NES Global Talent and Fircroft join together to form NES Fircroft

Engineering and technical talent giants NES Global Talent and the Fircroft Group are joining forces to create a combined entity that will be known as NES Fircroft, the newly formed organisation announced today.

In a statement, NES Fircroft said: “Both brands have a long history of client service excellence and contractor care and will build on their combined heritage and experience to offer superior workforce solutions to their customers. Together, the company has operations in 45 countries offering clients a truly global solution for their engineering and technical resource requirements.”

NES has operated in the oil & gas, power, renewables, chemicals, life sciences and mining sectors. Fircroft has operated in the oil & gas, chemicals, ICT, energy, renewables, mining, automotive and construction sectors.

NES’s Tig Gilliam will lead NES Fircroft as CEO. Johnathan Johnson, Fircroft’s CEO, will join the NES Executive team as executive director alongside Simon Coton (COO) and Stephen Buckley (CFO). Johnson will also join with the current NES board members to make up the new NES Fircroft board.

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