Last week four of our colleagues celebrated long service awards working within the ICR Group.
ICR appreciates the invaluable contribution made by employees and would like to congratulate and thank Peter Ferries, Craig Webster, Alan Low and Andy Deans for their continued service and loyalty.
Peter Ferries, currently ICR’s Operations Manager in the Quickflange™ business unit was actually our first Quickflange™ Technician in the UK. Throughout his ten years with ICR, Peter has gained significant knowledge and experience of our weldless connection technology from both a technical and operational perspective.
Craig Webster first joined ICR on an ad-hoc basis during the Sullom Voe Terminal Jetty scope delivering Technowrap™ engineered composite repairs. Craig has continued the good work throughout his career with ICR and is now one of the team working in Iraq on a full time rotational basis.
Andy Deans is currently working as a Technowrap™ engineered composite repair Technician. During Andy’s 5 years with ICR, he has worked on numerous projects most recently the good work Andy has completed in the field has had a significant contribution to a new client becoming one of ICR’s Key Accounts in the UK.
Alan Low is a Lead Technician for the Integrity Monitoring business unit. Alan has been involved in a variety of key projects across the UKCS and has also been involved in some of ICR’s international scopes over the years including our first scope of work in Kazakhstan which he received excellent client feedback.
To mark these milestones, Peter, Craig and Alan were available to enjoy lunch with Managing Directors Ewan Robertson, Andreas Christophersen and Scott Roy as well as Group CEO Bill Bayliss to receive their Long Service Awards and gift vouchers.