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MarineSpace’s Geoscience Team knows how important it is to understand site ground conditions, whether that be to inform cable burial, foundation design, or post-construction seabed scour. Therefore, our objective is to assist our clients in understanding the geology of their site, and the geotechnical implications of this for their project.
We are a multidisciplinary team, with backgrounds in geotechnical engineering, geophysics and geology, sedimentology and hydrography. Working together, with our clients, we are able to confront challenges and produce robust and cost-effective solutions. Our experience is broad and includes cables and pipelines, foundations and jack up installation. We produce targeted technical reports and broader scale integrated ground models depending on the needs of individual clients.
With extensive experience across project lifecycles from desk top studies, to pre-installation surveys and installation, we assess the likely issues along a route, or at a site, and propose solutions that work technically, environmentally and financially for our clients. Our staff can provide definitive advice on the best approach for each unique challenge faced by a project at a micro, macro and project level scale.
Cable route assessments are supported by:
MarineSpace can also supply a full range of geotechnical engineering advice, including FEED; scoping and feasibility assessments; stability assessments for rock berms; scour protection; and installation/burial equipment.
To work collaboratively with our clients, and with due
consideration for the sensitivity of the marine environment,
to provide consistently high quality, reliable advice regarding the planning,
consenting, development, operation and monitoring of their sites.
MarineSpace is proud to be a member of, or registered with, the following organisations:
Our permitting, consenting and compliance services ensure our clients approach their projects armed with relevant advice, guidance and support throughout the project timeline