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Posted on May 22nd, 2012

PROjEN Enjoys International Success after Securing Contracts

PROjEN Ltd, the Cheshire-based specialist engineering project management consultancy is celebrating after 18 months of expansion which has seen it successfully support a wide range of high-profile companies across the world.

The company, which has headquarters in Preston Brook, was established in 1978 and has developed a strong reputation as one of the country’s leading independent providers of engineering project management and managing contractor services. Its current clients include GlaxoSmithKline, Akzo Nobel, Cabot, McCains and Smith & Nephew.

News of PROjEN’s success is now reaching an international audience and over the last 18 months, the company has been sought out by a variety of overseas clients keen to benefit from PROjEN’s professional project management skills which are specifically tailored, results focused and consistently effective.

PROjEN teams have recently been involved in projects in Italy, Holland, Nigeria, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Liberia in West Africa. The markets associated with these territories are diverse and have ranged from flour milling, new anaerobic digestion facilities and the factory expansion of a major drinks facility.

PROjEN’s UK projects range from building a new £100 million manufacturing facility in the north east, through to the £5 million replacement of existing ozone depleting chillers with more efficient equipment and compliant refrigerant in the south. The company offers many market leading services such as DSEAR/ATEX and Functional Safety advice and it was the first to build a new fuel storage facility to comply with the recommendations put in place following the Buncefield oil depot incident in 2005. In addition to a blue chip client list with over 90 per cent retention rates, the company also boasts third party accreditations from significant organisations such as the European Construction Institute and from 11 successive RoSPA Gold Awards for their Health and Safety performance at client sites.

PROjEN Managing Director, Martin Seabrook, said: “Our growth in the UK has meant that we have never needed to target overseas projects and the work we have won has been on a pull-through basis from our existing UK clients.

“This continues to be the case, but we are now being asked by UK partners such as Motherwell Bridge and Clancy Consulting to provide our services to their clients. This new and exciting element to our business not only widens our expertise and knowledge but also increases our attraction to both clients who have overseas facilities and to our personnel who can widen their own professional experience. We look forward to working more overseas whilst still expanding our UK operations.”

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