China Three Gorges Corporation Seeks Installation Vessel Designer

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China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGC) has issued a tender for design of two new installation vessels, capable of meeting demand for 10 MW+ turbine installation.

CTGC is seeking design of a self-propelled jack up vessel with 2000t lifting capacity, and a floating crane ship with 3000t full-slewing crane, which are expected to operate mostly within Guangdong and Fujian waters.

CTGC expects that the winning bidder shall produce technical documents necessary for vessel construction and main procurement within 30 days of bid award, and submit initial detailed designs within three months.

Bidding is limited to legal enterprises registered within China, and must have completed design of offshore wind jack-ups with at least 800t capacity or floating cranes with 1200t capacity.

The CTG Corporation was established on 27 September 1993 to construct the Three Gorges Dam project, one of the world's largest hydroelectric power plants, which went into operation in 2008. CTG is now one of the largest offshore wind developers in China, with projects off the coasts of Guangdong, Jiangsu, Longyuan and Fujian.

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