Hertel set to work on Valemon quarters

Offshore staff

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands – Hertel will design and build the living quarters for Statoil’s new Valemon platform in the Norwegian North Sea.

The living quarters will be housed in a 1,860-sq m (20,021-sq ft), eight-story building on the platform deck, which is under construction by Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea.

The module will include 40 single-bed cabins, kitchens and galleys, recreational areas, a medical center, and a large control room with a heli-deck.

Mechanical completion in Rotterdam is scheduled for April 2013.


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