For JB117’s project commencing end 2020 we will already outfit her with our DP2 system. Installation and testing will take place during wintertime and JB117 is ready for an intermediate assignment on the North Sea end Q1.
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Jack-Up Barge teams up with Saipem to support the construction of FLNG offloading and berthing facilities in North West Africa.
Jack-Up Barge has been awarded a contract by Saipem to supply jack up barge JB117 to support the piling operations for the installation of the berthing and loading facilities for an international oil company.
Eiffage and Saipem are contracted to perform the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the hub/terminal. Saipem’s scope focusses on the Engineering Procurement and Installation of berthing and loading facilities.
The JB117 will see a number of modifications emphasizing the versatility of the GustoMSC design. This includes additional crane capacity, installation of dynamic positioning and an outrigger.
“Jack-Up Barge is pleased to support Saipem. It provides an excellent opportunity to showcase the versatility of our equipment. We have long been active during the construction of LNG facilities globally but the scope on this project is unique. We look forward to develop this partnership and cooperate on this exceptional project.” says Erwin Lammertink, CEO Van Es Holding.
(Jack-Up Barge is part of Van Es Holding)
The JB-108 is containerized and dismountable unit and built in 2006. The unit can work in water depths up to 25 meters and has a maximum pay load of 400 tons.
JB-117 proving almost uninterrupted hook-up and commissioning support services on the HVDC sub stations in the German Bight.
Even our smallest monohull jack-up JB119 is equipped with a 300-tons crane which is ideal for a heavier civil and near shore work where modular units are no longer suitable.