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  1. forum rang 10 voda 30 juni 2021 12:31
    Jan De Nul Completes Wind Turbines Installation TPC Offshore Wind

    Jan De Nul Group has completed the installation of all 21 offshore wind turbines for the 109.2 MW Taiwan Power Company Offshore Windfarm Phase 1 Project Demonstration, including the installation of all subsea cables. The project teams of Jan De Nul and Hitachi now proceed with the termination and commissioning process of the complete offshore wind farm. The project was kicked off in September 2018 with the preparatory onshore cable works. On 12 June 2021, Jan De Nul’s Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel Taillevent successfully completed the installation of the last 5.2 MW Hitachi wind turbine for Taiwan Power Company.

    The TPC Offshore Wind Farm near Fangyuan, 8 kilometres off the West coast of Taiwan, is constructed in a region where typhoons are very common. Each 5.2 MW wind turbine is installed on a jacket foundation with transition piece, anchored to the seabed using four steel pin piles, and equipped with wind turbines with a downwind rotor. Consortium partner Hitachi Ltd. pioneered this design by obtaining the Wind Turbine Class T certification, an international standard on wind-resistant design recognising the need in regions subject to frequent typhoons.

    Jan De Nul kicked off the construction works in September 2018 with the preparatory onshore cable duct installation works to connect the existing onshore substation to the cable interface near shore. Fabrication of the different foundation components was initiated in 2019. The first foundations left the South Korean fabrication yards in April 2020 to the offshore wind farm site in Taiwan. In June 2020, Jan De Nul installed the first pin piles and connected the first export cable to shore. By early August of that same year, the very first jacket foundation was installed and anchored to the seabed. And on 15 September the first wind turbine was erected.

    Jan De Nul Group is responsible for the design, fabrication and installation of the foundations, the provision of the offshore vessel for the installation of the wind turbines, the supply and installation of the cables off- and onshore as well as upgrading an electrical substation. Hitachi Ltd. is in charge of manufacturing, assembly, installation and other works related to the offshore wind turbines with downwind rotor.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  2. forum rang 10 voda 19 juli 2021 09:26
    Jan De Nul Orders Pile Gripper for Installation Vessel Les Alizés

    Jan De Nul Group has selected Imeca, a trade mark of REEL SAS, for the delivery of a highly advanced electrical Motion-Compensated Pile Gripper for its new Floating Installation Vessel Les Alizés. The tailor-made gripper, with an integrated X-Laboratory guidance and survey system, will allow safe and efficient installation of next-generation monopiles with pin-point accuracy. Gripper delivery is planned for H2 2022 and this new mission equipment helps to future proof Jan De Nul Group foundation installation capability.With the construction of both Les Alizés and the Jack-Up Installation Vessel Voltaire well underway, Jan De Nul Group will shortly have the capability to not only install next-generation foundations, but also wind turbines, safely and efficiently.

    Les Alizés allows the installation of very large components including jackets exceeding 4,500 mt, and heights in excess of 100 m; and monopiles weighing over 3,000 mt and an outer diameter exceeding 12 m. It is of paramount importance that the installation process for these very large components can be safely executed.

    The Imeca Motion-Compensated Pile Gripper will have some very unique features that will increase operational control during the installation process, including:

    An integrated survey system that enables continuous monitoring of the monopile from insertion into the gripper to hammering completion. This will considerably improve the control over the monopile and will positively affect the decision-making process between operational steps.

    Thanks to the X-Laboratory Guidance System’s embedded emergency recovery control mode, the gripper will be able to control the monopile even in the hypothetical absence of the DP system and thrusters. The gripper will operate autonomously to keep the monopile and vessel stable, long enough to return all systems to a safe state.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  3. forum rang 10 voda 20 juli 2021 09:39
    Jan De Nul Signs Third Contract with Dogger Bank Wind Farm

    Dogger Bank Wind Farm and Jan De Nul Group announced the signing of the final contract for the transport and installation of 87 GE Haliade-X 14 MW offshore wind turbines. Dogger Bank C at up to 200 km off the Yorkshire coast is the third Dogger Bank Wind Farm package awarded to Jan De Nul. Following the signature of packages A and B, this will bring the total WTGs to be installed to an impressive 277 units. For the delivery and installation of the 14 MW turbines, Jan De Nul Group will mobilise its newest Next Gen Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel Voltaire, turning this project into her first assignment. The contract is subject to Dogger Bank C reaching Financial Close in late 2021.

    This Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel Voltaire is currently under construction. She will have a lifting capacity of over 3,000 tonnes and will enter into service in 2022. She is named after the pioneering European Enlightenment philosopher and is fitted with a highly advanced exhaust filtering system by means of a Selective Catalytic Reduction system and a Diesel Particulate Filter, making it the very first seagoing installation vessel of its kind to be an Ultra-Low Emission vessel, moreover Stage V-certified.

    The 3.6 GW Dogger Bank Wind Farm, which is being delivered in the North Sea in three 1.2 GW phases, is set to be the world’s largest offshore wind farm when complete. The first two phases, Dogger Bank A and B, each feature 95 units of 13 MW turbines. They are a joint venture between Equinor (40%), SSE Renewables (40%) and Eni (20%). The third phase, Dogger Bank C, is being developed on a different timescale and is owned by SSE Renewables (50%) and Equinor (50%).

    When complete, Dogger Bank will generate enough energy to power over 6 million UK homes every year.

    Dogger Bank Wind Farm secured 3.6 GW of offshore wind contracts in the UK Government’s 2019 contracts for difference auctions. Record low prices were awarded for the three phases making up Dogger Bank Wind Farm: Dogger Bank A, Dogger Bank B and Dogger Bank C. Dogger Bank C is planned to reach financial close by the end of 2021.

    SSE Renewables is leading the development and construction phases of Dogger Bank Wind Farm and Equinor will lead on operations for its lifetime of up to 35 years.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  4. forum rang 10 voda 27 juli 2021 12:08
    Van Oord to Deepen Approach Channel to Harbour of Harwich in UK

    Van Oord has secured the contract for the Harwich Haven approach channel and inner harbour deepening by the Harwich Haven Authority. The contract carries a value of approximately EUR 140 million, split 50/50 between Van Oord and Boskalis. The project entails the deepening of the approach channel and inner harbour from minus 14.5 to minus 16 meters to allow unimpeded access of the latest generation container vessels to Harwich Haven and the Port of Felixstowe. For this purpose a total of 15 million cubic meters of silt, sand and clay will be dredged by a jumbo trailing suction hopper dredger and a large backhoe dredger. The dredged material will be deposited in a designated area offshore. Specialist equipment will be deployed to remove large boulders from the seabed.

    The dredging activities will commence immediately with a project duration of maximum two years. The consortium of Van Oord and Boskalis will reduce its CO2 emissions significantly on this project by using a sustainable biofuel.

    Van Oord awarded contract for deepening the approach channel to harbour of Harwich, UK.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  5. forum rang 10 voda 29 juli 2021 09:35
    Jan De Nul Installs Formosa 2 Export Cables

    Jan De Nul Group’s Cable Laying Vessel Willem de Vlamingh has successfully installed the four export cables with a total length of 34 km on the 376MW Formosa 2 offshore wind farm in Taiwan. This milestone marks the next step in the development of the Formosa 2 Offshore Wind Farm. Thanks to her shallow draft design, the Willem de Vlamingh was able to position itself close to the beach thereby limiting the shore pull distance to around 1,250 metres. At the beach landing, the cables have been pulled through four HDD ducts into the transition joint bays. The Willem de Vlamingh also acted as Trenching Support Vessel which, together with TSHD Niña and a Starfish outfitted with an in-house designed jet-skid tool, in the meantime also successfully completed the export cable burial works.

    For the installation of the export cables, Jan De Nul Group relied on its local supply chain network for the performance of the beach pull assistance works, dive support, the installation of the HDD ducts, as well as the supply and operation of support vessels. This local network was set up with the support of Jan De Nul’s long-standing partner Hung Hua Corporation.

    Installation of foundations and subsea cables

    For the Formosa 2 project, Jan De Nul Group is responsible for the foundation design, fabrication and installation, as well as for the design, supply and installation of the subsea cables.

    Formosa 2 offshore wind project is a joint venture project by JERA, Macquarie's Green Investment Group and Swancor Renewable Energy. The project is located between four and ten nautical miles off Miaoli County. Once fully constructed, Formosa 2 will be one of Taiwan’s earliest offshore wind projects, utilizing 47 market-leading 8 MW turbines to produce 376 MW, enough to provide up to 380,000 Taiwanese families with green energy.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute

  6. forum rang 10 voda 30 juli 2021 09:44
    Van Oord Bags Iberdrola’s Baltic Wind Project Installation Work

    Van Oord has signed a contract with the Spanish energy company Iberdrola for the Baltic Eagle offshore wind farm. Van Oord will transport and install the foundations and ensure the supply, transport and installation of inter-array cables. With a production capacity of 476 MW, the Baltic Eagle wind farm will deliver renewable energy to 475,000 households while saving nearly 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide annually. It is scheduled to be fully operational by the end of 2024.

    Van Oord plans to deploy its 8,000-tonne heavy-lift installation vessel Svanen to install the 50 foundations. So far, the Svanen has installed more than 700 foundations throughout Europe and the vast majority of monopiles in the Baltic Sea, including those for Baltic 2, Arkona and Kriegers Flak. The offshore works for the Baltic Eagle project will commence in 2023. Van Oord’s cable laying vessel Nexus and trencher Dig-It will be deployed to lay the inter-array cables. Van Oord will customise the Dig-It to ensure that it can handle the challenging soft soil conditions in the Baltic Sea.

    The Baltic Sea holds incredible potential for offshore wind in Europe. Germany and several other countries, including Poland, Sweden and Estonia, are exploring new opportunities for offshore wind there. Iberdrola’s Baltic Hub, located in the German Baltic Sea, will deliver 826 MW by late 2024. Iberdrola Renovables Deutschland GmbH is planning to increase their installed capacity in Germany to more than 1.1 GW by the end of 2026.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  7. forum rang 10 voda 3 augustus 2021 09:45
    Tiel-Waardenburg Dyke Reinforcement Awarded to Van Oord

    The Rivierenland Water Board has awarded the Tiel-Waardenburg dyke reinforcement project to the Mekante Diek consortium, a collaboration between Ploegam, Van Oord and Dura Vermeer. The Waal dyke between Tiel and Waardenburg is to be reinforced over a length of more than 19 kilometres to meet the current safety standard. The three consortium partners have the specialist knowledge and expertise needed to make this project a success. Their combined experience in implementing large-scale dyke reinforcement projects will be deployed to protect the residents of the area against high water on the river Waal after completion. The Waal dyke between Tiel and Waardenburg is part of the Dutch flood protection programme.

    The motto of the tender is ‘smart reinforcement together’. This approach centres on seeking sustainable solutions. One example is the consortium’s choice to transport as much as possible by water. This means that people in the surrounding area will experience less inconvenience in the course of the project. The consortium will also focus on the use of local soil, emission-free execution and the efficient handling of materials. The dyke reinforcement is in line with the client's sustainability targets.

    The Tiel-Waardenburg dyke reinforcement project borders on a Natura 2000 site and a large part of the dyke lies alongside residential areas. The project partly consists of a two-phase contract. For the structural solutions, the optimisations offered will be developed in cooperation with the client to produce the final design. In the second half of 2021, Ploegam, Van Oord and Dura Vermeer will start the design phase of the project in partnership with the Rivierenland Water Board. In 2023, the consortium will start with the implementation, after which the dyke will be high water-safe by October 2026.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  8. forum rang 10 voda 11 augustus 2021 09:03
    Jan De Nul Sells Jack-Up Installation Vessel Taillevent

    With next generation offshore wind farms almost upon us, Jan De Nul Group is selling the Jack-Up Installation Vessel Taillevent. The sale includes the vessel only, with the crew deployed to other Jan De Nul vessels. The decision to sell is a result of the rapid change in future offshore wind component sizes, requiring larger and custom-designed installation vessels during construction.

    Jan De Nul Group has positioned itself for next generation offshore wind, with new vessels under construction including the Voltaire, the world’s tallest jack-up vessel, and the floating installation vessel Les Alizés for heavier components, as well as an extension of the cable-laying fleet with the acquisition of the Connector. Other new build projects are currently being evaluated to further enhance the Jan De Nul Group fleet of installation vessels.

    During her time at Jan De Nul Group, the Taillevent has successfully executed offshore wind projects in Europe and Asia.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  9. forum rang 4 ischav2 11 augustus 2021 11:15

    guusje schreef op 11 augustus 2021 08:46:

    Veel werk de komende tijd voor de waterbouwers kassa vaar Boskalis die gaat daar behoorlijk van profiteren. Die daar nog geen aandelen in heeft zou ik overwegen om daar wat in te beleggen. Ieder zijn mening.

    Heb Boskalis al een tijdje, de bezetting van de vloot is nagenoeg volledig en de toekomst rooskleurig. Nu de koers/winst nog.....
  10. forum rang 10 voda 25 augustus 2021 09:09
    Jan De Nul & EEG Bag Construction Works for Antwerp Jail

    Jan De Nul NV and EEG, together with the design team, will be building the new jail in Antwerp. This project is part of the federal government’s masterplan whereby detention and internment I humane conditions are provided for. The new correctional facility in Antwerp will replace the existing obsolete Begijnenstraat jail after handover early 2025. The new penitentiary will offer space for 440 detainees, divided into 1 unit for 330 men, 1 unit for 66 women and 1 care unit, including a psychiatric ward for 44 persons. The construction of the jail is a public-private partnership where the government partners up with private companies to realise the project. The Hortus Conclusus consortium takes care of the design, construction, funding and maintenance of the new jail. Construction will start in 2022 and will be completed early 2025.

    The construction of this new jail is part of the Detention and Internment in Humane Conditions masterplan. This plan aims at the renovation, expansion and new build of correctional facilities in Belgium. You will find further information about the complete masterplan here.

    The consortium consists of partners Jan De Nul NV and EEG in cooperation with design team Hootsmans architects firm, Arch & Teco, Bureau Bas Smets landscape architects, Ingenium, Defonseca and Envisan.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  11. forum rang 10 voda 26 augustus 2021 08:40
    Cable Laying Vessel Isaac Newton of Jan De Nul Group

    Vineyard Wind, a joint venture between Avangrid Renewables, a subsidiary of AVANGRID Inc and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, announced that Jan De Nul Group, together with its subcontractor JDR Cable Systems part of the TFKable Group, had been selected to supply and install the roughly 130 miles of inter-array cables for the Vineyard Wind 1 project. The 66kV inter-array cables connecting 62 GE Haliade-X turbines will transfer electricity to an offshore substation for transmission to the grid.

    Part of the contract calls for installation support and subsea training to individuals with an electrical background, creating approximately 40 new full-time jobs in Massachusetts to ensure skilled labor is available locally to support the project and its ongoing maintenance, as well as the US wind industry.

    Vineyard Wind 1 is an 800 MW project located 15 miles off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard and will be the first commercial-scale offshore wind project in the United States. The project will generate electricity for more than 400,000 homes and businesses in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and will create 3,600 Full-Time Equivalent job-years over the life of the project, including the more than 500 union construction jobs covered by the recently announced Project Labor Agreement.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  12. forum rang 10 voda 1 september 2021 09:19
    Van Oord Empowering Local Communities in Saly in Senegal

    Saly used to be one of the most popular touristic hotspots of Senegal. Unfortunately, the coastal community suffered from rising sea levels and other negative effects of accelerated climate change. When Van Oord arrived in the area, not many traces were left of the once buzzing holiday destination. The beach was gone, hotels had to use rocks and sand bags to protect themselves against the sea and tourists stayed away. Tourism is the main source of income for its 20,000 inhabitants and therefore its decline due to climate change had disastrous economic consequences. In addition, human interventions such as the construction of a small craft harbour and groynes upstream of the beaches disturbed the longshore sand transport and deposit downstream along Saly’s coast.

    Van Oord was called in to reinforce the coastline and revitalise the area. The project aims to protect people, houses, economic and cultural infrastructure in the region against coastal erosion. During the project, we made sure local stakeholders were involved. We kept the local community informed and we employed local people, so that about 40% of the workforce was Senegalese. Once Van Oord started, locals immediately began using the beach, entrepreneurs set up small businesses again, hundreds of children could safely play on the beach and some even saw a beach for the first time in their lives. Finally, fisherman could work safely again.

    Source - Strategic Research Institute
  13. forum rang 10 voda 23 september 2021 18:12
    DEME tekent contract voor Antwerpse Oosterweelverbinding
    Na aankondiging in januari.

    (ABM FN-Dow Jones) DEME heeft het contract ondertekend voor het omvangrijke project voor de Antwerpse Oosterweelverbinding, dat door het consortium Tijdelijke Maatschap RechterOever COmpleet, oftewel TM ROCO , wordt uitgevoerd. Dit maakte moederholding Ackermans & van Haaren donderdag nabeurs bekend, nadat de aankondiging in januari al werd gedaan.

    De totale waarde van het deel van het project waaraan DEME deelneemt, bedraagt circa 2,35 miljard euro, werd toen al bekend.

    In het consortium TM ROCO zitten verder BAM--Contractors, Besix, CordeelL, Denys, FRANKI--Construct, Jan De Nul, en Willemen--Infra.

    Het Oosterweelverbinding-project bestaat uit meerdere deelprojecten en heeft als doel om de Antwerpse Ringweg sluitend en volledig rond te maken.

    In een reactie eind 2020 liet BAM aan ABM Financial News weten dat het project qua doorlooptijd en ambities niet meer in het selectieve inschrijvingsbeleid van de bouwer past en daarom "louter nog symbolisch is".

    Door: ABM Financial News.

    Redactie: +31(0)20 26 28 999
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