Every year the road towards renewable energy and creating a circular economy is becoming more and more prevalent. As do the requirements for full and thorough HSEQ, which is predominant in all our projects. Ensuring that we work within the rules of current regulations with properly recorded documentation and adhering to all the nuances of prevailing procedures.
Despite the adverse weather conditions that both the BorWin and all personnel onboard had to face, the converter station was successfully placed onto the jacket and so our work began with scaffolding and laydown of equipment, including the powerplant. Our contracted work included deploying qualified manpower, equipment, materials, consumables and conducting various structural fabrication activities such as painting and welding (among others) within our end-to-end scope of works. A major factor during the tendering process that set CTS apart from other proposals was our ability to demonstrate our profound knowledge and commitment to HSEQ. Strict health and safety is at the forefront of what we do, offshore and onshore.
We massively enjoyed playing such an integral part in getting the platform online and ready to supply over one million homes with clean energy. Additionally, we are proud to have been a participant in expanding and growing the renewable energy sector.
CTS Offshore and Marine’s Chief Executive Officer, Gulber Suri, announced: “Being selected to fulfil this contract clearly demonstrates our years of successful project delivery and we are proud to be involved in this venture within the renewable energy sector. Operating on a turnkey basis, our experienced teams are eager to embark on this challenge.”
We look forward to a bright future in which we continue our strong relationship with Petrofac and TenneT and we appreciate their confidence in our full project management abilities to that led to the successful hook-up and structural activities on this international project.