Leading offshore services provider, Offshore Marine Management (OMM), has signed a 2year
Frame Work Agreement (FWA) extension with Prysmian Group.
The 2-year FWA, which was agreed to supply a range of offshore support services to compliment Prysmian’s installation capability, was finalised in summer 2017.
OMM’s ability to offer flexible solutions to the highest standards was a major factor in the decision to continue the relationship for a further 2 years, building on the support that OMM has provided Prysmian Group since 2015 across the European market place.
The long-term relationship has seen OMM utilise their innovative new multi-mattress deployment system, MDS3 alongside additional subsea support, vessel management, tower support services,and cable storage.
John Lawton, Director for OMM, said of the agreement
“To finalise another agreement with Prysmian and with options to extend the services and entities it covers is a real testament to the work we do at OMM.
“We have an excellent track-record collaborating with Prysmian and we look forward to further developing the relationship over the coming years in support of their offshore operations. Our
extensive experience in designing and providing appropriate support for such companies is a real strength of OMM.”
OMM have completed a number of projects, including: BorWin3 and CoBrA route clearance, Wikinger and DolWin3 platform operational works, multiple Vessel Management and Cable Storage services. The new Boulder Clearance project is due to commence in Q4 2017 in the West Adlergrunde cluster.
Prysmian Group is world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry. With more than 130 years of experience, the Group works with underground and submarine cables, and systems for power transmission and distribution.
Established in 2003, Bristol based Offshore Marine Management (OMM) is a leading global engineering solution service company, specialising in the delivery of offshore solutions to the offshore renewables, grid, telecommunications and hydrocarbon industries.