DDW delivers Self Elevating Platform

Monday, April 16, 2012
Drydocks World, the established international player in ship repair, conversion and new building announced today that it has delivered Self Elevating Platform Samrat to the owner, Mumbai, India-based AFCONS Infrastructure. The Platform  was built at Drydocks World – Dubai shipyard. The Self Elevating Platform is intended for use for construction and maintenance of port jetties, geo surveys with an option of mounting drills, piling operations and pile load testing. The applications are also being looked at a diversified field of oil and gas for the repair and maintenance of offshore platforms and well heads.  “Our business strategy of supporting the oil and gas industry with needs-based vessels and platforms with best-in-class sophisticated capabilities has worked well for everyone. We are delighted to have completed the construction of this  platform as per requirements and within the agreed schedule. We believe in continuous improvement as part of constant endeavor to achieve operational excellence.  A high standard of safety, quality and environmental management is  involved in all our operations,” said Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World.  The Platform is 45 metres long and 25 metres wide having the gross tonnage is 1557. The scope of work at the yard involved detailed engineering, procurement and construction. The Platform is constructed with four Spud legs each 60 metres  long.  It can be jacked up with four spuds and a jacking system and has an elevated weight of 2928 tonnes approximately. It is equipped with a MANITOWOC crane, six mooring winches, two gen sets and three engines, which provide power to the  hydraulic systems.

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