UK marine contractor Briggs Marine, hosted an official naming ceremony for three new pilot boats at Albert Dock, Liverpool on Wednesday, 25 April.
As part of its ongoing growth plans, UK-based Briggs Marine Contractors has made a six-figure investment into its diving division’s capabilities with the purchase of a dual basket diver Launch and Recovery System (LARS)
UK vessel builder Goodchild Marine has reported considerable interest at Seawork International in its fresh-out-of-build Liverpool pilot boat.
UK-owned marine contractor Briggs Marine has commissioned new waterside facilities in the Port of Liverpool.
Production of two low-emission Woolwich ferries for Transport for London (TFL) has begun at the Rementowa shipyard in Gdansk, Poland.
UK-headquartered Briggs Marine & Environmental Services has published its new accounts for the year ending March 2016 at Companies House, which show an annual increase in turnover to £66m.
The three ferries that currently operate the Woolwich Ferry service across the River Thames, UK are 53 years old and are now reaching the end of their useful life.
During October, the Canada-headquartered navigation technology company Sabik Offshore and Netherlands based outfit Orga Aviation launched a collaborative initiative to create and commercialise an integrated marine aids to navigation and aviation obstruction solution specifically designed to enable 'safe sea and air navigation in the vicinity of offshore wind farms.'
Birkenhead, UK-based marine specialist V&A Hydraulics has completed maintenance work on the Liverpool Pilotage Service vessels. V&A Hydraulics secured the work with marine contractors and environmental services firm Briggs Marine, of Fife, Scotland, which recently took charge of the overall vessel maintenance contract.
UK-headquartered offshore services provider Briggs Marine and Environmental Services is adding to its fleet of multipurpose vessels with the ordering of a Damen Multi Cat 2712.
Briggs Marine and Environmental Services, the Fife, Scotland-based leading supplier of offshore services, has ordered a Damen Multi Cat 2712. One of the largest models in Damen’s extensive Multi Cat workboat range.
During the past few months Briggs Marine, the UK based marine contracting and environmental services company, has made three major additions to its extensive marine services fleet. The most significant vessel in the trio is a new flagship for Briggs, a powerful anchor handling tug delivered to the company during the summer of 2008.
A major operation to remove oil from the wreck of HMS Royal Oak continues this summer. The warship was torpedoed by a German U-boat in 1939 while lying at anchor off Scapa Flow.
The work of Briggs Marine Contractors Ltd at the Chevron Texaco oil refinery in Pembroke, Wales has been officially recognised with the Good Contractors Safety Award .
Briggs Marine has signed a contract with Vestas - Celtic Wind Technology for part of the work installing one of the UK's first offshore wind farms. The turbine manufacturer, in consortium with Mayflower Energy Ltd , has secured a £ 74m wind farm contract from National Wind Power to install 30 two-megawatt turbines at Wind Power's North Hoyle Offshore Wind Farm. The development a few miles off Prestatyn and Rhyl in North Wales is one of 18 offshore wind farms planned for UK waters.
Briggs Marine have resumed work on a UK Ministry of Defence contract to remove oil from the tank of a sunken battleship off Scapa Flow, Orkney. The Royal Oak wastorpedoed by a German U-boat in 1939 while she lay at anchor, with the loss of 833 lives.
Briggs Marine Contractors Ltd has been awarded a three year contract to maintain over 100 submarine cable connections for utilities firm Scottish and Southern Energy plc (S&S).
Briggs Environmental Services Ltd played a significant role in the clean-up process which followed the recent sinking of the tanker Prestige off the coast of Spain.
Briggs Marine has been awarded a two year contract, with an option for further years, by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to remove oil from the sunken battleship Royal Oak in Orkney's Scapa Flow.
A delegation of high-ranking officials from the Government of Taiwan has spent two weeks in Scotland learning about the latest oil spill response and prevention techniques. The 28 senior personnel, including representatives of the Taiwanese coast guard service, the national parks agency and water suppliers, attended intensive training sessions hosted by Aberdeen based pollution control experts Briggs Environmental Services.
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