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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE


FEATURE SPONSOR


base at Lowestoft has allowed the company to increase their scope of services in the UK and consists of an extensive quay as well as office, storage, workshop and warehouse space. This allows them to provide a much greater range of resources including diving, ROV, survey and windfarm support vessel services from its own easily accessible location.


TFN Installation NEW OPERATIONS BASE


Norfolk Marine can deliver a comprehensive portfolio of service solutions to clients operating within a broad base of industry sectors, including marine civil engineering; vessel maintenance and salvage; port and harbour authority; renewable energy; utility and infrastructure; nuclear & oil & gas applications.


NEW OPERATIONS BASE


The company opened a new operations base in the Port of Lowestoft where vessels were operating from the port’s harbour area for several years. Both mobile and containerised diving


PROJECT – SCOUR REMEDIATION SYSTEM


Since the company was established during August 2003, Norfolk Marine Ltd has established a trusted reputation as a leading supplier of high quality diving and marine engineering solutions


systems currently operate from the Lowestoft South Quays facility along with the company’s inspection class ROV units and a full range of in-house underwater non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment. This allows the carrying out of comprehensive inspections of clients’ underwater assets in both inland and offshore deployments.


SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT


Operations can be carried out from the company’s own fleet of vessels, meaning that customers have a single point of contact, hence minimising both logistical considerations and costs. The operations


INDUSTRY DIVERSIFICATION What do you do when the main industry you supply rapidly declines?


It’s a question that many companies have had to ask themselves in light of the downturn in the oil & gas market. For Tech Safe Systems Ltd the answer was to focus more on individual project work, ensuring they were as flexible as could be in creating bespoke products or packages for their customers. The company, based in Great


Yarmouth, supply a range of industry approved ROV launch and recovery equipment, electric and hydraulic winches, SOLAS A60 containers including control cabin, workshops, electrical distribution cabins and PLC control systems, all of which are predominantly used by the offshore oil & gas market; however, now the company are expanding into other sectors including renewables and nuclear.


OFFSHORE WIND


The offshore wind market has also grown into a dynamic sector over the


past decade and has become one of the alternatives to oil & gas to promote its products.


One such example of work that the company have been involved in recently is the OWF Project in Wikinger offshore windfarm in the Baltic Sea. They developed a Lloyds Register Certified solution for Large Diameter Drilling (LDD). This included a package of three winches and two control cabins to facilitate the command and control package for their Pre-Piling Template (PPT) and Bubble Curtain System. All three winches could be controlled via the ergonomically designed 20ft control cabin. The team were also on hand in Germany to assist with the integration. By responding to the changes in the market and adapting their strategy, Tech Safe have proven that it is still possible to thrive and grow in times of downturn.


Tech Safe Systems Ltd


The company completed the installation of its tyre filled net (TFN) scour remediation system at E.ON’s Scroby Sands offshore windfarm in 2016. The TFN project at Scroby Sands involved the installation of the company’s patented scour protection system to several turbine monopiles across the site. The TFN system utilises recycled car


tyres to create a protective apron around the base of the monopiles, which not only prevents further scouring but also allows the reinstatement of seabed material by trapping migrating sand suspended in the tidal flow.


The system presents significant benefits in cost, environmental impact, logistics and resources when compared to aggregate based solutions that are currently used.


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