Costain Success At Offshore Achievement Awards
29 March 2016
Hayleigh Pearson, an employee of Costain - one of the UK's leading engineering solution providers - has been announced as the winner of the Young Professional category at the 2016 Offshore Achievement Awards.
The Young Professional Award recognises the professional capability and the wider contribution made to the offshore industry by a man or woman aged 35 or under. Hayleigh was acknowledged by the judges for her outstanding progression from a graduate engineer to an integral part of Costain’s Upstream division.
The event, organised by The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen section, took place recently at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, saw more than 500 energy industry professionals in attendance to celebrate industry successes of the past year.
Of her win, Hayleigh said: “Winning this award is a real honour. It’s a huge achievement to be recognised at such a prestigious event with so many industry peers in attendance, and I’m proud to represent Costain. The support I have received has undoubtedly allowed both my technical skills and confidence to blossom, which is incredibly important for young professionals, in any industry.”
Frazer Mackay, Costain’s Sector Director for Oil and Gas, said: “We’re incredibly proud that Hayleigh has been recognised for her achievements – of which we’re positive there is far more to come. We believe that she’s a great role model for young graduates looking to enter the industry.”
Costain is recognised as one of the UK's leading engineering solution providers. Its capabilities extend across design and consultancy, project management, delivery and operations and maintenance in the energy sector. The company's philosophy is to provide innovative and commercially attractive solutions to many of the challenges faced across a range of sectors.
Its technical reputation is founded on 150 years of experience in the building, civil engineering and specialist process contracting industries.
Costain Communications Department