In our latest project for energy company Orsted, Axis Solutions provided the fit-out for a new build facility to support an off-shore wind farm.
The new facilities in Barrow-In-Furness provide support for Orsted’s West of Wallney Extension Windfarm. Based on our knowledge and experience from previous installations, we were given the task of designing the new warehouse, with pallet racking, shelving systems and mesh partitioning.
This was the first site where we also designed and installed office furniture into their new offices. This included new height adjustable desks, storage units, canteen furniture, reception furniture and meeting rooms. In addition we designed bespoke heavy duty lockers for the engineers that go offshore and use heavy kit bags.
The new build industrial fit-out project gave us the opportunity to demonstrate our space designing expertise and to draw on our existing detailed knowledge of the business. Orsted is a longstanding customer, and we’ve been working wit them since 2011.
Orsted is the new name for Dong Energy, a Danish oil and gas company that have taken a new name to demonstrate their focus on Green Energy. They are a global leader in offshore wind energy.
Orsted develop, construct and operate multiple offshore wind farms across Europe, and are gradually expanding our global presence. In the UK alone, Orsted have nine operational offshore wind farms and offer green electricity to UK businesses.
Here at Axis Solution we have played our part in Orsted’s UK growth, working with them on previously on projects in Barrow-in-Furness at their West of Duddon Sands O&M facility, Grimsby (Westermost Rough O&M facility), Liverpool (Burbo Bank) and London Array in Essex.
The project was carried out between July and November 2017 and the total value of the project was over £260,000.