Offshore Equipment Contract for HB Rentals

Press Release
Thursday, April 04, 2013

HB Rentals wins an A60-ABS-approved, 10-building package to accommodate 58 personnel on a fixed platform off the coast of Trinidad.

In addition to the 58 beds, HB Rentals also supplied the galley, diner, laundry facilities and medic’s room as well as the generators; electrical distribution system; water maker and storage system; sewage treatment equipment; stairs; and platforms. The units, outfitted at HB Rentals’ Broussard, La., facility, were shipped via ocean freight to HB Rentals’ Trinidad facility.

“Through the combined efforts of both the Trinidad and US team members, this was a successful design, installation and commissioning package,” said Jude Primeaux, Director – Offshore Operations. “With projects like this one that aggregate the skills of people in different regions, it is integral that teams are able to work together to get the project done in an efficient and timely manner.”

HB Rentals is the world’s largest supplier of temporary onshore and offshore accommodation modules, operating from two major global hubs in Broussard, La., and Aberdeen, Scotland.

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