CEDA-UK: Site visit To Green Port Hull Project
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The Green Port Hull development is a £310 million joint investment between Associated British Ports (ABP) and Siemens to create a landmark facility to service the offshore wind turbine industry. The development includes a new berth frontage for wind installation vessels, a blade manufacturing facility as well as an assembly, service and distribution facility for wind turbine components. This has created around 1,000 jobs directly, with additional jobs during construction and indirectly in the supply chain, and will provide a substantial boost to the UK’s offshore wind industry.
Associated British Ports, Hull is hosting a PIANC UK visit to the Greenport Hull Project. Delegates will have the opportunity to visit the site and hear a presentation about the project from ABP’s Project Manager, Dave Herrod. The visit will finish at 4 pm.
If you have also booked onto the evening seminar on “Maritime Projects in Yorkshire & Humberside” at the University of Hull, please contact Katherine.Coldwell@ice.org.uk to let her know if you will require a place on the coach, which will transport attendees from the site to the University of Hull.
Booking your place – online booking procedure
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This is a rare opportunity to visit a major port project in the UK under construction. Please note that, for logistical reasons, places are limited to 30 and booking in advance is essential.
ABP/Siemens' Site Office. Alexandra Dock, Hull, Yorkshire
26 September 2016 - 26 September 2016