Easier access for compressor assembly staff

Offshore staff

GATESHEAD, UK – Pyeroy is providing access systems to Wilton Engineering Services to aid construction a new compression module for the Britannia field in the UK central North Sea.

The 30-m (98-ft) long, 2,200-metric ton (2,425-ton) module will house one of the North Sea’s largest compressors.

More than 20 Pyeroy operatives will be stationed at Wilton’s Port Clarence offshore base in Middlesbrough, northeast England over the next 12 months providing fabrication staff with access/scaffolding solutions.


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