UK-based SeaRoc Group has announced the expansion of its team with a number of new hires throughout the second quarter of 2017.
SeaRoc Group has taken on additional software developers to support the development roadmap for its marine management system, SeaPlanner.
These hires boost the development team to ten people and the additional resource will support the timely delivery of significant product development, the company said.
In addition, SeaRoc Group has grown its client support team in response to the increase in the number of projects that the SeaPlanner system supports onshore and offshore. A team of three is now responsible for supporting users of SeaPlanner to deliver appropriate training, gain client feedback and ensure clients maximise the benefits of the system on their projects.
As part of its strategy to support effective cost-reduction and optimisation during O&M phases of offshore wind farms, the company has invested in expanding its specialist GIS Asset Management service department. An additional GIS Analyst has joined the team to help support clients in data management and analysis services including seabed monitoring and prediction – all critical services that allow issues to be identified before they pose a substantial financial risk to the project.
Steve Pears, SeaRoc Group’s Managing Director, said: “The skills and experience that we have added to our team will be hugely valuable to our end clients and we see these hires as a sign of our commitment to the renewables industry. The boost to our workforce will allow us to leverage our abilities to provide the best possible solutions to our clients, now and in the future.”