TWD Develops Tubular Piling Gate for New Wharf Project in Port of Dundee
To provide marshalling space for the Neart Na Gaoeithe offshore wind farm, GRAHAM Civil Engineering has built a 171-meter extension of the Caledon East Wharf at the Port of Dundee. The new wharf helps increase the offshore wind capacity of Scotland.
TWD developed the installation method of the 126-pile grid and a self-supporting piling gate. Two gates were fabricated to further speed the piling campaign. The double-level gate was positioned against the previously installed pile and was repositioned in a single crane lift which sped up the piling rate.
Our close collaboration with GRAHAM Civil Engineering resulted in a smart construction project.
- Method engineering to define an efficient construction solution
- Double-level tubular pile gate
- Supported on previously installed piles
- Single crane lift repositioning
TWD Proved Higher MP Friction
Over the course of the last years TWD developed an advanced friction measurement method and probabilistic verification of monopile stability during transit.
ALE completes innovative and cost-effective marine scope on world’s biggest offshore wind farm project
ALE has used their offshore engineering expertise to complete their full scope of work on one of the biggest offshore wind farms in the world, Ørsted’s Hornsea Project One.