Houlder’s lifting equipment will be deployed for the installation of Vattenfall’s Horns Rev 3 windfarm off the coast of Denmark.
The transporting and bunkering of LNG is becoming increasingly important to the energy strategies of archipelagos and coastal communities across the world.
The UK’s Employee Ownership Association Award for Innovation celebrates the year’s most compelling examples of innovation within UK employee owned organisations. UK civil engineering company Houlder’s ingenious new tools for the offshore wind energy market have been highly commended by judges this year for delivering clear benefits both technically and commercially.
Mike Simpson, Director of UK- headquartered offshore engineering company Houlder’s Marine Design Consultancy business has launched a windfarm support base concept design.
The first two new Wight Class ferry designs went into service last month. The two flat bottomed Ro-Ro vessels, Wight Light and Wight Sky are part of a £ 26m investment programme for ferry operator Wightlink.
Naval architects and marine engineering consultants Houlder Ltd has acquired bespoke ship designers Hart Fenton from the Sea Containers Group, expanding its capability and capacity for new ship design.
Ferry operator Wightlink has launched the first of three new ferries at the Brodogradiliste Kraljevica yard in Croatia, where all three of the vessels are being built.
Employee owned marine design business Houlder has been contracted by Gosport Ferry Ltd to prepare a design and build specification for a new ferry.
The British Government launched its first marine industries showcase at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) last month to highlight the industry’s multi-billion pound contribution to the UK economy.
Houlder and Southampton based design consultancy BMT Nigel Gee have announced that their jointly developed Turbine Access System (TAS) has successfully completed offshore trials.
UK marine equipment provider, Houlder, has announced the delivery of its Reel Skidding Drive System (RSDS) to Scotland based reel product equipment provider, Aquatic.
The UK's Houlder and BMT Nigel Gee have won another safety innovation award for their jointly developed Turbine Access System (TAS).
Houlder has developed new equipment to meet the “challenge of handling offshore wind turbine piles” which it says has grown, along with their size.
Houlder has set up a project team at its London headquarters to work exclusively on developing LNG projects in response to market requirements.
UK based Houlder’s TAS (Turbine Access System) has taken a step closer to meeting operator requirements by completing a trial period within the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) programme on the Vattenfall’s Thanet windfarm, Kent.
UK shipbuilding risk consultancy Houlder has been awarded a £1.3M contract from NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) to provide technical advice for the commissioning of a new UK polar research vessel.
London headquartered, employee owned marine engineering company Houlder has been shortlisted for a National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Work Placement of the Year Award.
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