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Golden Eagle Living Quarters – Project Update

– 20th January 2014

A project milestone was achieved on Monday 20th January of the final heavy lift on the Golden Eagle Living Quarters module, currently under construction on Sembmarine SLP’s Lowestoft Yard.

The single lift of the 70 tonne Cantilevered Helideck was positioned adjacent to the top deck of the six storey offshore structure. The LQ module which is due for completion and load out in early May of this year is currently undergoing final stages of fitting out.

Sembmarine SLP’s Managing Director Paul Thomson said yesterday “This is a significant step in the completion process of our current project for Nexen UK. The project team and yard personnel are to be commended for the continuing high stands of safety in this difficult but incident free operation.”

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