HB Rentals Installation While Underway

Thursday, February 25, 2010
Photo courtesy Foster Marketing Communications

Accommodations specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, installed a six-building accommodations package on the Siem Dorado vessel for use in the Gulf of Mexico.  In order to help the client stay on schedule, HB Rentals completed the installation while the vessel was in transit.

The package includes six ABS- and USCG-compliant twelve-man sleeper units, which will be stacked two high and three wide.  HB will also install platforms, stairways, gas detection, pressure sets, sewage treatment systems, lift pumps, transformers and distribution panels to accompany the buildings. These units will be used for six months at an estimated value of $815,000.

(www.hbrental.com)
 

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