What we provide
With the offshore wind industry rapidly developing, new requirements arise for the port industry and for several other sectors related thereto. While many ports are historically characterised by locally typical commodities, the offshore wind industry’s requirements for port infrastructure often distinguish from this traditional picture.
With the intent to adopt existing port infrastructure to the offshore wind industry’s requirements, the local operator, land-lord or tenant needs to provide for proper terminal resources fit for the handling and storage of high and heavy offshore wind components.
At this point, Buss Offshore Solution offers its broad know-how and experience as an offshore wind terminal operator for the preparation of a suitable offshore terminal development plan. Such assistance may be provided for existing or new (greenfield) terminal facilities.
Determination of infrastructure requirements, such as:
- Quay length and area
- Storage area
- Load bearing capacitates
- Heavy duty platforms
- Electrical connections on site
- Jack-up conditions
Determination of operational requirements, such as:
- On-site traffic management concept
- Security concept (ISPS conformity)
- Quantity and type of cargo handling equipment