• Centurion
  • 06/08/2019


ABERDEEN, UK, August 2019 – Centurion Group (“Centurion”), a global leader in the supply of critical services to the energy industries, is pleased to announce that its Accommodation & Modular Solutions (AMS) segment has secured an ongoing multimillion dollar contract with a new customer in Western Australia.

The new contract follows the successful completion of Centurion’s original mandate to design, deliver and service a complete range of solutions for the operation of a water treatment plant within a 750-person work camp. This project was delivered ahead of schedule. As part of the new contract, Centurion will be responsible for its ongoing servicing, training and maintenance.

Jonathan Blair, President Rest of World (Acting) & Vice President DCP, said:

“We are delighted to have delivered this contract ahead of schedule and established an ongoing relationship with our new client. Effective wastewater treatment is crucial to the health and safety of mine sites and we have the necessary specialist knowledge and experience to ensure that we deliver safe and healthy water to their 750-strong team. We look forward to working with our new client and building a relationship for the future.”

Fernando Assing, CEO of Centurion, commented:

“This contract is an example of the confidence continually placed in our AMS segment by its clients, and the quality of its reputation based on its considerable expertise and track record of delivering projects on time and on budget.”


About Centurion Group

Centurion is a global leader in the supply of critical services to the energy industries. It combines the scale and the breadth of offerings via its global segments: Accommodation & Modular Solutions (AMS); Drilling, Completions and Production (DCP) and Infrastructure (INF), with strong local presence in key energy markets like US, Canada, UK & Europe, Caspian, South East Asia and Australia, to deliver value to customers around the world.

For more information, please visit www.centuriongroup.co.uk

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