Bilfinger Salamis UK Limited

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Renewables - Wind

Bilfinger Salamis UK operates on blades, transition pieces, towers and substations to deliver improved productivity, reduced asset downtime and lower cost maintenance through integrated Inspect, Repair and Maintain (IRM) strategies with multi-skilled teams.

As the wind energy sector matures, and turbine and substation assets reach the end of their warranty periods, operators need to have the assurance that their asset maintenance regimes are cost effective. The delivery of safe maintenance operations and reduced OPEX is vital to ensuring the long term success of the sector.

Bilfinger Salamis UK has over 40 years’ experience in delivering inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) services to the energy industry. With over 1,500 offshore operatives, the company delivers complex offshore inspection and maintenance projects across the UK.

As one of the UK’s largest rope access employers, the business has capacity to deliver integrated inspection, cleaning, repair and maintenance, combining disciplines to provide clients with ‘find and fix’ teams that reduce the number of contractors, asset downtime, and the number of mobilisations to assets.

By combining blade, tower, transition piece and foundation inspection with coatings and structural repair services, these specialist rope access teams can drive down maintenance costs, adding in complementary services such as specialist cleaning for marine growth removal, EX electrical inspections, and lifting and rigging. 

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International Experience

Bilfinger is a leading player in the offshore renewables sector, having supported the construction and installation of some of Europe’s largest wind farms, including London Array, Thanet, Sandbank, and Horns Rev 2.

With expertise in the design, manufacture and installation of offshore foundations in the North Sea and Baltic Sea, the company has been involved in the construction and installation of more than 630 foundations for wind turbines, metering masts and substations to date with clients such as Dong Energy, Vattenfall, Siemens and E.ON.

 

Kenny Badenoch

Kenny Badenoch

General Manager
Great Yarmouth

Telefon: +44 1502 509954

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Sandbank

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Bilfinger successfully installed 72 foundations for the Sandbank offshore wind park, 90 kilometres west of the island of Sylt in the German North Sea

Work on the €100 million project began in summer 2015 and was completed on schedule in February 2016.

The wind park is jointly executed by Vattenfall and Stadtwerke München, the municipal utilities department of the city of Munich.

Bilfinger successfully installed 72 foundations for the Sandbank offshore wind park, 90 kilometres west of the island of Sylt in the German North Sea

Work on the €100 million project began in summer 2015 and was completed on schedule in February 2016.

The wind park is jointly executed by Vattenfall and Stadtwerke München, the municipal utilities department of the city of Munich.

London Array

London Array show reference

In a joint venture with Per Aarsleff, Bilfinger constructed the foundations for 175 wind turbines and two substations at London Array wind park for Dong Energy and E.ON,.

The order included the design, prefabrication and installation of monopiles up to 60 meters long, approximately 20 to 35 kilometres from the UK coast.

London Array is one of the largest offshore wind farm project in the world - 341 turbines produce 1,000 MW of electricity – enough to meet the needs of 750,000 homes or a quarter of Greater London.

In a joint venture with Per Aarsleff, Bilfinger constructed the foundations for 175 wind turbines and two substations at London Array wind park for Dong Energy and E.ON,.

The order included the design, prefabrication and installation of monopiles up to 60 meters long, approximately 20 to 35 kilometres from the UK coast.

London Array is one of the largest offshore wind farm project in the world - 341 turbines produce 1,000 MW of electricity – enough to meet the needs of 750,000 homes or a quarter of Greater London.