PFPS is pleased to announce David Stowers as an Associate Consultant, David is a corrosion protection specialist with over 30 years’ experience of protective coatings, passive fire protection and thermal insulation application, inspection and specification. His experience has been largely gained in the oil and gas industry (both offshore and onshore) and more recently in offshore wind and FPSO new-build projects. He has worked with leading protective coating contractors (from hands-on application, supervision and inspection to more managerial roles), international coating manufacturers, world-class project client teams and EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) contractors.
He is a Certified NACE Level 3 coating inspector and qualified instructor of the NACE Coatings Inspector Programme. David holds both a BA(Hons) degree and a BEng (Hons) degree and has studied corrosion engineering at post-graduate level and has extensive experience in the development and delivery of quality training programs.
David’s knowledge and experience brings an extra dimension to PFPS capabilities and we are very pleased to welcome him to our team.
The Coronavirus outbreak has changed how we all live and work, and this is no different for PFP Specialists. However, we remain operational and continue to work on a remote basis to offer assistance and support to our customers whenever you need us.
We understand that this is a difficult time for many people, not only for our customers, and we wish everyone well while we all adjust to new arrangements and working practices.
PFP Specialists is delighted to welcome two further associate consultants to the team: Dr. Andrew Taylor and John Telfer.
Dr. Andrew Taylor
Dr. Taylor is a recognised technical leader in passive fire protection, with decades of experience in intumescent coatings and other forms of passive fire protection. He is highly active in numerous trade associations and standards committees.
John Telfer is assisting our Quantifire development team with his decades of experience of estimation and product certification, working on maintenance of the publicly available product data and supporting quality control.
PFP Specialists’ engineers use the oil and gas industry recognised USFOS and FAHTS to undertake finite element analysis of steel structures subject to fire. Contact us to discuss aspects of PFP rationalisation and robust design.
Passive Fire protection Specialists Ltd were recently
awarded a contract by PFPNet (the Passive Fire Protection Network industry group) to develop a training course targeted at inspectors and engineers Read more
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