Texo Integrity+ were contracted by Valaris to fully re-brand one of their Mobile Offshore Drilling Units while quayside in Dundee, after the company was forged in the merger of two leading offshore drillers, Ensco and Rowan.
Our teams were contracted to replace all former branding and numbering on the jack up rig with VALARIS 123. Repainting was required on a number of areas:
• Derrick windwall cladding (all 4 faces)
• Hull signage (port, starboard and port-aft transom)
• Helideck (compliant with CAP437/8)
Texo Integrity+ mobilised a nine-man multi-disciplinary team which meant the same group was able to keep the need for mobilising additional personnel and equipment to a minimum saving time and money.
The Integrity+ team offered rope access, welding, rigging & painting. Further assistance was delivered by Texo Fabrication and Texo Engineering, highlighting the Texo Group of companies’ integrated service offering. Our trusted suppliers JTL Scaffolding delivered an excellent service throughout with great flexibility and high regard for safety.
Post project feedback from the client has been outstanding, with Texo Integrity+ achieving excellent scores across the spectrum for the project delivery metrics.
The client said: “Great bunch of guys, good attitude and worked well in very challenging weather conditions.”
Phillip MacDonald, Texo Integrity+ Managing Director said: “The success of this scope would not have been possible without the strong leadership on the park. With challenging weather conditions, the excellent management of time and task allocation was critical to making this project a success.A big thank you to the OCS and the entire team for the safe and professional execution of works.”