Furthermore Fugro will develop eight new 'work class' ROV systems in the next two years. These systems (fitted with remote controlled underwater cameras and manipulators) will be used for inspection and maintenance, drilling support, as well as construction support activities such as underwater pipe-laying. A number of these new ROVs are designed to operate in water depths up to 3,000 meters.
Fugro also announces that its US operating company Fugro West, based in Ventura, California, has acquired Espaņa Geotechnical Consulting (EGC), a 20-person firm based in the Sacramento Valley city of Roseville, California. EGC has been in business for 16 years, specializing in geotechnical, geological and earthquake engineering and construction material testing. EGC's annual turnover amounts to US $3 million.
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