Sif Joins Dragados in Tyra Jackets Project

A view of Tyra East in the Danish North Sea

Dragados Offshore and Sif Netherlands have signed a contract for the supply of legs, caissons, and piles for the two jackets of the Tyra future development project.

Earlier this year, Dragados Offshore won a contract from Mærsk Oil and Gas for the Tyra East G & Tyra East H jackets.

Dragados Offshore’s scope of work includes project management, HSEQ management, procurement, construction (ePC), preservation, preparation for sail-away including load-out, sea-fastening and handover of the Tyra jackets TEG (jacket for the process and utility platform) and TEH (jacket for the accommodation platform).

Both jackets will be installed in the Danish part of the North Sea, 225 km west of Esbjerg. The weight of the TEG jacket is approximately 6.300 tons & the TEH jacket weighs close to 4,000 tons (both excluding piles).

The jackets have a height of 70 meters and have a footprint of 52 x 30 meters and 32 x 30 meters respectively.

The project will be carried out in Dragados Offshore’s facilities in Puerto Real, Cadiz, Spain. According to Dragados, the jackets are scheduled to leave its premises in the spring of 2020.

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