Arup Hires Larry Wise to Lead Energy and Maritime Assignments in Americas

Arup Hires Larry Wise to Lead Energy and Maritime Assignments in Americas

Arup, engineering and consulting firm, announced that Larry Wise has joined the company as an associate and maritime engineer in the firm’s Houston office.

In this role, he will be responsible for leading and executing energy and maritime assignments, supporting and servicing regional energy, oil and gas terminals, ports and marine terminals, urban waterfront restorations, and environmental restoration projects.

A seasoned coastal and marine engineer, Larry has worked on several notable projects recently including the Mozambique LNG Export Facility project, the Texas City Channel Deepening project, and the Alaska LNG Export Terminal.

“We are excited for Larry to take on the region’s large energy projects that will include offshore construction and design projects, maritime engineering projects, and energy, oil and gas terminals,” said Brian Raine, principal and global energy business leader in Arup’s Houston office. “Arup has a history of serving these industries with a great deal of expertise. Larry is highly qualified in these capacities, and will further strengthen Arup’s energy and maritime business in the Americas and throughout the world.”

Arup has been involved in numerous international offshore upstream oil and gas projects, including the White Rose Extension Project in Newfoundland & Labrador, and LNG projects throughout the Caribbean, Australia, America, Asia and Africa.

LNG World News Staff, December 16, 2013; Image: Arup

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