We start every project by working with the client to discover the underlying problems, restrictions, and requirements in place. Our design ethos is to create a simple, robust, and cost-effective solution that meets your requirements – we can only achieve this through an in depth and unequivocal understanding of the project.
Our team of in-house Marine Engineers, Design Engineers and Lloyds Register approved fabricators will work together to create a solution which best meets the requirements and restrictions of the project. We will then present preliminary concepts, usually in the form of a 3D model. When all the final elements are approved and all parties are happy, the final designs are agreed and signed off.
The customised nature of what we do means that on most occasions, we build a full-size prototype from carbon steel, allowing us to test the system in a real-world environment. Once the system has been tested and proven, construction can begin.
By having our team of craftsman and fabricators involved through the design process, there is a seamless transition into the construction phase. Our Lloyd’s Register approved work force use only the highest quality materials to bring the project to life. Regular client communication on progress and developments allow us to ensure we meet every deadline and stay within the strictest of budgets.
Our dedication to quality and workmanship has resulted in the development of on-site testing facilities. We use these to replicate real world environments and ensure the delivery of a guaranteed system. Another integral part of the commissioning stage is our as-building process. To ensure the system is a perfect fit – we use 3D scanning equipment to create an exact digital measurement of the system, which will be sent to the client for final approval.