Irish Sea Contractors

Company Type
Offshore Construction & Installation Services

+353 53 9133048

sales@irishseacontractors.com

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Company Snapshot
Company
Irish Sea Contractors
Headquarters
Ferns, Ireland
Founded
2010
Company Type
Private
Company Size
11-50 employees
Regions
Europe
Industries
Dredging & Marine ConstructionMarine Renewable EnergyMarine Science & TechnologyOffshore ConstructionOffshore Oil & GasOffshore Wind EnergyPorts, Harbours & TerminalsSubsea Cables & Pipelines
Media

About Us
Irish Sea Contractors is owned by the Kinsella family and is located in Crory, Ferns, Co. Wexford, Ireland.

Irish Sea Contractors commenced trading in July 2010. We are a young, dynamic and innovative organisation with a wealth of knowledge and experience. We specialise in providing underwater engineering services to following Industries:

  • Fibre Optic Cables - Installation and Burial
  • Power Cables - Installation, Burial and Subsea Repair
  • Oil and Gas Industry - Provision of Offshore Services
  • Offshore Renewables – Subsea Inspection, Repair and Maintenance
  • Shipping Industry – Inspection, Repair and Maintenance
  • Marine Civil Engineering
  • Marine Salvage

We have recently purchased an equipment supply company based in Aberdeenshire which specialises in the sale and rental of subsea and diving equipment to the Oil, Gas and Renewables Industry. Searchwise Aberdeen www.searchwise.co.uk commenced trading on 1st April 2017 and is a fully owned subsidiary of Irish Sea Contractors.

Irish Sea Contractors have recently opened an office in Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, which allows access to the Oil, Gas and Cable markets along the West African Coastline.
 
Services & Activities
Expertise
Asset Management & IntegrityConstruction & InstallationDivingEngineeringInspection, Repair & MaintenanceMaritime & Shipping
Certifications & Accreditations
AMSA Australian Maritime Safety Authority Approved Training Provider
APPEA Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association
ASME S American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Power Boilers (S) Certificate
ASME U American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Pressure Vessels (U) Certificate
ASME U2 American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Pressure Vessels (Alternative Rules for Pressure Vessels) (U2) Certificate
CAA United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority
CHAS Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
City & Guilds City & Guilds Approved Centre
EN 1090 Structural/Contsruction Steel & Aluminium Products
GWO Global Wind Organisation Accredited Training Provider
HSE United Kingdom Health & Safety Executive
IOSH Institution of Occupational Safety & Health
ISAA International Spill Accreditation Association
ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems
ISO 27001 Information Security Management
ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems
ISO 9001 Quality Management System
ISO/IEC 17025 Testing & Calibration Laboratories
ISO/TS 29001 Oil & Gas Quality Management
MCA Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Approved Training Provider
MNTB Merchant Navy Training Board Centre Recognition
NATA National Association of Testing Authorities (Australia)
NEBOSH National Examination Board in Occupational Safety & Health
NOGEPA Nederlandse Olie en Gas Exploratie en Productie Associatie
OHSAS 18001 Health & Safety Management System
OPITO Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organisation
PAS 99 Integrated Management Systems
RYA Royal Yachting Association Recognised Training Centre
SCC**/VCA** Safety Certificate Contractors (More than 35 Employees)
SCC*/VCA* Safety Certificate Contractors (Up to 35 Employees)
SCCP Safety Certificate Contractors for Petrochemicals
SCP Safety Certificate Personnel Leasing
UKAS United Kingdom Accreditation Service
UKSpill UK Spill Contractors Accreditation Scheme
ISO 9001 ● ISO 14001 ● OHSAS 18001
Memberships
ADC
The Association of Diving Contractors (ADC) is the trading name of UK ADC Ltd, the industry body representing diving contractors working Inland/Inshore in the UK and Ireland that constantly seeks to: Actively cultivate and promote the art and science of commercial diving within the context of the activities of its members ... More

Establish uniform safe standards and operating practices

Encourage industry wide observation of such standards and operating practices

Encourage the enactment and enforcement of appropriate laws for the protection and regulation of the business of commercial diving

Do any such other things as considered by the membership or management committee of ADC to be in the interest of this industry sector

ADC represents members working in what is probably the most diverse sector of the various work areas covered by Diving at Work Regulations 1997 and its appropriate Approved Codes of Practice.

With a membership that extends from the very smallest diving contractors working in swimming pools, rivers, lakes and harbours to those working in the outer most reaches of UK coastal waters in depths varying from less than 1m to a maximum of 50m. The sheer range and variety of activities carried out in this sector are almost as wide as some river estuaries where work takes place. The objective of this website is to introduce interested parties to the full scope of activities carried out by the Association."
Projects
Location:
Irish Sea
Project Capacity:
25.2 MW
Location:
Irish Sea
Project Capacity:
90 MW
Events
Cables 2018, tracking the entire cables lifecycle, will focus on improving subsea power cable operating practices, reducing costs & risks, and improving subsea power cable efficiency and performance. Attend this new event designed to meet the needs of the cables industry.... More

The growth offshore wind and interconnection mean that subsea power cables are an increasingly vital part of our energy system. The growing importance of subsea cables creates new opportunities for manufacturers, installers and services provides but also creates new challenges for cable protection and improve cable maintenance. Sharing our industry's unique experience in subsea cables is key to developing innovative solutions for deploying and maintaining cables, which will enhance the sustainability and efficiency of this market.

This unique event will offer insights into the key issues surrounding asset integrity and reliability with highlights from the design, subsea survey, manufacture, installation, protection, repair, operation & maintenance and decommissioning of subsea power cables in the markets of offshore renewables, offshore transmission infrastructure and interconnectors. The power-packed event addresses the sector demand for industry-led engagement and aims to answer the following questions:

Is the subsea power cable supply chain geared-up to meet the growing demand across survey, installation and manufacturing of, given the significant growth in international interconnectors and offshore wind ?

Will reducing cable installation issues, manufacturing faults, and third party damage improve insurance provision and the financing arrangements for subsea cabling projects?

Can collaboration across supply-chain, regulators and owner/operators drive learning, innovation and improvement across the sector?
Connections
DONG Energy has become Ørsted. DONG Energy was one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. Our business was based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading in energy and related products in Northern Europe. A decade ago, we initiated our transformation from a black to a green energy company as DONG Energy. Since then, we've reduced ... Moreour coal consumption by 73% and decided to fully phase out coal by 2023. We've become a global leader in offshore wind with a market share of 25%, currently powering 9.5 million people. Our ambition is to raise this number to 30 million by 2025.

In 2017, we divested our upstream oil and gas business, thereby completing our transformation to become fully dedicated to green energy.
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Phone
+353 53 9133048
Head Office
Crory, Ferns, Wexford Y21XV44, Ireland