First Subsea is to expand its north-east operations after securing a number of major offshore wind contracts.
The final floating turbine is now in place at the Kincardine Wind Farm off the Aberdeen coast.
A boss at First Tech said the Aberdeen-headquartered energy service group had “a lot to look forward to” in the coming years as its growth and diversification continue.
A group of energy service firms owned by north-east tycoon Ian Suttie has brought a sense of “excitement” into 2020 after clinching deals worth around £20 million in the last six months.
The Kincardine Offshore Floating Wind Farm project will use First Subsea to undertake platform mooring connection work, off the coast of Aberdeen.
A subsea company owned by North Sea entrepreneur Ian Suttie has won its first major UK renewables contract.
First Subsea has won a contract from Shell to supply mooring line connectors for its Appomattox development.