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Design and construction of Baker Hughes GE’s Centre of Excellence, Aberdeen

Event organised by ICE

Date
21 March 2022
Time
18:00 - 19:30 GMT
Location
FN1, Fraser Noble Building
University of Aberdeen
Elphinstone Road
Aberdeen, AB24 3UE
United Kingdom

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Overview

Energy services giant Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) opened its £31 million centre of excellence in Montrose in June 2019.

The base delivers engineering, manufacturing, testing, assembly and services for deepwater technology and was designed by Ramsay Chalmers. The construction of the facility included several challenges which were overcome by the application of both traditional and modern engineering techniques.

The presentation, by Andrew Ramsay, Director of Ramsay & Chalmers Civil and Structural Engineers, will follow the evolution of the project from the initial concepts, though the design and finally on to the construction of the facility on site.


This event will be hosted by the Aberdeen Association of Civil Engineers at the University of Aberdeen.

For more information please contact:

Lynn Dow