Texo Group plans to capitalise on recent growth with the promotion of one of its high-achieving business leaders.
Steve Moir has been promoted to the role of Operations Director of Texo Integrity, Texo Group’s one-stop-shop for inspection and energy asset management.
Steve recently re-joined Texo to be Head of Operations, Oil and Gas for Texo DSI’s business in Scotland. He brings with him over 25 years of experience in business leadership and inspection engineering in the North Sea and other international energy basins.
Chris Smith, Managing Director of Texo Group said: “Steve has been instrumental in the integration of our aerial survey and inspection business across all Texo divisions. As Operations Director for Texo Integrity, Steve is in ideal situation to continue leading the growth of the business. Texo Integrity is core to the Texo Group’s ambition to deliver an unrivalled service to its customers, offering a suite of data-led, integrated asset management services that save time and drive efficiency.”
Steve added: “I am passionate about reducing or eliminating the time personnel spend in difficult, unpleasant or risky environments which is why I am excited about developing the prospects for Texo Integrity. We offer clients consistent and reliable compliance and reporting tools through innovative robotic and digital 3D visualisation technologies. This is delivered alongside multi-disciplinary teams offering traditional asset inspection, repair and maintenance skills which get the job done. Leading the adoption of technology which increases safety and saves time and money is truly my ideal role.”
Steve Moir biography:
Steve is an acknowledged industry leader with over 25 years’ experience spearheading the introduction of new technologies to the petrochemical and marine industries. He offers a demonstrable track record of leading multi-disciplined teams of engineers and technicians in complex engineering environments, with a dedication to the safety of people and the environment.
With expertise in the delivery of risk-based assessment and inspection planning, Steve has developed a range of testing regimes necessary to create the technical tools and competency requirements to deliver credible, reliable, and consistent technologies and products to the marketplace.
About Texo Group
Texo Group (texo.co.uk) with sister company Texo DSI, offers a multi-disciplined integrated asset management service to a range of industrial sectors. The group has integrated a series of recent acquisitions, bringing in leadership with decades of experience to form its core divisions, including: Accommodation, Engineering, Fabrication, Integrity and Resources. Together these form a data-led, integrated asset management service that save time, drive efficiency, and surpass expectations.