Throughout October and November, numerous projects are taking place across its global sites including, at its Aberdeen office, where staff are painting and garden clearing at a school for children with complex needs, tidying up the garden at a house for adults with learning disabilities and litter picking.
Further volunteering efforts are being carried out globally including charity food drives in Houston and Maine, a beach clean-up in Oslo, the creation of a community garden in Kuala Lumpur, and presenting to a technical college in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. Where restrictions allow, the community initiatives are being followed by various social events to celebrate the milestone since Vysus Group’s formation following the strategic carve-out of Lloyd’s Register’s energy division.
This comes off the back of a successful year where Vysus Group has experienced double-digit percentage margin improvement, further diversifying beyond oil and gas into power, renewables, and complex infrastructure, creating an exciting vision and culture fit for the future.
CEO of Vysus Group, David Clark, commented: “We are a global business but with a real sense of community within the network of offices in which we operate and we are delighted to be able to celebrate our one-year anniversary by giving something back.
“It has been a very challenging but rewarding year, and I am immensely proud of our team which has created our new systems and processes remotely during the pandemic in a very tight timescale. We are also very pleased to have been joined on this journey by our growing global client base. We are looking forward now to year two – to continuing to help our clients to navigate the complexities of the energy transition and to driving business growth in the next chapter of Vysus Group’s evolution.”