The high quality and schedule expectations on this project are nothing new to Servelec Controls, a company that develops and integrates mission-critical systems for national infrastructure whilst minimising risk in hazardous and volatile industries, and which prides itself on its flexibility and capacity to meet client demands.
Chris Stones, Sales Director for Servelec Controls explained: “Whilst the pace of the development was ambitious, Servelec Controls has the capability to match the tight timescales and the commitment to deliver, as we have done consistently over our longstanding relationship with Apache.
"Our experienced engineers are intimately knowledgeable with a wide range of control and safety systems and we were able to commit the necessary resource to deliver this Fire & Gas System expansion within Apache’s tight timescales and to the high standards they expected.”
As a long-standing supplier, Servelec Controls has built a strong relationship with Apache over the last 15 years, completing numerous projects and providing resilience through a support contract covering many of Apache’s UK assets. This gave Apache the confidence to rely upon Servelec to help deliver the Garten project.
Kevin Duncan, Facilities Projects Manager at Apache North Sea commented: “Servelec Controls has consistently delivered quality solutions within agreed timescales and project plans. The Garten development is set to deliver significant production without the long cycle time of large scale projects, and we trust Servelec’s ability to match Apache’s innovation and ambition."