InterMoor UK is strengthening its Engineering team and capabilities by adding two key engineers to their team.
The Aberdeen-based company has appointed Nick Callaghan as Senior Structural Engineer with responsibility for development and delivery of structural engineering within the Aberdeen team and Cristian Maxim as Senior Naval Architect with responsibility for providing engineering consultancy in the areas of naval architecture and structural engineering.
Prior to joining InterMoor, Nick worked in structural and project based roles at several companies, including BP, Woodgroup Kenny and Saipem. Notable is his five years as Lead Project Engineer for BP on the Quad204 project, executing the installation of the Glen Lyon FPSO in the West of Shetland sector of the North Sea.
Nick received his BEng (Hons) in Aerospace Engineering from University of Manchester in 2005 and has undertaken Post-Graduate Studies at both Newcastle and Aberdeen Universities.
In addition, he is a chartered member of Mechanical Engineers and a member of the SUT in Aberdeen.
Nick’s wide range of experience will help the Aberdeen Engineering department to enhance its structural engineering and product development capability, provide technical and practical guidance to the offshore projects team, and offer improved engineering support to InterMoor Marine Warranty Services.
Prior to joining InterMoor, Cristian worked as a Consultant Naval Architect/ Structural Engineer at several companies, including WoodGroup Kenny, GL Noble Denton, BAE Systems. Notable is his four years as Consultant Engineer for WoodGroup Kenny, being responsible for a range of projects for both the oil and gas and renewable industries.
Cristian received a Masters Degree in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from Lower Danube University in Galati, Romania from 2000 until 2005.
In addition, he serves as an Professional Review Interviewer for RINA, and is a member of the Engineering Council and Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
Cristian’s wealth of experience will be hugely beneficial to the company in improving the capability of the engineering department by way of his advanced technical and analyses skills ranging across moorings, naval architecture, hydrodynamics and structural engineering.