Seafox 5 completes wind installation project 16-12-2013

Seafox 5 completes wind installation project

On 13th of December 2013 the largest self-propelled installation jack-up of the Workfox fleet, the Seafox 5, completed installing 80 monopiles and transition pieces for the DanTysk Offshore wind park, located in the German North Sea, 70 kilometres west of the island Sylt. The main contractor for the foundations of this windfarm is Aarsleff Billfinger Berger Joint Venture (ABJV). The windfarm is owned by Vattenfall and Stadtwerke München as ultimate Client

Kees Jan Cordia, Managing Director of Workfox said: “The Seafox 5 has demonstrated to perform as initially designed without exceeding any risk and/or safety barriers due to the reliability of our offshore crew and the competency of our proven operational expertise as a company. In addition we would like to thank our client Aarsleff Billfinger Berger Joint Venture (ABJV) for the confidence and mature attitude in finalizing complex projects such as these.”
The Seafox 5 will arrive shortly in Esbjerg (Denmark) for demobilization and mobilization for her next assignment straight thereafter.

Workfox BV is a leading service provider in the accommodation & crane, welltesting & workover, construction & decommissioning support segment of the wind, oil & gas industry world-wide.  The advent of the windfarm installation market has led to development of a jack-up specifically for this market. This self-propelled jack-up, Seafox 5, meets all the requirements for clients in the offshore wind and oil & gas industry.

Furthermore Workfox offers temporary accommodation units for offshore locations and onboard vessels

Source: Workfox B.V.

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