Dudgeon - Project of Firsts
An Equinor / Siemens project
With an understanding of offshore structures and how they work, we’re ready for all the challenges the present day might throw at us in terms of hook-up and commissioning, and we are now able to offer bespoke solutions to target the exact issues you are facing.
32km off the coast of Cromer, North Norfolk, you’ll find Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm. This 55 km² site was a previous full EPC contract, with Sembmarine SLP responsible for the design, engineering, procurement, project management and construction of the platform’s jacket substructure and topside.
Project of firsts
The beginning of the future
With structures designed to meet exacting specification we delivered on the design, engineering, procurement and construction of this major offshore wind farm project.
Located 32km off the coast of North Norfolk, Dudgeon is a 55km site powering more than 410,000 UK homes.
A team effort
Results that wow
Our team of approx. 250 spent 18 months and some 850,000 hours working on the project, the results of the team’s hard work, even years after, certainly haven’t gone unnoticed, with absolutely no compromises made on safety or quality, and you can still see the results to this day, with the project having capacity to power approximately 420,000 homes across the UK.
Completing complexity comes naturally.
The cabling on this project was incredibly intricate, but good management from us resulted in a high quality of electrical installation, with positive feedback received from the client on the impressive results.
Opportunities have become viable developments.
The project had an extremely low weld repair rate indicating a high-quality performance. But that’s not all – our collaborative relationships with subcontractors helped the project run smoothly, ensuring long-lasting results and relationships across the board.
Our experienced team works as one creating a detailed plan
Contact us to discuss your project requirements.