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Mammoet’s creative engineering delivers safe and efficient operations for the construction and transport of large and heavy structures for the offshore market.

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Introduction

Mammoet’s extensive experience in the construction and transport of structures for the offshore sector helps our clients optimize their projects to save time and reduce costs.

Offshore construction activities are complex, time consuming, costly and take place in a working environment full of risks. For clients working on offshore projects, managing these risks is vital, so specialized construction yards are often used to reduce offshore activities through onshore construction. As these yards experience growing demands, and handle increasingly bigger structures, there are opportunities for their utilization to be optimized. Such optimization activities can unlock efficiencies that make a crucial difference – reducing costs and delivering a more commercially viable project.                                                            

The offshore industry is continually looking for technology, processes and approaches that deliver more cost-effective projects. Mammoet’s heavy lifting and transport services play an essential part in identifying and delivering project savings, through realizing efficiencies in the construction of offshore platforms and their components. Our professionals’ expertise in the latest smart construction and load-out techniques delivers safer, more efficient operations that bring forward production dates, reduce the bottom line and more effectively manage project risks.

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Getting platforms in production

The offshore industry is increasing its cost-effectiveness through greater economies of scale resulting in platform structures that are continuously growing in size. To accommodate these larger, heavier offshore jackets, modules and platform structures requires new construction and load-out methods in the yards. Mammoet has the engineered heavy lifting and transport skills to meet the challenges created by the constantly evolving scale of these offshore structures. Deploying our creative engineering skills alongside our state-of-the-art equipment – cranes, push-up and gantry lifting systems – Mammoet works with clients to design and execute more efficient offshore operations.

We can also assist when a client chooses to use multiple yards to leverage capacity where yard facilities don’t allow the construction of large structures in one piece or where more than one structure is required. Mammoet can provide the heavy lifting requirements to bring all component parts or modules together for onshore or near-shore mating operations. Thanks to our experience and global fleet of equipment our engineers and planners optimize construction schedules, yard logistics and load-outs for our clients, enabling them to meet deadlines.

New offshore challenges

Mammoet’s professionals have many decades of experience executing construction lifts, yard moves and load-outs in a wide range of circumstances. This includes experience in the decommissioning of offshore structures, effectively reversing the installation process in order to bring structures inshore for demolition where environmental and safety risks can be more effectively managed. In 2017 Mammoet was part of the record-breaking Brent platform decommissioning team. At 24,000 tons, the structure was the heaviest topside to have ever been brought onto shore in one piece.

It is our experience and creative thinking, combined with our large pool of specialized equipment, that means we are able to find solutions to new engineering challenges. We are regularly loading and transporting jackets and platforms, of ever-increasing sizes and weights, to and from offshore destinations. These complex projects require new approaches combined with proven specialized skills to ensure their safe and efficient execution.

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