2018 has already proved to be a busy year for Red7Marine with the continued progress on many large scale projects including the Thames Tideway Tunnel super sewer. Red7Marine is delighted to announce the upcoming delivery of its newest jack-up barge, the Eurojack 3620 which will enter the near shore construction market in Summer 2018.
This new addition to Red7Marine’s already extensive fleet will help to bolster its marine access solutions across the civil engineering and renewables sectors. This multi-purpose monohull jack-up barge has been designed to have a maximum deck load of 550 tonnes and has a leg length of 48m. Ideally suited for working in the near-shore renewables sector on shore end cable landing projects or for operations on major civil engineering projects.
The barge has been built and is currently being painted in Poland before it travels to Holland for final fit out where its jacking legs and hydraulic systems will be added.
Nick Offord, CEO at Red7Marine, comments: “We are looking to grow our range of barges in 2018/2019 and the addition of the Eurojack 3620 to our fleet will help us do this. We have an experienced team and we are committed to investing in the necessary equipment to ensure we can provide the most efficient service to our clients. With the construction and renewables industries rapidly growing we look forward to putting the Eurojack 3620 to work!”