Temporary Works Design (TWD)
Temporary Works Design (TWD) creates custom-designed structures and tools to help you perform your offshore or heavy civil installation projects safely and on time. You can regard TWD as your problem solver, the reliable partner that provides cost-effective and suitable solutions, regardless of the time frame or the complexity of the challenge.
Handling delicate cargo and equipment sometimes requires more advanced rigging to perform a safe lift without damaging the item. We have an extensive track record in the design of a wide variety of lifting tools. You can acquire us for the design of a simple spreader beam or frame, up to advanced tools equipped with sensors and hydraulic components. A great example of a TWD lifting tool design is the Secondary Steel Cage (SSC) Lifting tool for GeoSea’s Kentish Flats extension. This tool enabled GeoSea to install SSC’s to within a millimeter of precision without any damage to Monopile or SSC.
In addition to the design, TWD can also arrange the fabrication and certification as well, so your lifting tool can be ready to use in a short amount of time. With a lifting tool by TWD you can be sure to have a safe and fit-for-purpose lifting operation.
Selecting TWD as your partner will complement your project team’s capabilities and facilitate successful project executions.
We can assist you with all kinds of lifting tools and sequences for the challenges in your lifting operations in every environment
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800t Monopiles for Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm
Hammock for flexible and safe monopile transport – Interview with Thijs Roethof of TWD
TWD has designed a hammock to support monopiles during transport. This innovative seafastening is suitable for monopiles with a diameter between 7 and 11 metres. In addition, it divides the forces on the tube more evenly. This allows contractors to safely transport various wind turbine monopiles with a thinner and therefore more vulnerable wall thickness. An interview with Thijs Roethof of TWD.