Traprain Network boosts presence on world wide web

February 16 2007

Specialist international energy and construction consultancy, Traprain Consultants, has moved to step up its presence in the market with the launch of a new web site, launched to mark the company’s move to a new office location.

The new site, http://www.traprain.com, has been designed to give visitors an expanded view of the range of services available through Traprain, which offers director-level support across an array of commercial and legal services, as well as specialist training.

Peter Foreman, Chief Executive of Traprain Consultants, commented:

“Traprain has been growing steadily since it was established eight years ago, and we now have around 15 specialist consultants available to the team, all used to working at the highest level and enabling Traprain to offer a comprehensive service. The time was right to re-launch our web site in a more professional and expansive format as we re-locate the organisation to newly refurbished offices in East Lothian.

“Traprain works for a range of multi-national companies including world class construction and engineering companies such as Aker Kvaerner, Kellogg Brown & Root and Wood Group, all of which need the very highest standard of service. I’m pleased that our consultancy has retained these clients year after year and continues to meet their needs for a responsive and cost-effective service. We also provide services for small and medium sized businesses, including Norwegian consultancy Revita and their British subsidiaries; specialist glazing company Deepdale Solutions; Premier Travel; Hartley Marketing; and Edinburgh Marathon.”

Traprain’s recent work includes: training in Moscow for Russian oil company Lukoil; negotiations around a major gas plant project in Iran; advice to the Edinburgh Marathon on funding and regulatory issues; advice to a major hedge fund on Russian offshore activity; support to Aberdeen-based Nexus on establishing a branch in Kazakhstan; advice on a dispute relating to steel erection in the UK.