Receipt and Storage of Holdback and Mooring Piles

In July 2020 Core received 15 Holdback and Mooring Suction Piles. This scope of work included unloading the piles from a vessel and moving them into our dock storage space. The pile weights were from 110 MTs to 252 MTs each. Some of the suction piles had to be twin crane lifted to storage. Core is currently supporting the 3D survey of each piles dimensions on our dock. Core will install the deployment rigging onto these piles and load them out for installation in the first week of August for the Mad Dog 2 Platform installation in the Gulf of Mexico. Core’s storage and heavy lift abilities allow us to support and assist subsea and offshore projects.

Talos Umbilical Reel

In June 2020 Core Industries offloaded a 350 Metric Ton reel from a Derrick Barge and staged it in our dock storage area. Core loaded the reel onto the Seven Pacific for installation Subsea.  We then unloaded the empty reel from the Seven Pacific. We will load the empty reel onto a barge for return to the Umbilical supplier’s facility. Core provided all necessary equipment and manpower to complete this job.

Shell- Princess Flexible Reels

Core offloaded reels from a vessel using the 850 T Heavy Lift Crane and staged them on the dock. The scope of work included removing the packing from the end terminations and installing new lubricants, seals, orings and Handling Heads on each.

The Handling Heads provide a means for the Flexible Pipes to be lifted by the ends and lowered into the ocean floor for connection to the submersed flow lines that will deliver the Crude from the seafloor to the surface platform. This scope of work is the final process of readiness for the flexible reels to be installed Subsea. At a later date, Core will load these reels onto another vessel for installation.

Unloading Fertilizer Barge(s)

Nutrien Ag Solutions commissioned Core Industries to unload fertilizer barges to trucks. Trucks were provided by the customer. The job took one day to complete. Core Industries is known for their ability to handle all types of break bulk material.

Ilenao: Offloading Clinker

In April 2020 Core offloaded 44,000 Metric Tons of clinker to barge using our Piner Smag buckets. The job was completed in 3 days. Core provided all of the labor and equipment including crane operators, flaggers, track hoe’s and operators.

Suction Pile Loadout: February 2020

In February 2020 Core loaded out one (110 ton) suction pile to the Harvey Provider for Subsea Seven. The suction pile had been in storage since late December along with 6 more. Core will approximately have 22 piles stored at our dock before this project is complete.

Saipem Constellation: Loading Reels

January 2020 Saipem Constellation vessel arrived at Core Industries to retrieve the four (917 ton) reels and one (175 ton) top module from our storage yard. The reels and top module were previously brought in August 2019. SPMT’s (Self Propelled Mobile Transporters) were used to move the reels from their POR (place of rest) and the vessels crane was used to load them on board. Core’s heavy lift transportation and storage capabilities allowed for this to be completed successfully.

Discharging Copper Slag

In January 2020 Core Industries discharged 50,000 tons of copper slag. Copper slag is a material commonly known as black beauty or sandblasting sand. The slag was discharged into hoppers, loaded into trucks and transported to Mobile Abrasives. Core provided all the necessary facilities, personnel and equipment to discharge the copper slag efficiently and economically.

December 2019: Sider Jasmine

Sider Jasmine arrived at Core Industries private port facility in December 2019 delivering 7 suction piles for the Mad Dog 2 project. Core offloaded and stored the suction piles. The suction piles will be picked up at a later date. Core’s storage capabilities and proximity to the Gulf of Mexico allows us to assist in many projects for various clients.

SPI/Mobile Pulley Works: A-Frame Loadout

After a successful dredge ladder loadout in early November 2019, SPI/Mobile Pulley Works contracted Core to utilize and load out an A-frame onto a barge for delivery to their client. Berard transported three A-frame parts from SPI/Mobile Pulley Works to Core’s private port facility. Core worked alongside, providing crane services and other critical assistance, MPW to utilize a 100’ X 100’ area on the main dock to assemble the three pieces of the A-frame. The two leg pieces weighed approximately 53,000 lbs each with the main A-frame cross member piece weighing approximately 132,000 lbs. Core assisted with resources to stage and turn the three pieces into position for assembly and then provided load out the final completed unit onto a barge.