In April 2016, the second of Hornbeck’s newly completed offshore service vessels, the Woodland HOS, was berthed at Theodore Industrial Port. One of four previously offloaded MacGregor cranes was brought out of off-berth storage using 44 lines of SPMTs (self-propelled modular transporters). Core’s heavy-lift crane was then used to load and install the 550-ton crane onto the Woodland HOS. The install required both welding and electrical crews.
In March 2016, the Scarbabe was berthed at Theodore Industrial Port. Approximately 50,000 metric tons of scrap metal was loaded onto the vessel to be shipped to Korea. This shipload of scrap was part of an ongoing project with a Greenville-based recycling company.
The heavy-lift services required for Subsea 7’s Murphy Dalmation Project were also completed at Theodore Industrial Port in February 2016. Several umbilical reels were loaded onto Subsea 7 vessels for transport to a field in the Gulf of Mexico.
In February 2016, the heavy-lift services required for Subsea 7’s Shell Stone Project were completed at Theodore Industrial Port. A heavy-lift crane was used to load umbilical reels from off-berth storage onto a vessel provided by Subsea 7 for transport to Shell’s Stone Oil Field located in the Gulf of Mexico.
In January 2016, Theodore Industrial Port began finalizing the Hornbeck MacGregor Crane Project. As part of this phase, the first of four previously offloaded MacGregor cranes was brought out of long-term, off-berth storage and moved it to the dock using 44 lines of SPMTs (self-propelled mobile transporters). A heavy-lift crane was then used to load and install the 550-ton MacGregor crane onto the Warland HOS, one of Hornbeck’s newly built offshore service vessels.