Jan de Nul – Greenlink/Formosa 2 (2022) Project Engineering Inhouse & Onboard Connector

Project description:

Office based work for the first four months of the work for Jan de Nul. The original plan was to work as a Project Engineer for the Greenlink project. Due to delays in the project, this scope changed to various projects within Jan de Nul.

ARC’s scope of work:

First part, consisted of research & study of the average fuel consumption of the cable lay vessels at JDN. Gathered data from previous years provided JDN a better understanding of it’s vessels fuel consumption, allowing for more accurate future tenders.

In the second part, ARC engineer was assigned as a project engineer for a repair scope in Greater Changhua OWF, using Willem de Vlamingh as the work vessel. This consisted in:

  • Develop and write the RAMS (Risk Assessed Method Statements);
  • Develop task plans and story boards;
  • Working together with analysis team to assess feasibility of the work;
  • Project planning and schedule;
  • Logistics.

Vessel based work. After the first months of office based work, ARC engineer joined Connector vessel, as a project engineer.

ARC’s scope of work:

The roles of the project engineer onboard the vessel consisted of:

  • Client and MWS interface;
  • Ensure the crew follow the RAMS as intended;
  • Ensure QA/QC standards are met;
  • MOCs development;
  • Crew changes planning and logistics;
  • Vessel planning: maximizing the vessel working time in an environment were the planning is constantly changing (clients needs, other vessels in the field, weather, etc.);
  • Vessel logistics, ensuring all material necessary for the job is available, port calls, purchases, subcontractors, etc.;
  • Making the vessel’s DPRs (Daily Progress Reports).