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the development of alternative forms of renewable energy generation including waste to energy, anaerobic digestion and ground source heat pumps.


STRONG MARINE LINKS


Offshore, the team’s strong marine links has seen it act for various Wash Ports in relation to cabling agreements affecting ports’ conservancy responsibilities, including designation of anchorages and alterations to buoyed channels. Recently, the team has assisted clients across a range of matters including…


• Agreements concerning the displacement of fishing effort occurring as a result of repair and maintenance of cables


• Advising an offshore developer in obtaining an injunction to prevent interference with windfarm developments from fishing activity


• Advising on compensation arising out of flood defence works and windfarm co-operation payments


• And assisting CTV operators in connection with the building, financing and chartering of vessels


SIGNIFICANT EXPERIENCE


IN WINDFARM DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONALLY, INCLUDING THE USA


NETWORKING GROUPS


Andrew Jackson promotes renewable energy through its membership of various networking groups that are active along the east coast including Team Humber Marine Alliance and Grimsby Renewable Partnership. It also operates Law Hub, enabling smaller law firms within the region to gain access to advice for clients in specialist areas.


Martin Collingwood Renewable Energy Team Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP


SCAN/CLICK


When a global supplier of self-elevating platforms was contracted for a major North Sea project by the wind energy division of a leader in power and automation technologies, it was apparent that the project deadline would be challenging to meet. With just a few short weeks to mobilise, they needed to find a reliable temporary offshore accommodation provider with the resources to work quickly, safely and efficiently—and ultimately deliver all the essentials needed to live and work productively offshore.


CHALLENGE


During consultation with the end-client, it was apparent that in order to make the self-elevating platform suitable for a large crew – customised temporary accommodation and welfare facilities would be required.


SOLUTION MORE INFO


HB Rentals was tasked with providing a custom solution of Accommodation Modules, Welfare Facilities and Operating Essentials. Thanks to its global network of comprehensive resources, offshore accommodation experience and successful industry track record, the company had the project management expertise and custom solutions capabilities required to complete the project.


As soon as the contract was signed, HB Rentals executed its project plan and got to work ordering materials, engineering custom items and ensuring safe installation under the critical timeline. To meet the demands of the order, the company leveraged its global operations to bring in dependable equipment like sewage systems from the United States, accommodation modules from the Middle East, walkways and stairs, pipework for water and sewage lines and also electrical cabling to provide the complete solution for the build.


RESULTS


With no room for error, HB Rentals was able to meet the aggressive schedule through diligent project management. From engineering and design to installation and commissioning, the company successfully delivered on the client’s custom specifications. They made it possible by quickly identifying the challenges involved in the project, such as the limited vessel footprint for the accommodation complex and solving problems as they occurred. A customer focused approach ensured an all-round seamless project execution.


HB Rentals


SUPPORT SERVICES


DEPLOYING OFFSHORE ACCOMMODATION FAST


Solution selling for offshore wind industry


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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