OTEAC provide support for our customers out with normal office hours. In the event of an emergency please use the following procedure:
Listen to the recorded message which will give options to direct you to the correct mobile telephone number based on the service you require.
Oteac, part of the Nucore Group, was delighted to welcome 16 pupils from local North East schools to their Bridge of Don, Aberdeen facilities on 26 September to take part in the Northsound 2018 Energy Schools Challenge.
The schools taking part in the evening’s heat included Harlaw Academy, Northfield Academy, Banchory Academy and Fraserburgh Academy. This year’s challenge comprises of eight rounds of questions, covering topics including the energy industry, entertainment, music and general knowledge. This prestigious tournament gives local young persons an opportunity to showcase their general knowledge and gain an insight into the energy sector.
On Wednesday evening the teams went head-to-head in the quiz-style challenge, with each team performing extremely well in answering some tough questions! A fun evening for the students, with Northsound 1 recording the quiz for broadcasting on Sunday evenings.
This is Oteac’s second year as a sponsor of the Northsound 1 Energy Schools Challenge. Graham Thomson, Chief Executive of Nucore Group said after the event: “Supporting young people is important to the Nucore Group, and we are pleased to be involved for a second year. The Energy Schools Challenge is a way for students to gain a deeper understanding about the Energy industry, and we hope that by taking part it will foster an interest in the sector which could be a future employer for them.”
Oteac installs and maintains fire alarms, public address system, CCTV and intruder systems for a prominent North East fish market.
Recently, our team put finishing touches on the refurbishment of a 4000-litre helideck foam skid. We replaced and refurbished a number of components during this intervention to bring the skid back to its original condition.
Our client wanted to extend the life-cycle of their platform's fire and gas system to ensure the system would be fit-for-purpose and reliable for another 20 years. So, our team engineered a fit-for-purpose solution.