Bjorge Wins More Sleipner Work
An existing contract won by Bjorge ASA through its Bjorge Norcoat AS subsidiary for conversion of cabins on Sleipner A in the North Sea has been expanded by operator Statoil.
Embracing options for converting wing cabins and bathrooms, this extra work is due to be carried out with the platform in full operation, begins at once and will be completed next year.
The options which have now been exercised are worth roughly NOK 6 million in total for Bjorge Norcoat.
With the main emphasis on the architecture discipline, this multidisciplinary EPCI contract covers engineering, procurement, construction and installation as well as commissioning.
It confirms the company’s position in outfitting/architecture on the Norwegian continental shelf, and provides a good basis for further growth and development in these disciplines.
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