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Garrad Hassan Iberica, a provider of products and services for the wind industry, has opened new offices in Monterrey, Mexico, and Porto, Portugal.

"Garrad Hassan sees huge potential for the Mexican wind market, and the office in Monterrey is well placed to provide support to wind projects in the region," says Andrew Garrad, director of Garrad Hassan. "The office in Porto will provide ongoing support to existing clients and projects, as well as aim to expand Garrad Hassan's work in Portugal."

Craig Houston will be running the Mexican office, while Nuno Jorge and Paulo Fernandes are jointly in charge of the Portuguese office, according to Garrad Hassan.


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