OWS has a new abode


Offshore Weather Services, business partners, academic community and clients celebrated the opening of the newly renovated OWS office in Melbourne on 3 May 2013. The office was under construction for nine months and now features a modern and environmentally friendly design.

Monash City Mayor Micaela Drieberg graced the occasion and cut the ribbon. Also attending were Vadim Anokhin from Woodside, Prof Alex Babanin from Swinburne University, Prof Kevin Welsh from University of Melbourne, representatives from Environmental Systems and Services, Mr Gary Flannigan, the Architect of the renovations: Richard Barrack and the builder Mr Andre Garnaut. Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, the Mayor and guests were given a tour of the new office.

“First of all a big THANK YOU to you all for attending this very special occasion. For those that have been with the Company from the beginning this is indeed a very welcome period in the history of Offshore  Weather Services.

I would like to extend a warm thank our wonderful culturally diverse and very talented staff that have put up with less than optimum working conditions for too long a time.

Last but certainly by no means least I would like to thank the Mayor of Monash City for gracing us today and making this indeed a very special occasion” said Mr Peter Wellby, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

The Melbourne office is the main operations centre of OWS with satellite offices and branches in Perth, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Manila.

Marine and Aviation Weather Forecasting Specialists.

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