The integrated engineering, procurement and construction contractor also indicated that the acquisition followed the establishment of its engineering centre in Glasgow earlier this year.
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“Booth Welsh will become a centre for highly specialised electrical, instrumentation and automation design,” said Clough CEO and managing director, Kevin Gallagher.
“The company’s controls and asset management capability will enhance Clough’s operations and maintenance services, while their specialisation in control system design will assist the CloughCoens commissioning business in Korea with design, delivery and commissioning activities.”
Gallagher added that the circa nine million pounds acquisition brings complementary skills and significantly strengthens its service offering to clients.
Booth Welsh managing director, Martin Welsh, said, “As part of Clough, Booth Welsh will access larger scopes of work in our current market sectors, while expanding our oil and gas business globally.”
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“We will draw on Clough’s strong engineering and project management capabilities to provide a comprehensive suite of engineering and design services to our clients,” he added.
Booth Welsh specialises in the provision of electrical, instrumentation and automation design, process consultancy, project management, implementation and commissioning services.