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XE Enhanced Safety™ Helideck for Green Powered Timi WHP

Equipped with Aluminium Offshore’s 21m octagonal XE Enhanced Safety™ helideck for the landings and take-offs of Sikorsky S92A helicopters and coupled with a standalone green water-only DIFFS for a Normally Unmanned Installation (NUI), Timi will be Shell’s first wellhead platform…

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Royal Perth Hospital, Australia

Royal Perth Hospital helipad is one of the many projects completed with Aluminium Offshore’s remote supervision program made possible with our innovative design for ease of assembly which makes assembly of our helipad extremely simple. This was especially important to ensure zero disruption during the pandemic…

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Relocatable and Lasting Aluminium Helidecks

Prefab modular aluminium alloy structures are the answer to the cumbersome construction process. Aluminium alloys are designed and extruded into smart shapes for fast and easy on-site joining and assembly. Adopting this method also means being a part of the…

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20th XE Enhanced Safety™ Helideck for the North Sea

2020 has been a challenging year for all but it impelled one to rethink the way forward, to envisage changes and to increase adaptability to new realities. We are pleased to see the successful completion of Aluminium Offshore’s XE Enhanced Safety™ helideck at Leirvik…

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XE Enhanced Safety™ Helipad for Award-Winning Royal Hobart Hospital

The Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment delivered by the John Holland Fairbrother Joint Venture has won the National Health Facility Award at the Master Builders Australia National Awards for Excellence. This is another hospital project installed with Aluminium Offshore’s XE Enhanced Safety™…

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XE Enhanced Safety™ Helideck in New Zealand

Christchurch Hospital redevelopment project is set to be the largest hospital redevelopment project in the New Zealand’s history delivered by the New Zealand Ministry of Health. In fact, Christchurch has the busiest trauma centre in New Zealand with a seen…

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