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Rewarding Jobs In Marine Construction For Ex-Services Personnel

In the face of an industry-wide skills shortage, one UK marine contractor is taking a proactive approach when it comes to recruiting ex-services staff. Since the launch of its Training Academy in 2018, Red7Marine has been committed to bringing skilled individuals into the industry. More recently this has meant providing employment opportunities to ex-service personnel,

By |2020-04-29T10:00:35+01:00April 29th, 2020|Categories: Marine Civils, Marine Construction, News|0 Comments

Tight Turnaround For Telecoms Plough Refurb

Pharos Offshore Group in Port of Blyth, UK has delivered a fully refurbished telecoms plough for use in the North Sea region. The company delivered this full rebuild including a new bespoke control system in an extremely tight lead time and circumstances within a three-month period. The company will also be supporting the operation of

By |2020-04-24T13:35:51+01:00April 24th, 2020|Categories: Marine Civils, Marine Construction, News|0 Comments

Terminal Offers Key Employment Opportunites

A port terminal development in the UK has provided major employment and training opportunities. Construction company GRAHAM said Forth Ports' GB£200m Tilbury2 terminal, an extension of the port operator's Port of Tilbury in London, operated by Port of Tilbury London Ltd (PoTLL), offers an onsite training hub established to encourage local engagement in the project

By |2020-04-22T13:43:36+01:00April 22nd, 2020|Categories: Marine Civils, Marine Construction, News|0 Comments

Floating Wind Mooring Ewuipment Contract

The order consists of 33 hull brackets, which are used to attach anchoring lines to the hulls on the 11 offshore wind turbines that make up the Hywind Tampen wind farm. The company will also provide ROV tools for possible replacement of the anchor lines. For Scana Offshore, the Hywind Tampen project will start immediately,

By |2020-04-20T13:55:50+01:00April 20th, 2020|Categories: Marine Civils, Marine Construction, News|0 Comments

The Most Powerful Vibro Pile Driver In The World

Dutch vibro-piling specialist CAPE Holland has been awarded a contract by Seaway 7 to supply a Vibro Lifting Tool (VLT) for monopile foundations for Kaskasi offshore windfarm offshore Germany. Seaway 7 has already used the CAPE vibro equipment back in 2012 for the first time to drive the monopiles for the Riffgat project. Since then

By |2020-04-09T13:34:52+01:00April 9th, 2020|Categories: Marine Civils, Marine Construction, News|0 Comments