Harlyn Solutions has concluded its crucial role in the 882MW Moray West offshore wind project off the Scottish coast, notably supporting the transportation and installation of two Offshore Substation Platforms (OSPs). The company facilitated the movement of these structures from the Tyne of Newcastle to the Port of Nigg in Scotland.
Ocean Winds, the project developer, entrusted Harlyn Solutions with this essential task, acknowledging their expertise in marine logistical engineering. Additionally, Harlyn was assigned the responsibility of monopile cleaning as part of its contribution to the project.
Harlyn Solutions' Managing Director, Hamish Adamson, expressed pride in the team's accomplishment, stating, “I am immensely proud of the Harlyn team for successfully completing the scope of work for the Moray West wind farm project, contributing significantly to its progress. I am thrilled by our team's dedication and support in realizing this milestone. Harlyn remains committed to excellence in renewable energy, and we look forward to continued engineering-led solutions we provide to our clients.”
Pete Geddes, Moray West Project Director, praised Harlyn Solutions' contribution, saying, “Harlyn has provided an excellent contribution to the Moray West project. Harlyn's commitment to safety and efficiency has been exemplary, and together with a flexible approach to project needs have ensured a seamless and successful execution of the scope. Their expertise has been an invaluable asset to the project's progress.”