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Interactive Oil Rigs for Edinburgh International Science Festival

Great to see the Interactive Oil Rigs that Pentland Precision created for Edinburgh International Science Festival in July 2014 in use as part of Generation Science. The Oil Rigs have travelled the country (and the world!) for a number of different tours and events aimed towards engaging and educating children with Science, Engineering, and Environmental Issues.

(L) Pentland Precision Staff with the Interactive Oil Rigs created in July 2014 - (R) Generation Science 2016

(L) Pentland Precision staff with the Interactive Oil Rigs created in July 2014 – (R) Generation Science 2016

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Pentland Precision attends SPE Offshore Europe

We are exhibiting at the ‘SPE Offshore Europe’ in Aberdeen. Come along for a chat and meet with our senior management team on our stand (5B 04) at the SPE Offshore Europe, 8-11 September 2015, in Aberdeen, UK.

Innovative Engineering Solution for Marine Anchoring Device

Pentland Precision are working with partners EMEC, Geoprobing and the University of Australia to develop an innovative anchoring device. Applications for the device are ideally suited to the Marine and Renewables industry as the anchoring system will reduce the impact on the marine.

Investing in Youth Employment and Training

Pentland Precision’s, Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) in association with Heriot Watt University has been approved. We will be delighted to welcome a University Graduate to Pentland Precision during August 2015.

KTP Innovate UK

In addition to this, Pentland Precision will be recruiting a further three Engineering Apprentices during 2015.

Pentland Precision Strengthens the Management Team

We are delighted to announce that Michael Morton has joined the expanding Management team at Pentland Precision. With the extensive industry experience and knowledge Michael will bring to the company we anticipate further growth opportunities during 2015 and beyond.

Pentland Precision Working with QED Naval on the Subhub Prototype

Pentland Precision worked closely with QED Naval on the fabrication of the new operational prototype which is due for testing this summer.

This will be the largest prototype built to date and will test the systems that allow the Subhub to ballast and de-ballast itself which improves the tidal turbine installation and retrieval process through reduced time and cost.

Pentland Precision's Project Team (L-R) Gordon Hardman, Grant Middleton and Chris Scott

Pentland Precision’s Project Team (L-R) Gordon Hardman, Grant Middleton and Chris Scott with the QED Naval Subhub Prototype.

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Is the future Nuclear?

The Pentland Precision team attended the recent Nuclear Supply Chain event held in Dunblane in June, 2015. With the prospect of real business opportunities for Scottish companies to meet the senior decision-makers within the Nuclear Industry. With our reputation and quality of work in fabrication we are hopeful our initial discussions will lead to new business opportunities within the Nuclear sector.

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