Sønderborg Affald Looks for Lillebælt Syd OWF Geotech Surveyor

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Sønderborg Affald has invited geotechnical survey services providers to bid for work on the proposed Lillebælt Syd wind farm offshore Denmark.

The work is part of the initial investigations alongside an environmental impact assessment, authorized by the Danish Energy Agency in June this year.

The Lillebælt Syd nearshore wind farm is planned for total installed capacity of up to 160 MW, with 20 to 44 wind turbines of 3.6 MW – 8 MW each.

The foundations, still to be determined, can either be monopiles, gravity based foundations or suction buckets.

The objective of the works is to verify the ground conditions investigated by the geophysical survey and to establish design parameters for the geo-technical design of the foundations.

The work is divided in 3 interlinked task:

— Offshore geo-technical borings with soil and core drilling incl. CPT Vibocores, and reporting;

— Laboratory test and extracted samples, and reporting;

— Interpretative reporting and geo-technical design parameters.

The final reporting is scheduled for May 2018.

The last call for tenders is January 23, 2018.

 

 

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