Winter 2016

JFMS raises stakes at Rampion

James Fisher Marine Services has been awarded the design, manufacture and installation contract for a temporary holding pontoon.

James Fisher Marine Services has been awarded the design, manufacture and installation contract for a temporary 'holding pontoon' to be used during the peak construction phases of the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm on the South coast of England.

The 120m pontoon, which has been designed to accommodate up to 13 crew transfer vessels (or similar), is currently in fabrication. It is lined up for installation at the current 'RoRo 2' berth at the Port of Newhaven early in 2017.

"We are among many divisions within JFMS now working closely with the teams at Rampion and this opportunity allows us to prove our expertise at delivering a turnkey solution when presented with tight deadlines."

Says Lucas Lowe-Houghton, bid manager at JFMS.

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