Wood Group Mustang launches in CanadaStaff writer ▼ | Wednesday September 25, 2013 9:22AM ET
Wood Group Mustang announced that three Alberta-based Wood Group companies - IMV Projects, Wood Group PSN Western Canada and Mustang Canada – are merging to create Wood Group Mustang's new presence in Canada.
Wood Group Mustang now offers expanded and enhanced engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services to the Canadian and broader North American energy services markets. The company's Canadian operations are a central part of a team of 8,000 professionals worldwide who provide EPCM services across the total lifecycle of projects.
This important milestone for the business in Canada enhances our capabilities by offering customers expanded services from a Canadian office, including access to cost-effective workshare centres and the talents of highly-specialized resources.
"We are pleased to be launching Wood Group Mustang in Canada. Wood Group Mustang has been a world-class provider of EPCM services to the global energy market for over 25 years. We believe that the continued growth of our business in Canada requires the efficiency of local project delivery, supported by the reach of a global network.
"Most importantly, in our ongoing commitment to improving customer service, diversified services can now be offered from our Canadian office, including award-winning expertise in pipelines, automation, upstream/downstream facilities and shale developments. We also aim to leverage expertise in shale delivery in the U.S. and offer these services to our Canadian clients, including cross-border solutions," says Kevin O'Brien, regional director Canada, Wood Group Mustang and formerly president, IMV Projects.
"Wood Group Mustang in Canada is a 1,000-person strong organization, and this is a very proud day for everyone. Our commitment to our people and our reputation as a top workplace will continue to be a strong differentiator. The Wood Group Mustang team is a well-positioned supplier to the rapidly-evolving North American energy services market," adds Steve Knowles, president, Wood Group Mustang. ■
MOST READ FROM THIS SECTION
- • Smyth County Machine to invest, employ in Smyth County, Va.
- • Senvion signs contract for largest rotor turbine in Italy
- • University of Oxford says no to more Huawei funding
- • Judge about California wildfires: PG&E’s power lines 'are almost always uninsulated'
- • Unilever to acquire TAZO Brand from Starbucks for $384 million
More inside POST
I'm pregnant. When to tell my boss? Leadership