Cape RB Hilton Saudi Arabia Ltd has received an award from its client JGC Arabia Ltd

24 November 2011

Cape is pleased to announce that Cape RB Hilton Saudi Arabia Ltd has received an award from its client “JGC Arabia Ltd” in recognition of its highly significant contribution to the insulation and refractory works undertaken over the last two years at the NCP North Plot Ethylene Project (National Chevron Phillip) in Jubail, Saudi Arabia.

This award is was made to Cape by Japanese Client JGC following the completion of 68 million man-hours without a lost time incident (LTA), a remarkable achievement and, indeed, the only time in its corporate history that a JGC-operated project has achieved this many safe man-hours without an LTA.

This award also recognises the high quality of the work performed by Cape, its completion of the entire project a month ahead of schedule, and its ongoing technical support to the project throughout its two year duration.

This was a major insulation project for Cape, with a workscope comprising 85,000 M” of insulation, of which around 60000 M” was for cold cryogenic lines. For Cape in Saudi Arabia, this marked its biggest cold cryogenic insulation job.


Michael Dismore
Operations Director Northern Gulf

About Cape:

Cape plc (, which is listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, provides a range of non-mechanical industrial services including access systems, insulation, painting, coatings, blasting, industrial cleaning, training and assessment to the international energy and mineral resources sectors.

As a single source provider, Cape is able to provide a range of specialist multi-disciplinary services specifically tailored to meet the needs of the client providing the most intelligent and cost efficient solutions for our customers non-mechanical in-plant maintenance and capital needs.

In the year ended 31 December 2010, Cape reported revenues of £650.1 million. With scale and leading market positions across its international footprint, Cape employs over 18,000 people in 29 countries.

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