Subsea fabrication & repair
InterMoor’s extensive facilities offer clients subsea fabrication and repair services, serving the Gulf of Mexico and beyond.
Strategically situated in the heart of the offshore Gulf of Mexico market, InterMoor’s fabrication facility in Morgan City, Louisiana, ensures that equipment is delivered with the shortest lead times.
The expanded fabrication facility spans two buildings with a total 30,000 sq. ft. fabrication area, containing 5-20 tonne capacity overhead cranes, A DAVI model 3060, four-roll, fully hydraulic plate rolling machine and a 2,250 sq. ft. computer numerical control (CNC) workspace.
The facility also boasts A new KOIKE ARONSON Model 3100 cutting machine with Hypertherm Edge-Pro and Koike Drive Interface with operator console, along with a water cutting table and Carlton radial arm drill press.
Delivered by InterMoor
InterMoor designs, supplies and deploys technically advanced mooring systems and provides rig-move and back-of-the-boat installation services worldwide.
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Acteon solutions can simplify the interface between Acteon and customers that need more than one of its operating companies’ products or services to address their subsea challenges, whatever their scale and complexity. Each combination is packaged as a customer-specific integrated service and delivered through a single Acteon point of contact under a single contract.
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