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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE


FEATURE SPONSOR


CASE STUDY PROTOTYPE WIND


TURBINE PROJECT


PROVIDING ONE-STOP- SHOP EXPERTISE


The company performs inspection and service on turbine mounted safety equipment (TMSE), including lifts, cranes and pressure systems etc. within the WTGs and have strategic partnerships with key manufacturers of assets requiring this level of maintenance which allows them to have the expertise in the works and also perform repairs without the need for a re-visit.


ONE-STOP-SHOP


This scope is truly the ‘one stop shop’ and the company’s experience in this is significant with many customers and windfarms onshore and offshore across Europe satisfied with their engineers diligence and eagerness to leave the turbine in a fit state for the blades to continue turning but knowing compliance is assured with the assets they have inspected.


OEM RELATIONSHIPS


Over the last 10years Skyform has proven to be the recognised industry leader on wind turbines man-riding equipment/ towerhoists and provides commissioning, service and maintenance works on these for all the main manufacturers. Their relationship with the OEMs of these assets remains strong and they take comfort in the knowledge that experts are servicing their products to assure industry of the reliability of the product.


REAL WORLD TESTIMONIAL


Skyform have been performing the ‘one-stop-shop’ scope with Centrica at Lynn and Inner Dowsing Windfarm


for over two years now and the client is delighted that they no longer have to rely on multiple organisations working multiple shift patterns engaging with multiple key contacts to perform the varying inspection works required under LOLER/ PUWER/PSSR etc. With Skyform Wind that headache has


been removed and the team of engineers visit the WTG’s with a strategy of works that ensures compliance and reliability. Centrica have noticed a significant cost reduction via this methodology and it is no coincidence that productivity levels at LID have increased dramatically over the last 2 years and the company takes some pleasure that the works they perform have in some way had a little impact on this increased output.


SAFETY CULTURE


The team at site engage regularly with the excellent contractor safety culture embodied and they feel this approach is industry leading and also believe the ripple effect of it is now being felt elsewhere.


BRIGHT FUTURE


The company continues to expand and their forecast for growth strategy remains strong for the coming years and beyond.


Skyform Scotland Ltd SCAN/CLICK SCAN/CLICK PRINCIPAL CONTRACTOR MORE INFO BROCHURE


The Group was the principal O&M contractor for the project and also provided a site based management team including Site Manager, Commissioning Manager, HSE Coordinator and Site Supervisors. 3sun Group provided a central contact for all documentation and information which was readily available for the client when necessary, and allowed the client to ensure its technicians performed operations safely and efficiently. The documentation provided by the client and subcontractors was also reviewed and authorised to ensure compliance with site procedures and a control and awareness of concurrent activities between all relevant parties.


3sun Group, provider of products and services to the global energy industry, supported an innovative project in which they undertook operations and maintenance (O&M) services on a prototype wind turbine, following a previous successful commission and installation by their own personnel. The Group has been providing services to the wind sector since 2008, and has grown to make renewable energy services a core focus, providing solutions for customers’ assets from design and engineering through to installation, commissioning and maintenance.


3SUN GROUP WAS A KEY SUPPLIER OF LABOUR AND ENGINEERING SUPPORT DURING THE CONSTRUCTION...


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