EnerMech Reports a Strong First Quarter

EnerMech, global integrated solutions specialist, has reported a strong first quarter for 2021 after securing contracts totaling £170 million. The four-month period has seen the business delivering strategically, resulting in new awards with new clients across new geographies; taking its core services into infrastructure, defence, marine, nuclear, mining and renewables as well as its existing markets.

The firm’s order book has been buoyed following the implementation of a resilient business strategy to counter the ongoing challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 has delivered many unprecedented and complex challenges that EnerMech has navigated well across all regions and business lines, keeping clients and colleagues safe whilst reshaping the business for growth.

Since January, EnerMech has secured a number of significant awards and contract extensions, including the recently announced five-year award with Chevron Australia to support its Western Australian oil and gas plant facilities. The other deals confirmed for this period include substantial downstream projects in Africa and the US, a second award for its unique patented catalyst handling technology and the delivery of off-site manufacturing works on the new, multi-billion EU microprocessor production facility being built for a North American world-leading semi-conductor company.

Earlier this year, its new training and competency solutions joint venture (JV) 3t EnerMech was launched with its partner 3t Energy Group and won its first two clients. The projects will support the upskilling of the industry’s workforce in Mozambique and Angola, where the JV has opened a new training centre. The collaboration combines the skills of EnerMech’s integrated solutions personnel with the traditional training methods and digital learning applications available through 3t Energy Group.

EnerMech CEO Christian Brown said: “Global economies are slowly reopening following a long year of the coronavirus pandemic brutally impacting on projects. During this time, we have achieved a number of proactive measures to help sharpen our focus, safeguard the business whilst prioritising our people’s health and well-being. We have a very loyal team who work incredibly hard to ensure our existing clients continue to experience uninterrupted, reliable, and safe operations across both CAPEX and OPEX phases. I am extremely thankful for all their hard work.

“We have made a good start to the year. Our focus on operational excellence and service innovation is continuing to deliver competitive advantage and drive growth. We have capitalised on a raft of new opportunities between January and April totalling £170 million which has not only allowed us to build backlog for growth in the second half of the year but to continue to shape a sustainable business for the future.”

EnerMech operates in 23 countries and employs 3,000 personnel globally. It provides specialist integrated mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and integrity services to the international energy and infrastructure sectors across the CAPEX and OPEX phases.