Engineering design consultancy, Sea & Land Project Engineering, has changed its name to SLPE and launched its new brand identity.
The rebranding is intended to modernise SLPE’s image and reflect its new outlook on the future, with a refined focus on the renewable energy market.
SLPE’s reputation as a top-tier design house dates back to 1986, when it first started delivering a range of topsides and foundation structures for the global oil and gas industry. Since 2010, it has emerged as a leading design consultancy and project partner in the offshore renewables industry and has now successfully designed monopiles and jackets for substations and wind turbine foundations for more than 30 offshore wind farms worldwide.
Joe Hilton, Director of SLPE said: “We are delighted with how things have progressed over the last few years and looking forward, with our focus now heavily on supporting green energy projects, believe this is the right time, with our staff, clients and stakeholders in mind, to breathe a new lease of life into SLPE with this rebrand.
“This is an exciting moment for us that reflects our recent growth as a business and our ambition to expand further into new geographic markets. We anticipate that further growth will happen quickly, which we are ready to facilitate”.
SLPE’s rebrand includes a new business name, website, social media profiles and covers all aspects of SLPE’s identity.
Luke Jacques, Principal Engineer & Bid Manager at SLPE added: “We now have a new, more distinct identity and our outlook for the future is clear. Our focus is on creating value for our clients in the renewables sector, cultivating exceptional talent, and we have the passionate and forward-thinking team needed to help us realise our goals for 2021 and beyond”.