Briggs Marine Gets SSE Hydro Contract

Laxman Pai
Thursday, August 15, 2019

UK-based marine services company Briggs Marine Contractors (BMC) has been awarded a framework agreement for the underwater inspection and maintenance of SSE Hydro and thermal power generation sites.

Under the contract, the company will provide services throughout Scotland and the United Kingdom for three years.

The Briggs Marine Dive Team, who are approved for in-water inspection by ABS, Lloyds Register, and DNV-GL, has extensive experience working in remote and challenging locations and will be bringing their collective skills and knowledge to this contract by delivering a sustainable and cost effective solution to the client.

Craig English, Director of Subsea Services with Briggs Marine said: “Briggs are excited to be consolidating our relationship with the SSE Group and we look forward to providing our expertise to the contract”.

Briggs Marine offer a range of services across the marine industry including; subsea cable repair, installation and maintenance, marine survey, vessel management, oil spill response, moorings, skilled manpower and aids to navigation.

The Company has operational bases throughout the UK, Falkland Islands, Azerbaijan and Canada.

Categories: Underwater Engineering Subsea Contract Inspection & Repair & Maintenance

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