ICR, global provider of integrated maintenance and integrity solutions to the Oil & Gas, Power, Chemical, Nuclear and Defence industries, has signed a 15-year lease for new headquarters at Unit H2, Claymore Avenue, Aberdeen Energy Park.
The new 16,000 sq ft (1,486 sq m) facility, owned by Moorfield Real Estate Fund III (MREFIII), includes 11,000 sq ft of warehouse space, 5,000 sq ft office accommodation, along with secure yardage and car parking.
ICR is an international group of companies (Walker Technical Resources Limited, North East Corrosion Engineers Limited (NECE), Chemical Injection Utilities Ltd. (CIU), Quickflange UK Limited and Mechanical Onsite Services Limited (MOSS)) which in June this year commenced changes to its legal structure and are now operating as one legal entity offering a range of integrated asset integrity services. Group headquarters have been based at The Hub, within the Aberdeen Energy Park since 2013 and as part of the group’s continued growth strategy, integration to one large UK base shows further commitment to the North East Oil & Gas supply chain and workforce.
Over the next couple of months, the company will relocate operations from six bases across Aberdeen, into the custom designed new facility on the Aberdeen Energy Park.
Bill Bayliss, Executive Chairman of ICR Integrity Ltd, said: “We were seeking to consolidate our operations into one location. The convenient location of the Energy Park, combined with the high-quality facilities and adjoining yard space attracted us to the new unit. The facility meets our business requirements in the Aberdeen area and will support us to fully integrate our service offering, leverage our market leading technical expertise as well as drive expansion.”
Speaking on behalf of the parks’ owner, Moorfield Real Estate Fund III, Mark Holmes from Moorfield Group said: “This deal is great news for the park and for the Aberdeen economy in general. Our confidence in the quality product offering at Aberdeen Energy Park has been rewarded with this letting. ICR is a high calibre occupier and we look forward to the business continuing to prosper and grow at the park.”
Paul Richardson of joint agent Ryden, who represented Moorfield Group, added: “The company was attracted by the new facility, which offers a quality base for this expanding business. The parks continue to meet occupier’s needs and we are pleased to note significant interest.”
The Aberdeen Energy Park is situated in the Bridge of Don area, approximately three miles north of Aberdeen City Centre, within walking distance of the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre. The parks are easily accessible from the City Centre and Aberdeen International Airport as well as from the A90 ring road to the trunk road network.
Existing occupiers include Global Ports Services, Ocean Installer, META Downhole, Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce, Elevator, Rubberatkins and Hydro Group, with GE Oil + Gas, Holiday Inn Express and the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre immediately adjacent to the Park.
Knight Frank and Ryden are joint agents at Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks. ICR Integrity was represented by FG Burnett.
ICR is committed to delivering smarter integrated solutions to support clients with maintenance and integrity related challenges from their new headquarters in Aberdeen. The company looks forward to providing a range of integrated solutions from under one roof including Weldless connections, Chemical Injection, Specialist Onsite Machining, Integrity Monitoring and Engineered Composite Repairs all of which support safe operations, production uptime and operational cost efficiency.