Subsea 3d scanning specialists, Viewport3, have announced their move to new, larger premises in Dyce, following on from an exceptional year of growth which saw their turnover jump 34-fold in 2018.
Viewport3 will now be based at the Kirkhill Industrial Estate in Dyce. Their new facility provides double the amount of office space they had previously, as well as additional store space and a client meeting room.
Richard Drennan, one of the co-founders and directors of Viewport3, welcomed the move, saying: “We are very grateful to the Elevator Business Centre for the opportunities they have afforded us, and to all the friends we made during our time there. However, the time is now right for us to expand our physical space in line with the growth of our business. Last year we began growing our team to meet the demand for our services, and this additional office space will enable us to more than double our work-force going forward.
“Our location is equally ideal. As Dyce is situated at the heart of Europe’s oil and gas hub, we enjoy great transport links, making us accessible to all our customers, regardless of where they are based.”
Fellow Director, Chris Harvey, added: “2018 was a pivotal year for us. Following a breakthrough project in Q2 2018, we secured a raft of new contracts, which helped us to multiply our turnover 34-fold – far in excess of our projections. We are now eager to build on this success, and our new facility in Dyce affords us the opportunity to do just that.”
Viewport3 specialize in providing underwater 3D scanning and reverse engineering services - using ROV or diver mounted cameras to obtain technical grade point-cloud data for operators and marine contractors.
We enhance your understanding of what lies subsea by deploying advanced software, professional underwater photography skills and commonly used digital cameras to obtain pin point accurate data.