Oceaneering has moved more than 300 workers in Aberdeen into new offices in a bid to consolidate its presence in the city.
The firm announced in August its intention to move its entire workforce in the region, spread across seven offices, into a single location.
Workers moved into the new site at Aberdeen International Business Park in Dyce yesterday.
Oceaneering said the move would underpin its “direct commitment” to the North Sea and support further growth in the UK, Middle East and Africa.
Meanwhile the subsea engineering company also intends to construct a new workshop and construction yard at the nearby D2 Business Park later this year,
Oceaneering’s UK country manager Steven Cowie said combining the offices will improve costs, reduce carbon footprint and “energise and optimise our operations moving forward”.