TenneT’s Hollandse Kust (Noord) OSS substructure is now entering the final stages of fabrication with the roll up completed and the 2-part cable deck now successfully installed.
As part of the project, SLPE has designed frames to house ‘biohut’ cages, which will be filled with oyster shells. These cages replicate the ecological function of a shallow water nursery to help support a sustainable biodiversity of the marine offshore environment. Can you spot them?
“It is always a proud and exciting moment seeing our hard work coming to fruition on the fabrication yards of Smulders and Heerema”, said Sam Lawes, Head of OSS Substructures at SLPE. “Our team has worked efficiently and decisively throughout the entire project, keeping to tight schedules and doing all we can to surpass our client’s expectations.
“It is also both encouraging and rewarding being part of a project that has taken a proactive approach towards sustainability. Our oceans are a vital resource that we must all work hard to protect. This project is a great example of one of the many ways the offshore industry can play a significant role in preserving and restoring the health of our oceans”.
SLPE designs are fabrication friendly and safe by design. This includes avoiding and reducing Health & Safety Risks that are inherent in the construction and installation processes, and the subsequent operational period. Please get in touch with us to find out more.