Interview Martin Massimino

Profession: Jacking Engineer

Name: Martin Massimino

The story of Martin

When did you start?

Since the beginning of 2006, I became active in the Offshore Industry. During these years I learned a lot from the industry itself, from the companies I worked with, and how to improve myself every time.


When did you get in touch with iPS?

Since 2015 I started to work on different projects via iPS Powerful People as a hardworking and enthusiastic Jacking Engineer. The most challenging project was the Bligh Bank Phase II Project at the Belgium/Dutch North Sea. Another challenging project I also participated in was the ViV Tests, Vortex-Induced Vibrations test procedures at Raz Blanchard, Alderney Race. When I think about A project that gave me a lot of energy it was the Borkum Riffgrund II.


The support you get from a company is really important for me. iPS knows how to give the right support and they listen to what I have to say. Therefore I am fortunate about this collaboration with them on different projects through the years.

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Martin Massimino

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