Stork picks new regional asset integrity head

  • Business & Finance

Stork, a subsidiary of Fluor, has appointed a new asset integrity director for the UK, Middle East, and Africa.

The company said last week that it appointed Donald Brown to the asset integrity director role.

Brown takes on the position with immediate effect and will be based in Aberdeen, UK, which is the operational center for the company’s UK, Middle East, and Africa region.

As asset integrity director, he will oversee a number of Stork’s key product lines and services, quality services including third-party inspection, heat treatment, monitoring solutions and cathodic protection, NDT, and integrity engineering.

The company added that Brown’s experience within the energy, maritime, and renewables industries spans over three decades. He holds a BEng in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, and also attended the IMD Business School in Switzerland undertaking a Management Development Program in Business Strategy.

Erik-Jan Bijvank, regional vice president for UK, Middle East, and Africa, said: “I am pleased to welcome Donald to Stork. His knowledge, skills, and expertise will be of great benefit in supporting the further development of our asset integrity services. The combination of Donald’s vast industry experience, including operators, service companies, and consultancies, will ensure we continue to provide our customers with unrivaled expertise in the asset integrity sector.”

Brown added: “I am delighted to be joining Stork, I look forward to working with the teams and building on the company’s already well-established reputation.”

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