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Blog Offshore Infrastructure Operations and Maintenance Our operations and maintenance services help ensure that your offshore infrastructure performs properly, safely and achieves your economic objectives throughout its service life Operations and maintenance activities eliminate and reduce a variety of technical issues and constraints that prevent offshore infrastructure from performing properly and achieving sustainability.
Even the most resilient offshore infrastructure cannot operate efficiently without being properly maintained with periodic inspections, repair and maintenance during its service life.
Operations and maintenance strategy and optimisation for offshore infrastructure demands specialist expertise and relevant experience. We ensure that all aspects of your project are fully investigated and realistically assessed to help formulate strategy and optimise operation and maintenance programmes.
As your projects develop our operations and maintenance strategies help optimise and improve the management of key risk factors and reduce the possibility of unexpected operational costs. Our operations and maintenance services analyse offshore installation programmes that look at historical statistics and data to establish ideal installation timelines based on projected weather windows.
This allows our clients the ability to better negotiate installation contracts. We also help you source and select ideal vessels for your survey and installation campaigns based on project constraints and regulatory requirements.
Intertek provides marine surveying services to acquire, manage and review surveys that verify the condition of existing operational assets. We also help our clients understand marine and construction safety standards to ensure the protection of both workers and marine ecology. Intertek helps clients prepare realistic emergency response plans and in the event of damage occurring, can provide client representation to oversee repair operations.
Our offshore Infrastructure operations and maintenance services also include: Marine planning including licencing and permitting Protection of sensitive habitats Sediment studies including environmental modelling Cable de-burial Cable repair method statement development Fiber optic cables repair Asset data management and visualisation solutions Need help or have a question?
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