(PRWEB) July 23, 2015
HPI, an international provider of custom-engineered, rotating equipment solutions and services announced today that the Company’s United Kingdom operations have relocated to a new facility in the heart of Lincoln’s gas turbine district.
The facility, which was previously occupied by GE, is just over a mile away from the company’s former workshop and puts them in the company of neighboring entities, Siemens, EthosEnergy and Greenray Energy.
Located in Gallagher Enterprise Park, the new location will be home to the company’s regional maintenance, repair and overhaul efforts. In addition, the facility will serve as a remote condition support monitoring center for HPI engineers to provide around the clock equipment performance monitoring services to customers throughout the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. A designated training area is also in development to provide a flexible classroom environment to better provide comprehensive training and support services to the company’s growing Middle East and Africa customer base.
The building itself is comprised of four units, all enclosed within a secure perimeter fence with a spacious loading area. One unit will be utilized for the group’s office, training and remote monitoring operations, with the remaining units configured as open workshop areas.
“We are extremely lucky to have found a nearby facility that meets the needs of our growing business efforts and addresses many of the concerns we had regarding our previous location,” says HPI CEO, Hal Pontez.
“We’re very proud to now have a new location in Lincoln that will afford us adequate facilities for training and remote condition monitoring, in addition to the space needed to continue to provide the custom, quality services HPI is known for.”
Plans are already underway for a grand opening event at the facility to take place in the near future.
HPI is an international rotating equipment solutions company with worldwide resources and four core lines of business: Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), Operations & Maintenance (O&M), Cyber Security and Compliance and Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul and Controls.
The company’s services provide customers with custom-engineered solutions that reduce lifecycle costs of heavy and light industrial aeroderivative turbines used in oil and gas, power generation and marine applications.
For more information please visit http://www.hpi-llc.com