Global joint integrity specialist and engineering services company Hydratight has been recognised as a key supplier by Bechtel, a major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company.
Hydratight was placed among the top 1% of all their suppliers by the global EPC giant with annual revenues exceeding $US 32 billion. Bechtel works with an estimated 13,000 vendors each year on their projects globally.
Hydratight was one of 47 critical vendors recognised for their performance during the 2011 year after being nominated by project management teams in the field. Each business was measured on criteria such as safety, execution, schedule and ability to adapt to circumstances.
Hydratight Business Development Manager, Mr Steve Earney says that the award is a reflection of the contribution made by all of their employees to support Bechtel on their critical projects.
The Commercial Leader of Hydratight in Australia, Mr Neil Ferguson said that the award endorsed the broad range of Hydratight services available in Australia and globally.
He explained that Bechtel employed Hydratight’s entire suite of services across its operations, including the latest in-place heat treatment services introduced to Australia to enhance the strength, safety and durability of welded structures essential to industries such as oil and gas, mining and energy, metals fabrication and infrastructure construction.
Developed in partnership with global leaders in these industries, the heat treatment services combine advanced portable heat treatment equipment and highly skilled field technicians to deliver accurate and affordable on-site resistance heat treatment and induction heat treatment services.