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MARINE CO-ORDINATION


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PROVIDING MARINE CO-ORDINATION AT BUTENDIEK OFFSHORE WIND FARM


Specialist Marine Consultants Ltd (SMC) has been working with Siemens, providing offshore marine co-ordination for a fifth Siemens Wind Power construction project.


The Butendiek offshore wind farm in the North Sea began construction in early 2014 and is due for completion mid-2015. SMC based on the UK Yorkshire coast, have been working offshore undertaking marine co- ordination for the 80 turbine site.


SPECIALIST SERVICES


The company provides specialist services to the offshore renewable and oil & gas sectors including HSE advisory services, marine co-ordination, client representation and vessel auditing.


This is the second time they have worked on a German offshore wind project supplying marine co-ordination and marks a milestone for the offshore specialists, with significant new innovations in their Marine Co- ordination Management System (MCMS).


MCMS


MCMS tracks personnel, certification and vessels offshore. Vessels using the CVDR daily reporting system can link directly to MCMS, allowing HSE statistics to be gathered in a unique way.


SMC marine coordinator accessing data through MCMS.


Comprehensive statistics relating to the wind farms construction are gathered and collated. This allows analysis of key up-to- date HSE statistics (push-ons, fuel usage, carbon footprint, vessel reliability) which can be securely accessed remotely.


WIND PROJECT PORTFOLIO The company is currently supplying marine co-ordination services to six major wind farm construction and service projects in the UK and Europe, as well as working on two other wind farm projects supplying client reps. They have HSE advisors located offshore in Brazil, Asia, Canada and the US Gulf.


MD Ian Coates said “MCMS has been developed to work from an offshore base, which gives a strategic advantage to projects stakeholders onshore.


“Clients can access the latest statistics remotely to give them an immediate picture of critical factors necessary for the smooth running of an offshore project.”


Specialist Marine Consultants Ltd


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