Project updates

In December 2013, Dong launched the Race Bank wind farm project off the eastern coast of England.

Piles of 13.500 Metric tons of high grade steel in length of 78 meter with a solid wall thickness of 105 mm!
Total Sif contribution to the Culzean field is over 25.000 Metric tons.
Watch the impressive video about the Culzean development.

Despite an extremely challenging schedule, Sif was able to deliver all monopiles to Rampion on time. 

Entirely according to schedule, last month saw the installation and commissioning of the first three Siemens 6-MW turbines in Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, which are now providing electricity to almost 6,000 UK households. 

The first segments for the BLUE Hammer by Fistuca BV, which Sif is manufacturing in collaboration with Huisman, are ready at Maasvlakte 2. The hammer will be the world's largest pile-driver hammer, being specially designed to drive the largest monopiles in the world.

Since early April, the crane vessel Oleg Strashnov has been installing foundations for the Dudgeon wind farm, located 32 km off the coast of the seaside town of Cromer in North Norfolk (UK).