The Triton Knoll Offshore Construction Services (OCS) team has moved into their new facilities at Grimsby’s Royal Dock, establishing an HQ for offshore construction next year.
The OCS base will manage offshore technicians, crews, and specialist vessels, including service operations vessels and crew transfer vessels which are together helping build the 857MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm, from Q1 2020, off the coast of Lincolnshire.
Triton Knoll is also progressing with the construction of the larger Operations & Maintenance base office and separate warehousing facilities.
The developer is continuing to recruit for latest vacancies on the project, which will also be based out of the new Grimsby facilities.
Triton Knoll will comprise 90 MHI Vestas turbines, each with a maximum installed capacity of 9.5MW, installed some 32km off the Lincolnshire coast. The wind farm is owned by innogy, J-Power, and Kansai Electric Power.