- Bespoke steel frame design and fabrication
- Sandbank offshore wind farm
- Bespoke design and manufacture of LARS for FPSO
- James Fisher Marine Services supports MeyGen cable installation project
- Humber Gateway offshore wind farm
- Walney II offshore wind farm
- Underwater course screen removal
- Dive control design and manufacture
- Routine inspection, repair and maintenance
- Outfall pipe inspection, repair and maintenance
- Burbo Bank anode installation
- Subsea inspections: Borkum Riffgrund, Gode Wind and Anholt
- Cathodic protection system installation
- ERT provision at Gwynt-y-Mor OWF
- Subsea inspections: Gwynt-y-Mor
- Subsea inspection campaign on Hinkley Point C
- Robin Rigg wind turbine decommissioning
- Wikinger OWF boulder clearance
- Wylfa power station
Sandbank offshore wind farm
As part of a joint venture with German partners GSS HANSA Offshore, James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) undertook an unexploded ordnance (UXO) project in German waters.
Delivering innovative UXO solutions to the renewable energy market, JFMS project managed the identification of 120 potential contacts of which 28 were highlighted as UXOs and disposed of in a controlled environment.
Utilising in-house expertise and assets, JFMS worked with German partners GSS Hansa Offshore GmbH to deliver a safe and efficient project solution. Capable of working in German waters aligning with federal law, the project was delivered a head of schedule and within budget which was acknowledged by the customer.
Operating in the German North Sea at the location of the Sandbank wind farm, the second largest power generation project undertaken by Vattenfall, JFMS utilised in-house ROV and UXO assets and industry leading expertise to deliver a complete subsea engineering solution.
Capability demonstrated included the relocation of contacts using state-of-the-art surveying equipment, excavation contacts using dredging tools on a work class ROV, identification of contacts by qualified UXO experts and disposals.
Capabilities included controlled ROV operations, vessel utilisation by identifying and disposing of the UXOs from the same vessel, which enabled a safe and robust approach to save time and speed up project delivery – further reducing costs throughout project delivery.