Heavy Lift Engineering

Core competence.

At Fusie Engineers, our Heavy Lift Engineering services are designed to support clients involved in the transportation and installation of critical marine and offshore assets. This includes a range of components like substations, jacket foundations, monopiles, transition pieces, and wind turbine parts. Our role is pivotal in ensuring these operations are executed with the highest level of precision, safety, and time efficiency.

We collaborate with some of the largest companies globally to ensure the safety and precision of their heavy lift operations. Our process involves creating highly detailed lifting and rigging drawings, which are essential for obtaining approval from the client, Marine Warranty Surveyor (MWS), and employer.

We also assist our clients with SPMT configuration calculations and SPMT transport plans.

We pride ourselves on being a vital partner in ensuring the safety and efficiency of your heavy lift operations. Our dedicated team of Fusie Engineers is committed to delivering excellence at every stage, from initial modeling to final execution. Connect with us to elevate the precision and safety of your next heavy lift operation.


Our process.

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3D Modeling for Comprehensive Visualization

We begin by developing a detailed 3D model that encompasses the vessel, crane, all deck equipment, the cargo, tugger lines, mooring configurations, and alongside vessels. This modeling provides a holistic view of the entire operation, ensuring every element is accounted for & precisely positioned.

Clash and Clearance Checks

Next, we conduct thorough clash and clearance checks for each step of the lifting operation. This process is vital to identify and resolve any potential issues that could arise during the lift. We engage closely with our clients to discuss the outcomes of these checks & make necessary adjustments to the lifting procedure, guaranteeing a smooth operation.

Detailed 2D Drawings for Operational Clarity

After the 3D modeling phase, our focus shifts to preparing detailed 2D drawings. These drawings are critical for the technical superintendent and crane operator, as they provide essential information like crane wire length, boom angle, slew angle, tugger configurations, and clearances with nearby objects. This level of detail ensures that everyone involved in the operation has a clear understanding of their roles and the technical parameters.

Our projects.

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