CCB Subsea has experience and capabilities to take on full EPC contracts for design, engineering, procurement and construction/fabrication of subsea structures for subsea well production systems and for drilling systems.
Detail engineering is available for structural, piping and mechanical disciplines. Further, our team is well experienced in fabrication and testing of complete units, and fabrication skills include all relevant material qualities.
In cooperation with local subsuppliers, fabrication may be executed at all our bases with use of local resources. Special subsea platform with depth of xx m is available for submerged testing. Overhead lifting capacity of 200 MT.
We challenge existing solutions and use our innovative capabilities to develop products with more cost efficient design and an overall more sustainable solution.
Our team has extensive experience with the relevant standards and customer technical requirements for subsea, well control and drilling equipment.
Headquarter facilities are located at CCB Ågotnes, however we are present with highly trained mechanics and state of the art workshop facilities at virtually all the supply bases in Norway, as well as locations abroad, hence fabrication of bigger subsea structures may be performed in any of our other bases in cooperation with local subsuppliers.
Design, engineering, fabrication, mobilisation and offshore installation of
3 new subsea Cap-X structures for Equinor
Computer-aided design (CAD) software that engineers rely on to create precise 2D and 3D drawings.
AutoCAD includes industry-specific features and intelligent objects to be able to work faster.
Provides professional-grade 3D mechanical design, documentation and product simulation tools.
Work efficiently with a powerful blend of parametric, direct, freeform and rules-based design capabilities.
Example Parametric Modeling
Engineering simulation software used to predict how product designs will behave in real-world environments. Customize and automate solutions for structural mechanics problems and parameterize them to analyze multiple design scenarios
Finite element analysis (FEA)
Fredrik Normann Hansen
Phone: +47 926 85 821