AgileTek is a leading provider of offshore and subsea analysis services for oil and gas and renewables projects. We help to de-risk offshore projects through advanced simulation and analysis by our experienced team of engineers, researchers and software developers.
Our mission is to deliver high-quality analysis services using the latest technology to drive down costs and delivery times. We aim to achieve this with our LEAD principle:
AgileTek’s founders have extensive business experience and technical knowledge of risers, umbilicals and power cables and our engineers are Masters and PhD level in subjects such as Mechanical Engineering and Ship Science.
All our engineers are trained in software development so that we can utilise state of the art technology to consistently deliver value to our customers.
Steve has an MEng in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Sheffield and is responsible for the day-to-day running of AgileTek. He also leads our software development projects including development of our cloud-computing cluster and analysis automation system.
Hugh Martindale PhD
Director of Engineering
Hugh is the technical lead at AgileTek and supports staff development and analytical modelling. He has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University College London; his thesis focused on flexible pipe end-fittings.
Senior FEA Engineer
Truan has an MSc from the University of Manchester in Mechanical Engineering Design and leads Abaqus FEA at AgileTek. Since joining the company, he has developed automation software to streamline the local analysis workflow, delivering excellent value to our customers.
Lead Subsea Analyst
Richard holds a Masters degree in Ship Science from the University of Southampton and leads the OrcaFlex analysis team at AgileTek. In addition to developing models for complex subsea behaviour, he has implemented a database-backed inputs and results system for enhanced quality control on our dynamic analysis projects.
Senior Engineering Analyst.
Manuel has an MEng in Civil Engineering from the University of A Coruña and an MSc in Offshore Floating Systems from the University of Strathclyde. In addition to his work delivering subsea analysis, Manuel is fluent in Mandarin and assists with business development efforts in APAC.