Year 2015
Projects

2015 Projects

AMX-1 Remedial Works for Alcatel-Lucent.

The Submarine Cable AMX-1 at Barranquilla, Colombia, have been exposed on the shore.

Remedial actions had to be taken and re-bury the cable for the safety of the cable segment and the public. Maritech had to re-bury the exposed cable at wet soil with 1.0m target burial depth and in dry sand at 2.0m target burial depth (or until meet hard soil first).

Using Hand-Jet burial tool, Maritech Dive Team performed re-burial at the surf zone from KP 0.100. On the beach side, the cable reburied using excavators between 1.7 and 1.0m burial depth. The re-burial operations was undertaken with great care to not damage the cables.

Total 40m of cable was re-buried was completed at December of 2014 as per contract requirements.

The main assets for the completion of this project was the Hand-Jet burial tool and the excavators.


Faster Submarine Cable Project for Orange Marine

The Faster Cable System is a fiber optic cable connecting USA, Taiwan and Japan to each other. Maritech was requested by Orange Marine to perform the shore end installation of the cable through a pre-installed Horizontally Directionally Drilled duct of 1475 meters in length in Bandon (OR), USA.

The Cable Lay Vessel was positioned at Kilometer Post 1.660 for the Shore End landing operations. Prior to the Shore End Landing operations the planned route was inspected by divers, and the protruding HDD duct (50 cm from the mudline) was cut with the aid of underwater cutting equipment as per owner’s request.

A couple of extra tasks performed as per owner’s request were the design, fabrication and supervision of a new suitable bell-mouth for the Shore End Landing operation as well as the design, fabrication and installation of a socket at the offshore pipe end following Shore End Landing completion.

Following the SEL of the cable, the post-lay inspection of the cable took place and the project was completed when Maritech team demobilized from the site following the site restoration.

Maritech was equipped with the necessary cable landing, dive and burial spreads to perform the operations.

Maritech utilized its expertise and many years of experience in shore end installations and the project was completed successfully in September 2015, on time and in accordance with the scope of work requirements.

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PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


PCCS F.O. Cable System Aruba Seg. 3

Project involved the Direct Shore End Landing through 520m pre-installed duct of Fiber Optic Cable to one landing site (Arashi), Aruba including diver inshore surveys and installation of Articulated Pipes (25m) Cable Protection Systems.
All project equipment and spreads were locally fabricated, tested and deployed with preparations undertaken by Maritech’s personnel. Project was executed safely, effectively and on-time.


2014-A-PCCS-RW-USA

Maritech performed remedial protection works for Alcatel-Lucent, on the PCCS Submarine Fiber optic cable system at Segment 1 Jacksonville shore end. Remedial works included survey using RD-7000 Cable Tracker, articulated pipe installation and re-burial of cable within a challenging surf zone.
Works have been successfully completed in a timely and safely manner.


2014-A-PCCS-USA

Maritech successfully completed a 3km Direct Shore end including Burial with its subsea SKAS Jet Trencher for the new Fiber Optic Cable PCCS connecting USA to the Caribbean. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m with strong surf zones encountered however works were completed successfully in Jacksonville, Florida.

Maritech employed its US Subsidiary, Marpro LLC for these works.


2014-A-AMX1_RW-DR

Maritech successfully completed the remedial protection works of the AMX-1 Cable System in the Challenging surf zone of Fortaleza, Brazil. The particular cable system has been prone to exposures due to migrating sediments on the seabed caused by strong surf and current conditions. This led to the Subsea Cable being left un- protected to external threat following its initial burial. Maritech successfully mitigated this threat employing its Dive Supervisors with a Maritech Local Dive Team and Spreads permanently imported in Brazil, to successfully install Articulated Pipes and Rock Clamps to the exposed cable in water depths up to 20m.


2014-T-SCILLY-UK

Maritech successfully completed a complicated 1.5km Direct Shore end including installation of mechanical protection and burial for the Scilly Islands Cable system connecting these remote islands to the UK with a re-cycled Fiber Optic Cable. This complicated project involved first recovering an Out Of Use Cable from the seabed and then relaying it from the UK to the Scilly Islands through a series of reefs and rock outcrops. Many anchoring points and careful planning of pull-in practices were employed to ensure the cable weaved through numerous rock outcrops and ensure it laid within sediment able to bury and protect the cable. Water depths ranged from 0 to 25m and works were completed successfully in St. Mary’s Island, Scilly, UK.
Maritech employed its UK Subsidiary for these works, Maritech UK Ltd while simultaneously working on the Scottish Highlands and Islands projects involving over 40 direct Shore End Subsea Cable Installations in only 3 months over the summer seasson of 2014.


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