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QEM Solutions were contracted to carry 3rd party inspection and witnessing activities on a series of valves fabricated in Germany for a series of SGN contracts throughout Scotland.

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02 Jun 2012

A farewell to Tony Booth, a bit of a Legend!

It is with great sadness that we are saying goodbye to Tony Booth, a friend, a colleague, and the source of much knowledge over the years.

Tony passed away peacefully at approximately 01:30am on Wednesday the 1st February 2012, after a brief illness took hold of him 1 week beforehand.

Tony has been an integral part of both QEM and my personal development since we met on the Brighouse-Bay Interconnector project over ten years ago. Since then he has been a close friend and sounding board for everything from my business to my travels.

For anyone who knew Tony they will understand when I say he could swear profusely and make it sound like poetry. My fondest memories of Tony revolve round the odd glass of the red stuff and e-mails resembling novels, informing me of numerous possibilities in numerous industries, only a fraction of which we ever had time to follow up. That said, many of the key milestones in QEM’s progression have been spurred on by Tony himself either working alongside us or giving us a push in the right direction.

Tony was a classic, good old fashioned gentleman, with an ability to charm at the drop of a hat.

He will be missed.