Total E&P Nederland BV contracted Conbit to lift two sets of accommodation units onto the K6-P platform located in the Dutch Continental Shelf of the North Sea.
The deck crane cannot provide the lifting capacity to lift below the helideck. Other equipment, such as the crane vessels, faced the same problem. This helped convince involved parties to consider Conbit’s lifting solution.
So, using a temporary lifting system, the Conbit team lifted the accommodation unit into position below the helideck.
The pieces of equipment used to lift the Living quarters weighing 44 MT and the brace frame weighing 3.2MT
consisted of the following:
The lifting operation at the K6-P started after the team completed the safety briefing. Preparations were made and finalized before the accommodation unit arrived at the job site.
The lifting went according to plan. The team safely secured the load to the platform at the end of the day.
Rope access technicians were required to install the lifting devices and support the lifting operation. Rope access makes jobs safer and more time and cost-efficient. Conbit is proud to provide these services with competent and well-trained staff. With special lifting, rope access makes even the most challenging lifts possible.