Published 24 Sep 2013

As part of its investment planning for future, significant growth, AquaTerra Group has strengthened its management team with a new appointment.

Multi Disciplined Industrial Services specialist, Brian Bendel, takes on the new role of Director adding further strength to an already established and valued management team. Working closely with Peter Robinson, AquaTerra’s Managing Director, Brian will oversee the development of new business into key UK and international markets and forging strategic alliances with innovative partners. Brian will also assume the role of Technical Authority for protective coatings activities, in support of new and existing operations.

Brian brings to AquaTerra a wealth of knowledge and experience, following a lengthy career with several oil and gas fabric maintenance service providers at senior management and Director level, including ten years as Cape’s site Manager on St Fergus Gas Plant and MOssmorran NGL plants, before moving to Hertel as Director in 2011.

AquaTerra is a leading international provider of specialist access services for difficult access operations and potentially hazardous environment, in addition to its specialist training and work and rescue equipment divisions. Brian’s expertise and experience will help shape the company’s business aims going forward and further strengthen their robust management systems, improving standards and ensuring a quality service offering across its international operations.

Commenting on Brian’s appointment, Peter Robinson, AquaTerra’s Managing Director said: ‘AquaTerra has experienced significant growth since we began operating in 2004; our success is built around our commitment to safety, quality and service delivery. We are committed to a strategy of further growth, in the UK and internationally, and to supporting our clients with new services and innovative solutions. It is in all these respects that Brian will make a positive contribution to our team and business aims, and we’re delighted to be welcoming him aboard.’