PIC group obtains support services for several renewable energy projects
ATLANTA – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – PIC Group, a global provider of electricity and energy services with experience in renewable energy, has been awarded the contract to recruit support services for several renewable energy projects by a supplier leader in clean renewable energy in the United States, with one of the largest renewable asset bases of any business in the world. The PIC Group will provide a range of highly trained project personnel to complement the construction and engineering organization for no less than 20 solar and wind power generation projects in more than 10 states through 2024.
PIC Group’s global staffing and recruiting services ensure a rapid response by precisely matching specific technical skills with highly trained staff who can adapt to keep pace and respond quickly to any client’s needs as they arise. renewable energy projects, while eliminating the costs of scale-up or through transition periods.
“PIC Group is looking for ways to create added value beyond providing experienced and qualified personnel,” said Frank Avery, President and CEO of PIC Group. “We believe that PIC Group should use our expertise in forming the best performing project teams to ensure a level of quality and productivity that exceeds project expectations and enables our clients to achieve their goals and objectives over many projects.
About the PIC group
Founded in 1988, PIC Group, Inc. is dedicated to delivering value by providing global energy services to facilities on four continents – North America, South America, Asia and Africa. PIC provides operations and maintenance (care, conservation and control), commissioning and start-up, documentation and training and staffing services and serves the power generation, petroleum and petroleum industries. and gas, petrochemicals, pulp and paper, and manufacturing.
PIC Group, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marubeni Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 company. Marubeni is a major Japanese sogo shosha (international trading company) and the third largest independent power producer (IPP) in the world.
Marubeni Corporation and its consolidated subsidiaries use their extensive trade networks, both in Japan and abroad, to carry out imports and exports (including trade with third countries), as well as domestic activities, encompassing a wide range of activities, including consumer products, food, agriculture, chemicals, energy and metals, and energy machinery and business infrastructure.