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(Mobile, AL) – Hargrove Engineers + Constructors a full-service EPC, automation, life sciences and technical services firm, along with Myer Marine Services, has entered a partnership with Guyana-based GAICO Construction. This agreement was signed in August at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, TX. This agreement will facilitate collaboration between all three companies and will spark the development of projects in Guyana, a small country on South America’s North Atlantic Coast.

“Hargrove is excited about the opportunity to partner with GAICO and Myer in order to meet the ambitious industrial and infrastructure plans in Guyana while creating skilled employment opportunities for the Guyanese people,” said Ralph A. Hargrove, President and CEO of Hargrove Engineers + Constructors.

Hargrove has grown steadily each year with an excellent track record of delivering superior results to industrial clients. Recent partnerships and alliances such as the alliance with GAICO provide support that will help to expand Hargrove’s reach and lead to mutual and sustained success not only with partners but with domestic and international clients. Hargrove is well-positioned to provide superior service and commitment to clients across many sectors.

“We are thrilled to enter this partnership with Hargrove and GAICO, and to become an active participant in the growth and development of Guyana,” said David Myer, president of Myer Marine Services. “With our collective experience and broad areas of expertise, the capabilities of this team are endless, and unmatched in Guyana or abroad.”

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hugh Todd, United States Ambassador to Guyana, Sarah Ann Lynch; CEO of Go-Invest, Dr. Peter Ramsaroop; Chairman of the Private Sector Commission, Paul Cheong; Vice-President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Gerry Gouveia Jr.; and other officials. The Guyana Office for Investment, the Government of Guyana, the U.S. Embassy and Guyana’s private sector helped facilitate the partnership.