Texo Integrity+ Project Case Study
Driving efficiencies and greater ROI for clients through multi-disciplined In-Service Solution
Texo Integrity+ were commissioned to carry out the annual DROPS Survey on-board a semi-submersible drilling facility deployed in the North Sea in September 2019.
Texo Integrity+ mobilised a multi-disciplined and multi-skilled Rope Access Team to not only carry out the DROPS survey, but also to remedy any anomalies found. This provided the end-client with an integrated inspection, access and repair solution – delivered In-Service whilst the asset was operational.
Whilst on-board, the 3-man team, which consisted of an NDT Technician, a 6g Coded Welder and OPITO Stage 3 Rigger/Fabric Maintenance Leader, were able to react to new scopes of work as they arose including:
Post project feedback from the client has been outstanding, with excellent scores across the spectrum for the project delivery metrics.
Specific client comments included:
“The team is always happy to help and communicates well – very happy with the service.”
“Good communications with personnel. Excellent response to change of plans.”
“Very good communications and a safe work attitude.”
Phillip MacDonald, Managing Director, Texo Integrity+ said:
“This was a project that suited our differentiated way of working to deliver increased ROI for our clients.
I am delighted with the performance of the team, their can-do attitude mixed with the multi-disciplined skill-sets ensured they were a valuable asset on-board.
Their performance is perfectly in line with the company ethos and my thanks go to each member of the team for a job well done!”
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Source: Texo Group
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