TWMA’s move to new global HQ in Aberdeen to support growth plans and new technology roll outs

Source: press release, 4 February 2021

From left, Mark Walker, Chief Financial Officer, and Gareth Innes, Chief Engineering & Commercial Officer
From left, Mark Walker, Chief Financial Officer, and Gareth Innes, Chief Engineering & Commercial Officer (photo: TWMA)

Specialist drilling waste management company, TWMA, has secured new headquarters in Aberdeen to support business growth and deliver remote operations for its customers.

The company is relocating its global headquarters to the Aberdeen International Business Park (Building 3) in Dyce. The office space has been designed to bring greater flexibility with teams together in one open-plan space. TWMA has taken an 8,050 square foot floor area, with approximately 60 people moving to the new office.

The new premises will also include a ‘real-time centre’ which will live stream data from TWMA’s TCC RotoMill® projects around the world.

Gareth Innes, Chief Engineering & Commercial Officer at TWMA says, “This move underpins our growth plans and reflects our commitment to delivering quality solutions to our customers. The relocation creates a first-class collaborative working environment, which will help us to continue building our in-house capability to deliver new technology and improve our services.”

The company is leaving behind its previous headquarters at Broadfold House in Bridge of Don, where it had been based since 2010. As part of the move, TWMA donated a significant amount of its previous office equipment and furniture to local schools and charities.

Mark Walker, TWMA’s Chief Financial Officer adds, “This is an exciting time as we embark on a new chapter in Aberdeen. I am extremely proud of what the company has achieved, having secured a number of significant contract awards against a tough market backdrop, and the outlook for 2021 and beyond looks very positive for us.”

TWMA has more than 200 UK employees and has operated in Aberdeen since 2000. The company employs more than 500 specialists across bases in Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Middle East.