Interventek secures contracts in excess of £ 10M

Interventek is celebrating continued success with the award of a multi-million-pound contract to supply three 7.375” 10,000psi in-riser landing string completion systems for an international OEM client. With this and other new business wins over the last twelve months valued in excess of GBP 10M, Interventek has relocated to larger facilities to better service the growing demand for its specialist Revolution valve technology.

Several significant contract awards have included the qualification and supply of a number of Revolution PowerPlus fail-safe shear-and-seal safety valves; a further two (six already delivered) 6.375” 15,000psi Revolution valves to PRT Offshore in the US, to support well completion and intervention operations in the Gulf of Mexico; and three 6.375” 15,000psi open water Revolution valves to Trendsetter Engineering in the US, that will form a critical part of their new Lightweight Intervention System

Less than a year ago, Interventek announced its first phase of business expansion, adding office space, in-house testing facilities, and new staff, but recent success has demanded a relocation to larger, modern premises at ABZ Business Park in Aberdeen, providing circa 20,000 square foot of office and workshop space, plus additional yard space, effectively tripling their footprint and dramatically increasing capacity.

The young, technology-driven business was established by technical entrepreneurs, Gavin Cowie and John Sangster, during the downturn of 2014, after seeing a gap in the market to supply an innovative subsea safety valve solution which would address critical industry requirements.

More recently, and with industry backing, Interventek has diversified its product range with the addition of a unique, compact control system and a full subsea in-riser landing string completion and intervention system resulting in this most recent supply contract.

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