Acta Orion working for Siemens turbine installation and commissioning work on DONG Race Bank UK
Acta Marine’s walk to work construction support vessel Acta Orion is carrying out accommodation and walk to work duties for Siemens on Dong’s offshore wind farm Race Bank.
Siemens is currently installing and commissioning 91 six MW turbines, planned to be completed before end of the year. Acta Orion active on this project since May 2017 will be occupied until mid-November 2017. The vessel is used by Siemens to accommodate up to 60 technicians carrying out commissioning and testing duties as well as performing O&M duties on the installed turbines. The vessel is therefore following in the wake of the installation jack-up vessel Sea Installer and keeping up with its pace to complete the T&C scope on time. Last week the installation of one quarter of total number of turbines was completed.
Acta Marine is a trusted marine support provider with a versatile fleet of over 40 vessels. We operate globally; supporting clients working on coastal infrastructure and offshore energy projects. We work in a broad range of maritime sectors. DP Multicats, Walk-to-work Vessels, Crew Transfer Vessels, Multipurpose & Survey Vessels, and Barges – our fleet is capable of taking on a wide scope of jobs. Our work is carried out by a motivated and professional team of personnel. With our proven track record, we strive continuously to optimise our services, providing our clients with the most effective solutions. We started out in 1970 – and still operate as – a family-owned business. With a long-term focus, we take care of all aspects of our business; our clients, business partners, our people, our assets, and the environment we work in.
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