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We completed the detailed structural design calculations and full fabrication drawings for the Garage Type ROV tether management system. This all stainless steel garage is used to deploy Forum Energy Technologies XLX Work Class ROV and is required to operate in severe offshore conditions. The garage underwent successful acceptance and integration testing both in the factory and offshore during sea trials. It is now in operation, withstanding the harsh marine environment it was designed for.
Eadon Consulting were approached by Autonomous Robotics to assist with the concept design of an offshore deployment and recovery system for their new ‘flying nodes’. The garage would have to have the capability to hold and deploy up to 72 nodes at a rate of 1 every 75 seconds.
The Danish city of Copenhagen has many opening bridges due to its low lying nature and its active waterways. The Lille Langebro (Little Long bridge) pedestrian and cycle double swing bridge is the latest addition to the Copenhagen waterfront. The...
The river crossing at Martham Ferry provides access to the environmentally sensitive island of Heigham Homes. This area of land requires ongoing land management to maintain it, access for farm vehicles is therefore important.
Replacing the conductors between electricity pylons carries many risks, particularly when the transmission lines cross a road or railway. Traditionally, scaffolding structures are erected over the route to protect it in the event that one of the conductors breaks as the new cable is pulled in. This is costly and time consuming.
Eadon Consulting were employed by Manthorpe Engineering to develop a concept and detailed design for a new piece of equipment for EADS Astrium. Astrium needed a platform to help move satellites around a clean room environment during their...
Tony Gee and Partners supported civil contractor Balfour Beatty with the design and supply a new floating pontoon and link span for the famous Mersey ferries in Liverpool. The project involved the design of a brand new pontoon and link span, including all of the associated buildings and facilities for running one of the main transport links for the city of Liverpool.
Eadon Consulting carried out the detailed design of a bespoke automatic escape hatch for the iconic Leadenhall Building in London. The hatch conceals a fire escape route from the basement level into the 30m tall ground floor atrium. The escape hatch lifts in the event of a fire to allow the use of the staircase underneath.
The scenic railway, which is the oldest roller-coaster in the country, was burnt down in 2008 and has now been restored as part of a wider £18 million project. The new railway is based on the same layout and design as the original, however it is required to meet updated modern design standards.