The nature of offshore environments, with their unique challenges and safety requirements, necessitates the use of tubulars scaffolding systems.

Offshore scaffolding must adhere to specific design standards and regulations that outline requirements for load capacities, structural integrity, and safety features tailored to offshore applications

Scope and Usage

Access and Maintenance

Provides a safe and stable platform for workers to access various areas of offshore installations for construction, maintenance, repair, and inspection purposes. It allows workers to work at height and provides secure walkways and handrails to prevent falls.

Load Support

Provides support to the weight of workers, tools, equipment, and materials needed for offshore activities. They are engineered to distribute loads evenly and provide sufficient strength and stability for safe operations.


The scaffolding can be customized to fit the specific requirements of different projects. It can be adapted to fit around complex structures, irregular shapes, and varying heights, providing access solutions in challenging environments.

Safety Considerations

Fall protection systems, guardrails, toe boards, and other safety features are incorporated into the design to minimize the risk of accidents and ensure worker safety.

Corrosion Resistance

Made from materials that offer high corrosion resistance (galvanized steel or aluminum). The scaffolding can withstand exposure to saltwater, humidity, and other corrosive elements commonly found in offshore environments.

Modular Systems

Allowing for easy assembly, disassembly, and reconfiguration as project requirements change. This flexibility enables efficient use of scaffolding resources, reduces downtime, and supports faster project completion.


Welding Equipments and Consumables

Welding Machines Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) equipment
Welding Power Sources Electrical power sources and portable generators
Welding Electrodes / rods Used in SMAW processes – with different electrodes compositions and coatings
Filler Metals Welding wires or rods
Flux Used to shield the weld pool from atmospheric contamination and helps in the removal of impurities in the weld
Welding Safety Equipment Personal protective equipment (PPE) - welding helmets, safety glasses, gloves, protective clothing, and respiratory protection
Welding Accessories Welding cables, torches, hoses, wire feeders, regulators, and welding positioners
Non-Destructive Testing
(NDT) Equipment
Ultrasonic testing (UT) machines, magnetic particle inspection (MPI) equipment, and liquid penetrant testing (LPT) kits

Scope and Usage

Structural Welding

Joining and fabricating steel components used in the construction of offshore platforms, jackets, substructures, and other support structures - Welding of beams, columns, braces, decks, and other load-bearing members to form a strong and stable offshore structure.

Piping Welding

Joining and fabricating pipes, fittings, and valves in accordance with specific codes and standards. Piping welds must be leak-proof and capable of withstanding high-pressure and corrosive environments.

Pressure Vessel Welding

Welding is utilized to fabricate and join the components of the vessels (storage tanks, heat exchangers, and separators), to ensure their structural integrity and pressure containment capabilities.

Subsea Welding

Welding in underwater environments, at significant depths. Used for repairs, modifications, and installation of subsea structures, pipelines, and equipment. Techniques applied - hyperbaric welding or remotely operated welding systems.

Pipeline Welding

Pipeline welding requires precise and high-quality welds to ensure pipeline integrity and prevent leaks.

Welding Inspection and Quality Control

Welding inspectors and quality control personnel perform visual inspections, non-destructive testing (NDT) , and quality assurance checks to verify the integrity of welds.

Welding Repair and Maintenance

To address structural damage, corrosion, or component failures - Restoring the integrity and functionality of offshore assets.


Manufacturing, modification, or assembly of smaller components, such as pipes, fittings, valves, brackets, supports, skids, and other equipment used in the industry.

Minor fabrication is necessary to construct, maintain, and upgrade various parts of oil and gas infrastructure. It helps in the construction of pipelines, wellheads, offshore platforms, drilling rigs, refineries, storage tanks, and other facilities.

Include a range of manufacturing processes, including welding, cutting, bending, machining, forming, and assembly. These processes are used to shape raw materials such as steel, aluminium, and other metals into the desired components.

Often involves customization to meet the specific requirements of a project or operation. Components may need to be tailored to fit unique dimensions, pressures, temperatures, or corrosive environments.



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Electrical System Design

Design power distribution systems, lighting systems, control systems, and electrical equipment layouts for buildings, industrial facilities, and infrastructure projects

Power Generation and Distribution

Design, operation, and maintenance of power generation and distribution systems - power plant design, transmission line design, substation design, and control systems.

Lighting Design

Planning and implementation of lighting systems for residential, commercial, and industrial applications.

Energy Management

Energy management services - energy audits, load analysis, energy efficiency recommendations, and renewable energy system integration


Electrical Installation

Installation and commissioning of electrical systems - wiring, electrical panels, transformers, switchgear, generators, and electrical equipment.


HVAC Systems

Design heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for buildings and industrial facilities.

Plumbing Systems

Design plumbing systems - water supply, drainage, and sewage systems.

Fire Protection Systems

Design fire protection systems - fire sprinklers, fire alarms, smoke detection systems, and fire suppression systems

Mechanical Equipment Design

Design and selection of mechanical equipment - pumps, compressors, turbines, boilers, and heat exchangers.