The team at AqualisBraemar LOC shares the passion, vision and values for working in energy and the world’s oceans, de-risking and driving the energy transition. We are driven by the idea that the best work is born from professionalism, diligence… and fun. You know AqualisBraemar LOC, but do you know our team?
Wei-Yang Tan, Civil Engineer | London
What do you do at AqualisBraemar LOC?
Based in London as a chartered civil engineer, experienced in the design and construction of ports and terminals, I provide consulting and engineering services to a range of our clients, including P&I clubs, ship owners, lawyers, insurance companies, port owners and operators and other members of the maritime engineering community, which is increasingly becoming renewables oriented.
In loss management, I am engaged on Fixed and Floating Object Damage (FFOD) investigations providing technical and financial advice following damage to maritime structures and mechanical handling equipment, and in loss prevention I have also provided support on marine warranty survey projects that involve landside logistics and infrastructure.
What excites you most about our industry?
With AqualisBraemar and LOC Group completing the company integration process and forming a leading global independent offshore energy and marine consultancy, I am excited at the prospect of playing a far greater role in contributing to the converging global information and energy transitions taking place. In bringing together a highly comprehensive pool of expertise, we can make an even more meaningful contribution to supporting the development of ever more efficient data driven global supply chains with cleaner and greener energy accountability worldwide.
What made you join AqualisBraemar LOC?
Prior to LOC and AqualisBraemar joining forces, I joined the LOC London shipping team in 2018 from a global engineering, management and development consultancy headquartered in the UK. In my previous roles the work was mainly focused on the delivery of the physical asset, from medium to complex heavy commercial and industrial infrastructure, including ports, harbours, bulk and shipping container terminals and airports. What appealed to me and remains so with AqualisBraemar LOC is the exchange, interaction and learning with a much more diverse range of participants, stakeholders and users involved in all manner of activities and operations beyond just the infrastructure itself.
What do you do when you are not working?
When I am not working, I try to catch up as much as I can with friends and family, although usually not as often as I would like especially with some being quite far away so these might have to be planned well in advance with a preference to find new experiences, travel and or explore places together if possible. I try to keep active and maintain a routine of mostly running with seasonal swimming and skiing or snowboarding, and perhaps the annual physical endurance challenge as opportunities arise. I also enjoy attending concerts, theatre, exhibitions and otherwise keep myself occupied with interests in nostalgia, reading and drawing when I find the time.