JACK UP WIND FARM INSTALLATION VESSELS — IMH

Case Study

JACK UP WIND FARM INSTALLATION VESSELS
JACK UP WIND FARM INSTALLATION VESSELS
JACK UP WIND FARM INSTALLATION VESSELS

JACK UP WIND FARM INSTALLATION VESSELS

Client:

MPI Offshore

Date:

2003 - ongoing

Scope of work:

Service of jacking system, cranes, winches and windlass, and water-tight doors.

Location:

UK home port and worldwide.

Specs:

Vessels MPI Resolution, MPI Adventure & MPI Discovery.
6 legs and 48 large hydraulic cylinders per ship to enable 0.5meter/minute jacking.
Ability to jack 6,000 tonnes of cargo.
1,000 tonne capacity main crane + 50 tone auxiliary crane.

Overview:

MPI Offshore operate the world’s largest and most powerful generation of purpose built wind turbine installation vessels, designed to transport, lift and install turbines, foundations and their transition pieces. Operating the most advanced and most efficient WTIV, in terms of jacking speed, deck space, lifting capacity and positioning capabilities.

IMH has offered consistent high level support to the MPI fleet of jack up vessels since 2003. We offer a complete service and system development, including repairs and modifications as required both in their home port of Teesside, UK, and worldwide.

As part of the renewable sector supply chain, IMH are ideally placed to offer 24/7 standby support as well as planned maintenance at competitive rates. With vast experience across a range of vessels and pressured environments, MPI Offshore count on IMH Hydraulic and Piping Engineers to deliver a robust and efficient service of their technically advanced systems.

“IMH are a very professional company with good technical knowledge and dedicated staff. They have been with us from the start, always on hand with support and advice to keep our systems running smoothly and efficiently. We count on IMH for reliable support for our fleet here in the UK and overseas. It is always a pleasure to work with the team and we would struggle without them.”

- Dave Galloway, Fleet Manager, MPI Offshore


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