Oceaneering has announced plans to consolidate its seven Aberdeen offices into a new location.
The firm will move all of its office-based staff to a new site at Aberdeen International Business Park in Dyce, which can accommodate more than 300 employees.
Oceaneering said the move, slated for early 2020, underpins its “direct commitment” to the North Sea and will support growth in the UK, Europe, Africa and Middle East.
Meanwhile, the subsea engineering firm is constructing a new 88,000 square foot workshop and a 95,000 square foot yard at the nearby D2 Business Park.
Construction of the workshop is scheduled to be completed in mid-2020 with all activities being conducted from there by the end of next year.
UK country manager Steven Cowie said: “Combining our offices and creating a centralised workshop space will improve cost efficiencies, reduce overall carbon footprint, and provide our customers with the most advanced and economical solutions.
“The new set-up will bring employees together and enable teams to collaborate more effectively, improve communication, and augment knowledge sharing and best practice within our business.
“The development directly reflects Oceaneering’s commitment to the region and our customers. There is no doubt that this move will both energise and optimise our operations moving forward.”