The overall project is being built by GE/Alstom with the cables supplied by Prysmian and offshore platform by Nordic Yards.
Construction commenced on the onshore converter station at Dörpen West in May 2014 and on the offshore platform in October 2014.
As of summer 2015 the platform was being fitted out and the first converter transformer was installed on 17 July 2015. The project has been
handed over to its owner, TenneT which is the German Transmission System Operator.
Pandora ICT Contribution
Our software ToolKitX has been used since the beginning of the construction project and is until today in operational use. Main features used are:
Permit to Work tool in order to coordinate activities of working teams and construction vessels in order to de-conflict critical tasks
Logbook functionality to monitor daily progress in the project, report critical events and monitor
Daily Progress Reporting for monitoring and reporting of ongoing activities
E-Learning courses various topics
ToolKitX has helped GE to coordinate and manage:
More than 10.000 workpermits
More than 10 main- and subcontractors
Thousands of log entries to monitor and report on progress
More than 70 installation and support vessels
Complex service campaigns in a challenging environment