ABS to Host Offshore Wind Seminar

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

ABS Group will host an Offshore Wind Farm Projects Seminar on October 8 at ABS House, 1 Frying Pan Ally in London.

ABS Group advisors who are involved in solving technical issues in offshore projects will share their experience regarding issues throughout the entire life cycle of a project. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss industry wide technical issues, particularly in structural engineering, asset integrity management and risk management with ABS Group experts during the interactive sessions.

Workshops will address safety engineering, risk management, quality engineering and technical specifications and the seminar will include discussions of the following topics: status overview of European offshore market, condition monitoring strategies, structural integrity involving grouted connection and welding integrity, foundation manufacturing quality management and importance of risk management.

ABS Group engineers and inspectors have been at the forefront of wind and renewable energy technology for more than a decade providing practical project management, design verification, certification and engineering solutions to the global market with the local and site-specific understanding of the environmental, regulatory and economic challenges affecting the asset's lifecycle.

 

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