Luis goes on to underline the value he sees in working closely with people from different walks of life. “Linxon is like a family, it’s my second home. One thing that stands out is the opportunity to support units from another part of the globe,” he says. In fact, even though he’s based in Bahrain, he is lead document controller for the UK’s Seagreen project, which will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm once complete.
“What makes me proud to work for Linxon is the openness to collaborate with different nationalities, which enables us to find concrete solutions to complex problems,” he continues. “Different insights are a strong foundation for a company to be able to maintain its reliability and competitiveness in this industry.”
The chance to work on the Seagreen project has helped Luis grow not only as an employee, but also as a person, as he has learnt how to master the challenges and pressure in dealing with a more diverse organization. “During this time, I was not in competition with anyone but myself,” he says, “as I had to maintain the trust and confidence placed in me.”