- Critical path flare scope during TAR, involving the inspection of pipe work structural steel.
- Removal of obsolete pipe work and steel work including a half landing structure.
- Installation of new pipe work and steel work.
- Removal of cladding from 12" line from underside of flare weather deck.
- Fabric maintenance.
- Installation of ClockSpring to other pipe work sections.
- Critical path scope for TAR.
- Time constrained.
- Requirement to work multiple work faces simultaneously.
- Personnel physically in water (exposure to cold, buffeting from swell).
- Project required a spread of skills in a small team.
- Isolation of work site.
- Availability of competent material applicators (ClockSpring)
- Removal of half landing in same time frame.
- Select experienced and competent team.
- Verify competence in core skills.
- Train all team members in support functions for complete flexibility and rotation of team at worksite.
- New training to ensure all tasks could be completed (ClockSpring) safely and competently.
- Use of Netting to facilitate multiple work areas.
- Working in daylights hours.
- Compiled a plan including lift plans to remove the half landing.
- Project and resources were managed and closed out completely by AquaTerra personnel both on and offshore.
- No requirement to change out personnel.
- Ability to rotate personnel eliminated non-productive time - maximised weather windows of opportunity, increased utilisation and productivity (wrench time).
- Built-in redundancy - multiple personnel trained and interchangeable.
- No requirement for third party support.
- Reduced bed space requirements.
- Removal of half landing during the time frame saved the client the necessity of another TAR.
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