Marine Civils

  • Nadine Robinson, IMCA’s Technical Adviser for Environmental Sustainability
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    Sustainability assessment tool

    2022-01-18T19:38:00Z

    A new online tool develops a self-assessment score for marine contracting companies to measure their progress against other contractors.

  • Store department of Aarsleff's new plant workshop
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    Ground engineering investment

    2022-01-14T18:42:00Z

    Aarsleff Ground Engineering has upgraded and expanded its Newark plant premises which accommodates the company’s extensive fleet of rigs, fabrication shop, training facility, machinery, and equipment available to hire.

  • Land & Water used its specialist plant to create a sheet piled landing stage at Kempston Mill
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    Maintaining the River Great Ouse

    2022-01-12T16:11:00Z

    A civil engineering firm has completed a project to attract more vessels onto one of the Great British waterways

  • The Ketch and Schooner platforms are located in the Southern North Sea in the UK sector and were installed by Heerema in the 1990s
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    Platform decommissioning

    2022-01-11T12:32:00Z

    A marine civil engineering specialist has been awarded the contract to decommission two North Sea platforms it installed 25 years ago.

  • the system underwent rigorous field trials in northern Portugal
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    Pioneering anchor completes on-land trials

    2022-01-05T12:26:00Z

    A new marine anchor solution has successfully completed on-land trials validating the technology and sealing approval for full-scale production and ocean deployment.

  • Life Extension of Floating Production Installations
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    Life extension for ageing offshore assets

    2021-12-14T16:53:00Z

    ABS has further developed its approach to aging offshore assets with publication of the Guide for Life Extension of Floating Production Installations.

  • Thunderer Jetty is situated on the Thames in Dagenham
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    Thames jetty renewal awarded

    2021-12-14T16:32:00Z

    Belgian construction major Herbosch-Kiere NV and its British subsidiary Herbosch-Kiere Ltd have recently been awarded a contract for the renewal of Thunderer Jetty on the Thames in Dagenham (near London, UK).

  • Peruvian Wharf, the first to return to operation, was opened in 2019 by London’s deputy mayor for planning, regeneration and skills, Jules Pipe CBE
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    London wharves investment

    2021-12-06T14:17:00Z

    The Port of London Authority is preparing its east London wharves for a return to operation

  • Subsea Micropiles Technology
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    Houlder and Subsea Micropiles

    2021-11-23T11:12:00Z

    Design and engineering consultancy, Houlder, is supporting Subsea Micropiles, a foundations company.

  • Weed clearance on a UK canal
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    Waste clearance on an industrial scale

    2021-11-08T11:43:00Z

    A specialist maintenance company has cleared 146.25 tonnes of waste from canals in London this year, allowing wildlife to thrive and providing clear waterways for boats.

  • Clifton Meadow
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    Wetland works complete

    2021-11-02T17:07:00Z

    Land & Water has completed works on the largest wetland habitat creation project of its kind on the River Thames and River Thame.

  • Floating scaffolding on the river Severn
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    Floating scaffold completes 3t contract lift

    2021-10-21T09:45:00Z

    In an industry first, floating scaffolding has been used to complete a specialist contract lift on the river Severn.

  • Great Yarmouth Third Bridge
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    New bridge progresses at Great Yarmouth

    2021-10-20T10:09:00Z

    The Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing, being delivered by a BAM Farrans Joint Venture, is one of Norfolk’s most significant infrastructure projects in recent years.

  • News

    Concrete floaters

    2021-10-07T11:40:00Z

    BW Ideol has gained an exclusive and long-term access to Scotland’s Ardersier Port for the manufacturing of concrete floaters.

  • News

    First woman Chair of IET Council

    2021-10-04T13:50:00Z

    Members of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Council have selected engineer Dr Carol Marsh OBE EngD CEng FIET as its new chair– the first woman to be elected to this post.

  • News

    Dockyard infrastructure

    2021-10-01T09:58:00Z

    KBS Maritime has begun work under a new five-year contract to support the Ministry of Defence in the enduring delivery of critical projects and services at HM Naval Base Portsmouth, UK.

  • 64 turbine parts including blades and tower sections were taken off the vessel
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    Heavy turbine lift

    2021-09-29T16:42:00Z

    The Port of Leith recently welcomed the arrival of eight onshore wind turbines as part of the 16MW Howpark Wind Farm to be located in the Scottish Borders.

  • Fugro lidar point cloud Geo-data of Ireland’s UNESCO World Heritage Site Skellig Michael (Scellig Mhichil in Irish)
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    Data step-change

    2021-09-29T16:34:00Z

    A key contract has been awarded for the capture of high-resolution lidar Geo-data along Ireland’s southern and western coastline to create a detailed 3D elevation model.

  • News

    Interconnector construction contract awarded

    2021-09-22T12:00:00Z

    Greenlink has awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Greenlink electricity interconnector project to a consortium comprised of Siemens Energy AG and Sumitomo Electric Industries.

  • As part of this development, four new jobs will be created at KenzFigee
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    New office, workshop and storage

    2021-09-17T12:44:00Z

    KenzFigee, a well-established lifting, handling and service specialist of tailor-made equipment for the marine, offshore and wind energy industry has opened its new UK facilities.