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Relocation and decommissioning

Mammoet provides clients with made-to-measure methods for the relocation and decommissioning of installations, paying specific attention to safety, cost-effectiveness and environmental impact.

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Old facilities, new challenges

Every facility reaches the end of its lifetime at some point, and this necessitates relocation or decommissioning – work which must be done safely, cost effectively and with as little environmental impact as possible. While the life spans of these installations cover decades, they have not generally been designed with efficient decommissioning in mind. Moreover, the places where the facilities have been constructed – whether in an industrial area, a port, a desert, or an urban area – are pivotal in defining the safest and most sustainable relocation or decommissioning method, including the transportation of various parts to their final destinations.

Tailor-made solutions

In the past decades, Mammoet has been supported customers in both the relocation and decommissioning of virtually every type of installation. Each project is unique and calls for optimal, tailor-made solutions. For these solutions, Mammoet has the largest and most modern fleet of equipment, which is unique in its capacities.

Each decommissioning project is unique and calls for optimal, tailor-made solutions.

Wide range of reliable equipment

The fleet can perform the necessary activities for each relocation or decommissioning project using, for example, cranes and lifting devices, like gantries and push-up systems, trailers and SPMTs. All are put to use to safely relocate entire installations or detach and remove parts thereof. Our fleet is subject to strict maintenance programs, ensuring reliability and safety at all times.

Safety, cost-effectiveness and environment

Mammoet’s equipment and its long-standing expertise form a unique combination in decommissioning. It is this combination that enables Mammoet to devise solutions for any decommissioning situation, and then successfully deliver them – ensuring safety, cost-effectiveness and as little environmental impact as possible.

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