It’s celebration time at Steel River Consultants (SRC) as the ambitious Teesside firm achieves yet another year of sustained growth.
Founded by managing director Graham Tyerman in 2010, SRC will mark its 13th anniversary this summer.
And that special occasion in July comes just a matter of weeks after the firm’s sister company, Steel River Cost & Project Management (SRCPM), completed six hugely successful years in May.
The overall landscape of the North-East is in a state of constant evolution and the region is one of the biggest players in the offshore renewable energy sector, with large-scale developments and facilities to support the industry being built throughout the region.
As a progressive, cost-effective health and safety consultant, Stockton-based SRC has been on hand to play a key role in one of the region’s most exciting and important growth areas, as MD Graham Tyerman explains.
“What’s been crucial during this period has been to develop and support the growth within this industry and while we started as a two-person business in 2010, we are now one of the largest independent safety consultancies within the renewable sector.
“One of SRC’s strengths,” he adds, “has been the ability to support a client through every stage of the process on large-scale developments, which ensures a consistent approach to project HSE requirements and develops a positive safety culture for the duration of the project.
“With the client base SRC has established over the last 13 years, we want to introduce the added-value services that SRCPM can provide to these clients.
“Naturally, progressive firms like SRC and SRCPM are interesting and rewarding places to work and employees are thriving in such surroundings. We’re able to provide our employees with opportunities across a wide range of projects and sectors. This provides them with the experience and skill set to develop and prosper, and the business can benefit as well, which leads to further opportunities. We’re looking forward to the next anniversary. And the next. And the next…”