Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) is a world leading marine contractor in the international offshore oil and gas and renewables industry. HMC excels at transporting, installing and removing offshore facilities.
HMC manages the entire supply chain of offshore construction, from design through to completion. Headquartered in Leiden, our services encompass engineering, planning, logistics, project management and execution of projects all over the world.
We are proud of our excellence in engineering and project management, our passionate workforce and a fleet that includes formidable heavy lift and construction vessels.
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Tackling big challenges at work every day. We work on large scale projects, often in trying circumstances. Our expertise in this field has made us a leader in the offshore industry. Do you think you'd feel at home in the dynamic working environment that is Heerema Marine Contractors, and in the offshore and marine industries? Then check out our opportunities.
Parkwind, Heerema Marine Contractors and MHI Vestas announce a revolutionary construction methodology for Arcadis Ost 1. The announcement of the first floating WTG installation for Arcadis Ost 1 followed by the signing of a conditional agreement for turbine supply between Parkwind and MHI Vestas marked the first day of the Wind Europe conference in Copenhagen. Parkwind’s German Arcadis Ost 1 project will be the first offshore wind farm that will make use of a floating vessel for the installation of Wind Turbine Generators. This achievement is the result of a year-long joint development between Parkwind, Heerema Marine Contractors and MHI Vestas Offshore Wind.
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Heerema Marine Contractors will provide its crane vessels with clean energy. By switching off the diesel generators, total emissions will be reduced by the equivalent of the annual emissions of approximately 5,000 diesel cars. Eneco will supply power from the wind farm on Landtong Rozenburg. Heerema's crane vessels are often moored in the Calandkanaal in Rotterdam. The use of clean energy reduces noise and air pollution, significantly reduces CO2 emissions and improves the quality of life in Rozenburg and Maassluis.
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Heerema’s SSCV Sleipnir, the world’s largest crane vessel, completed a 15,300 tonnes lift this weekend, installing the topsides for Noble Energy’s Leviathan development in the Mediterranean.This sets a world record: lifting a module of 15,300 tonnes was never done by a crane vessel before.
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