Spring 2018

JFMS wins major offshore wind farm contract

JFMS has signed a significant, five-year contract to provide marine services for London Array

The James Fisher Marine Services team has built on previous success delivering complex marine and offshore projects, to win a significant new contract for London Array, the world’s largest operational offshore wind farm situated in the Thames Estuary.

This means JFMS will be responsible for balance of plant inspection and maintenance services on London Array’s 175 turbines, its meteorological mast, and statutory inspections on two offshore substations over the next five years.

JFMS will also act as a single source supplier for multiple projects, allowing London Array to benefit from using the wider range of services offered by the James Fisher group.

Martin Myhill Sisley, managing director of JFMS renewables services division says:

‘For some time our focus has been on creating a service that enables our customers to draw on JFMS’ full range of assets and capabilities to deliver, through a single contracting interface, a fully-integrated solution.

‘We’re delighted to have been chosen by London Array. The length of this contract means we can focus on long term operational efficiencies, cost reduction and improve overall uptime.’

London Array is the leading supplier of clean energy to the UK, generating enough power for nearly 500,000 homes.

Jonathan Duffy, general manager at London Array, adds:

‘We look forward to working with James Fisher - we have been impressed with the comprehensive range of solutions, the ability to deliver innovative and bespoke services, as well as the company’s strong QHSE record, and its commitment to excellence.’

Being part of the James Fisher group allows JFMS to provide its customers with a wide range of solutions that is unrivalled in the offshore renewables industry, to support the safe, timely and cost-effective delivery of challenging offshore projects.

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