Early June, our leadership team attended the annual BP GoM Supplier Summit where this year’s theme focused on “Delivering Long Term Success in a Changing World.” President Mark Pregeant II took a dive into lessons learned from the past, and how we are ensuring that newer generations do not forget these lessons. It is a huge honor to be approached by our client to assist in this event to present on a topic that focuses on the forward vision within our industry.
“Your presentation was excellent and it really resonated with the audience. Speaking to many of the attendees and from my own perspective, it was the highlight of the event. I really appreciate you sharing such a personal and powerful story and I think the attendees will go back to their workplaces thinking differently about Safety.”
Jack Cameron | BP Maintenance & Engineering Manager, GoM
At the event, GIS was also awarded BP’s Respect Award for recognizing their values and caring about the relationships for those whom we work with. The client mentioned just one example related to an emerging situation response where GIS reacted immediately and our team coordinated efforts with the client timely and professionally.
GIS had been called upon by BP for an emergency issue on their Mad Dog location back on September 6, 2018. Working hand-in-hand with BP representative Christie Arseneau, David Vega, Josh Son, and Doug Bradberry formed a team along with our GIS Environmental Division (Fred Parker, Antonio Richard, Justin Monley, Hewitt Mitchell, and Latronce Scott) at C-Port 1 in Port Fourchon. Our team safely and successfully decontaminated approximately 85 people and their items, ensuring all of them were able to get back to work in a safe and timely manner.
In addition, there are so many other uncountable stories across all of our touch points with BP from Project Management and MODS to Fabrication and Materials Management to Offshore and Rope Access crews along with support services including Scaffolding, Transportation Medium, and Mack Steel—all working together as One Team to deliver world-class service to BP.
“It was a great honor for our teams to be recognized with the Respect award by BP. This highlights the appreciation that BP has for our core teams and their continued pledge to drive deeper relationships. Our teams have been delivering exceptional services and solutions daily both in the field and the office. Our relationship with BP is approaching nearly 20 years, and you can see that through the remarkable efforts of people this relationship is stronger than ever. I really want to thank each of our employees past and present that had a hand in allowing our company to receive this honor.”
Mark Pregeant II | President, Grand Isle Shipyard, LLC
What a tremendous achievement and we are proud of everyone on their involvement from this recognition!
Pictured L to R: Joe Cunningham (BP), Mark Pregeant II (President), Jennifer Schwertz-Ohrin (VP of Project Management)