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WELHAB
Montrose Alpha Platform

WELHAB on board the Montrose Alpha platform

These photographs show one of our hot works habitats being utilised on an active project to upgrade a communications module roof on the Repsol Sinopec Montrose Alpha platform, this habitat is 6m x 3m x 2m.

Our product can be provided in any size and configuration, and is the only DNV 2 .7-2 certified habitat on the market.

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MA2

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BP MAGNUS MLXP
Accommodation Upgrade

BP MAGNUS MLXP

After completing  a detailed Survey on board Magnus Aiken Group we requested to complete a FEED Study that would provide a full refurbishment programme for the 91 cabins, TR, and Galley.

The FEED study was developed in close conjunction with the client and in addition to the main refurbishment itself a number of unique design details were incorporated in to the cabin and furniture design to ensure current issues being experienced offshore were catered for, this also included the maintenance of the new scheme as future proofing Magnus was a key in its final design and specification.

Facts from the project

  • 80 cabins, galley and recreational areas
  • Over 10,000 man hours training
  • 330,991 individual construction component
  • 800+ container movements
  • 292,442 man hours
  • Zero incidents

 

AMEC/BG
Accommodation Upgrade

AMEC/BG ARMADA ACCOMMODATION UPGRADE

An offshore survey and FEED study were carried out on the BG Armada platform. The FEED study write up was then reviewed and approved by the client.

The 3D graphic cabin layout drawings were shown offshore to the BG Armada platform welfare committee and others, and positive feedback was received. The agreed output was to go ahead with the proposed cabin layout presented for review.

The Aiken Group project team thereafter completed all design, engineering, draughting and procurement activities for the different multi-discipline scopes of work.

The offshore accommodation upgrade work, consisted of destruct, outfitting, commissioning and final acceptance and hand over to Client.

Designated Work Areas

  • Level 2: Offices, medical centre, technical library, CCR etc
  • Level 3: Smoking room, rest room and TV lounge
  • Level 4 & 5: 21 two person rooms were upgraded and new flat-packed custom built wet rooms installed, and new LED lighting fitted and HVAC duct cleaning carried out in parallel