HB Rentals Supplies Shenzi Platform

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Accommodations specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, will provide a two-building accommodations package for the Shenzi tension leg platform (TLP) in the Gulf of Mexico. The package will consist of two ABS- and USCG-compliant eight-man sleeper units with a .3 bar blast rating, which will be stacked to conserve deck space on the platform. HB Rentals’ accommodations feature unique linkable corridors that also allow for side egresses from the building package. HB Rentals will also provide entry platforms, stairways, a cage ladder, gas detection, lifting slings and power cords to accompany the buildings. These units will be used for 24 months at an estimated value of $400,000.

(www.hbrental.com)
 

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