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Scope of Work
Cianbro completed the construction of two, 12,000-ton, offshore, semi-submersible, oil drilling vessels.   

Project Details
  • Transported drilling rig components via barge and tow from the Gulf of Mexico to Casco Bay, Maine
  • Aligned and welded the 5,500-ton deck box of each rig onto four columns that were sitting on a pair of pontoons 
  • Installed mechanical equipment and associated piping
  • Installed electrical cabling, instrumentation, and associated equipment 
  • Performed structural work
  • Installed all control and propulsion systems
  • Completed mechanical installation and pre-commissioning of the drilling equipment
  • Tested and commissioned all on-board systems and drilling equipment
  • Applied corrosion prevention coating
  • Outfitted living quarters for a 115-person crew
  • Conducted sea trials during the commissioning phase
“These two rigs are every bit as good as those built in Korea, by one of the premier shipyards in the world.”
Derek Leach, Project Director Petrodrill
  

Unique Challenge



As the first U.S. company to employ the “floatover” mating process, the Cianbro team submerged the pontoons while moving and aligning the 5,500-ton deck box onto the columns to successfully complete the mating phase of construction. Cianbro self-performed all core competencies to complete the final phase of this fast-track project. 

Project Information

Owner:
Petrodrill

Type of Project:
Ship Building / Offshore

Construction Schedule:
Completed June 2004

Location:
Portland, ME
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