Mammoet participates in constructing the world’s first floating wind farm

By Paul Dvorak The company says it found an way that would only require a 1,100 ton crane, allowing us it do the job more efficiently.
Mammoet recently completed the assembly of the first five test turbines that will be used at Hywind Scotland Pilot Park, the world’s first floating wind farm situated at Buchan Deep, 25 kilometers off the east coast of Scotland. The turbines were assembled at the NorSea Group’s Stordbase yard at Stord, Norway. Mammoet was contracted by NorSea Group AS for the lifting and transport operations conducted onshore at the yard.
Expertise in turbine assembly
Apart from the lifting and transport activities

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