Manor Renewable Energy launches survey service

4C Offshore | Tom Russell
By: 08/06/2022 MRE
Manor Renewable Energy (MRE) announced the launch of its new survey service offering to the renewables industry. MRE’s new package of survey services includes a permanently mobilised control cabin configured with a suite of survey and IT equipment.

The 16ft A60 DNV 2.7-1 safe area survey cabin is designed to support a range of survey project scopes. According to MRE, the A60 cabin has been designed for rapid mobilisation to vessels of opportunity and is optimised for the integration of additional third-party equipment such as USBL and geophysical systems.      


MRE’s specialist survey cabin is manufactured to the international standards of DNV 2.7-1 including compliance with SOLAS/IMO for A60 fire protection. This cabin is pre-configured for integration with vessel and client systems, in this case an AUXROV spread.


Alex Richards, Survey Manager at MRE, said: “The container was modified by MRE to provide a fully self-contained turnkey survey system, adding real value and efficiencies to our customer’s operations.”          


Portland, Dorset-based Manor Renewable Energy (MRE) was established in 2013 and delivers temporary power and engineering solutions offshore. It operates a fleet of vessels operating in the offshore energy sector.