Concrete repair company eyes oil and gas sector

Boss Jason Dodson says this is a big part of its knowledge-base in USA

NEWS, Projects, Concrete, Structural

US-based specialist contractor Structural says it is keen to expand into the industrial and oil and gas sectors.

The firm, which has its Middle East head offices in Dubai, specialises in concrete strengthening and repairs solutions.

At the end of last year, its general manager was promoted to a new position in the company’s California office and a new general manager – Jason Dodson - was appointed in the Middle East. Part of his focus will be on winning work in new sectors such as industrial and oil and gas.

“This is a big part of Structural’s knowledge-base back in the US,” Dodson told CW this week. “Special industrial structures require special remedial treatment. My aim is to focus a lot more attention on this area of activity and bring the company’s skills into this very important sector.”

One of Structural's current concrete strengthening projects is on the expansion of Dubai Mall, already the world's largest mall in terms of overall area.

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