Houston, TX – In response to increased client demand and requests for its inspection, consulting and medical services, Liberty Energy Services, a division of Acadian Companies, is expanding to the West Texas area, the Permian Basin and beyond.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Liberty Energy provides inspection services to midstream projects throughout the United States. The decision to expand came out of efforts to better serve customers.
Expansion plans include recruiting efforts to hire and place qualified professionals on pipeline projects. “Based on client demand, we are targeting 50 new hires in the next month. In addition, we want inspectors to know about our incredible benefits,” says Liberty Energy Recruiter Hal Weatherford. “These roles vary from chief inspectors and senior welding inspectors to electrical and environmental inspectors. We want to get people to work.”
In addition, Liberty Energy has partnered with their sister company, Safety Management Systems, to provide a full-service solution for the midstream industry. Together, the two divisions provide not only inspection services, but also consulting, medical, rescue and safety solutions. “With SMS’ expertise and the Liberty Energy’s qualified labor pool, our combined efforts can really benefit organizations in West Texas. We can provide solutions on multiple levels, making it as easy as possible for our customers,” says Liberty President Allan Weatherford.
To learn more about job opportunities with Liberty Energy in West Texas, visit LibertyEnergyServices.com/WhyLiberty
To learn more about the services Liberty Energy provides, visit LibertyEnergyServices.com/WestTexas
Liberty Energy Services hires and places talent for the midstream, oil and gas industry including inspection and management services.
Safety Management Systems is one of the largest health, safety, environmental, medical, security and training service companies in the United States. A division of Acadian Companies, Safety Management Systems provides services to all areas of the energy and industrial construction markets.