Architectural Outfitting

Bilfinger Salamis UK’s architectural department is dedicated to finding creative solutions for difficult spaces. From minor repairs to full scale refurbishment and new builds, creating healthy, safe and prosperous spaces in which to live and work is our primary focus. Through experienced analytical surveying and bespoke design our highly skilled workforce can deliver concept to completion services for marine and offshore environments.

Our capabilities

Interior and Spatial Design

Our design team will deliver professional solutions for simple and complex spaces, improving workforce welfare and tailoring spaces to client specific requirements.

Outfitting and Construction

Marine and offshore installations require more than just ceilings, walls and floors. With an expert workforce of highly skilled and competent personnel, Bilfinger Salamis UK conduct safe and efficient execution of all construction tasks.

Bespoke Furniture

Complex areas are often unproductive and require ingenuity. Bilfinger Salamis UK designs and delivers bespoke furniture to allow our clients to make the best use of their valuable space.

Bed Space Innovation

Bilfinger Salamis UK has developed a number of innovative  ‘plus one’  bed solutions which tie in with recent Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines to increase bed space in existing offshore accommodation modules.

Catering and Galley Equipment

 Experience and expertise means we can handle all aspects of catering equipment contracting from design and installation to maintenance and technical service back-up for the marine and industrial sectors.

Food Counters and Laundries

We offer customers a comprehensive choice of turnkey solutions with independent expert design advice.

Sickbay Upgrade

Bilfinger Salamis UK‘s Architectural Department were tasked to upgrade the existing sickbay onboard an offshore asset.

Solution

The original Sickbay...

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