For more than 35 years, Aerotek® Inc. has distinguished itself as a leader in recruiting and staffing services by having a deep understanding of the intersection of talent and business. As a strategic partner to more than 18,000 clients and 300,000 contract employees every year, Aerotek’s people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for its clients and rewarding careers for its contract employees. Headquartered in Hanover, Md., Aerotek operates a network of over 250 non-franchised offices with more than 9,000 internal employees dedicated to serving our customers. Aerotek is part of the Allegis Group family of companies.
Alpine can support offshore wind developers in the construction and post construction phases by providing a wide range of monitoring and positioning services drawing from over 60 years experience supporting offshore construction projects for oil and gas, cable and civil engineering projects.
Alpine provides a full range of inshore, nearshore and offshore geophysical, hydrographic, geotechnical, environmental and oceanographic data collection services as well as a variety of offshore construction positioning services.
This business training is intended to help secondary and tertiary suppliers enter into the offshore wind industry. For those of you who Tier 1 suppliers it will help prepare more local businesses so that you have wider pool to work with. It is culmination of over 800 hours of research, interviews, writing and designing.
Business Network for OSW follows U.S. OSW Market Developments 24/7/365; therefore, the Network can track and provide real time updates on US OSW developments. A web-based database that organizes and displays project information in a user-friendly, easy to read format.
This organization was designed with one purpose: to help build the US Offshore wind market and its supply chain through connections. Without a solid U.S.-based supply chain, state and federal policies will falter and offshore wind will lose momentum and trail behind other forms of clean energy generation. Join as a member today!
WHAT'S THE SUPPLY CHAIN REGISTRY? And why should I register? Engineering. Construction. Manufacturing. Offshore wind is the work of many. The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a nonprofit organization connecting industry to opportunity. Over 350 businesses strong – working together to learn, connect, and participate in the new global market. The Business Network for Offshore Wind's offshore wind supply chain registry allows companies to publicly indicate their interest and ability to supply components and services for US offshore wind projects. It also serves as a valuable resource for companies looking to buy from and partner with other offshore wind firms. It helps to be prepared. Get information on what questions you'll be asked and what documentation to gather.
We deliver geological, geospatial, geophysical and geotechnical engineering solutions for a wide range of offshore and near shore industries, including wind, marine energy, ports; and subsea cables. We work on projects at all stages, from feasibility studies through to decommissioning, offering innovative, cost-effective solutions to clients all over the world.
Investment Opportunity GTA’s mission is to expand the current business model of offshore wind energy by adding renewable hydrogen production as a value-added product. We design, build and test scalable prototype electrolyzers for production of renewable hydrogen wherein the electrolyzers are anchored at the sea floor beneath gigawatt fields of dedicated wind turbines that provide the electric power for the electrolyzers. Our proprietary IP is at Technology Readiness Level 5. We seek a developer that will advance the technology to commercialization.
GZA is a proud leader in geotechnical services for offshore wind developments and land-based infrastructure. GZA provided geotechnical services on four proposed wind farms, including Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind farm in the United States, and we have completed over 2400 MW and over solar projects.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy, in cooperation with Relyon Nutec, is pleased to offer the globally recognized GWO Basic Safety Training at its Buzzards Bay campus. This is the first facility in the nation to offer all five modules of GWO Basic Safety Training for Offshore Wind.
The New Jersey Wind Port is a 200+ acre transformative, hub-style marshalling and manufacturing port project that will serve offshore wind projects in New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic. The port will be the first purpose-built, greenfield port for offshore wind on the East Coast, with no vertical restrictions and easy access to more than 50 percent of the available US offshore wind lease areas.
Since 2011, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Wind Energy Technologies Office (WETO) has allocated more than $200 million for development of strategies and technologies to capture wind for national energy use. Key in this effort is the expertise of wind researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), which manages the development and deployment of capabilities and technologies that are helping WETO glean offshore wind for energy purposes.