Danos’ Amelia-based custom fabrication yard recently completed the interconnect piping and production deck extension for a client’s deepwater platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The deck’s installation was the culmination of a two-year process in which Danos worked closely with the client to design and fabricate the 165 t, fully-integrated production deck extension.
“This project is a great example of how our integrated line of services benefits our customers,” said Mark Danos, vice president of project services. “We’re proud to have met or exceeded every delivery fabrication milestone with zero recordable safety incidents.”
Several Danos service lines supported the project, including fabrication, project management, automation, scaffolding, construction and coatings. In addition to the deck structure, 550 pipe spools were fabricated, with more than 100 installed on the extension. The automated services division supplied panel fabrication, while the project management team coordinated the planning and support of the workpack.
Following the installation and completion of the project, the customer recognised Danos for achieving ‘Quad Zero.’ This means that throughout the 100 000 project man-hours, the company logged zero recordable safety incidents, zero lost time, zero work days and zero motor vehicle accidents.
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
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