CWind has won a contract to supply rigging and cable pull-in services to CT Offshore to support their cable laying project at DONG Energy’s Gode Wind 1 & 2 offshore wind farms.
Under the contract, CWind will support the pull-in of the cables at all 97 turbines as well as those connecting the array to the substation.
Following extensive cable pull-in experience at offshore wind farms such as West of Duddon Sands, Gwynt y Môr and Greater Gabbard in the UK, this is CWind’s first contract to provide this service in German waters.
Brian Barkholt, Project Manager at CT Offshore, said: “We have worked with CWind on a number of contracts now and are very pleased with the quality of work they deliver. They understand our requirements exactly, which is essential if, like us, you want to deliver a successful cable laying operation on time and on budget.”
Peter Jorgensen, Managing Director CWind, added: “This is a significant contract win for CWind, we are delighted to be asked to work with CT Offshore again, underscoring the high quality of our service and execution. We look forward to making the most of this excellent opportunity for our teams to build on our extensive experience in the UK to support our clients in a new market.”