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Wilton

Description

Established in 1994, Wilton have achieved unparalleled success specialising in designing, manufacturing, coating and loading out large complicated structures for the Offshore Oil & Gas, Subsea, Marine, Decommissioning and Offshore Wind Industries.

The company are based adjacent to the River Tees on their 54 acre Offshore Construction facility having some of the largest construction halls in the UK which are supported with equally impressive blasting, coating and loadout capabilities.

Subsea
For over 20 years Wilton have developed a high level of capability, delivering bespoke specialist subsea projects utilising their design, fabrication, and loadout expertise. As such the company are a UK Subsea Sector leading fabricator operating on a Global stage, supporting operators and contractors alike for all their subsea needs.

Wilton’s Port Clarence Offshore Base is located in Middlesbrough, North-East England, on the North bank of the River Tees, allowing vessels direct access to the North Sea making it ideally suited to support and execute any subsea projects.

Renewables
Wilton entered the Renewable sector in the markets infancy during 2005, manufacturing part of the first UK offshore wind turbine project for the Beatrice Offshore Wind Installation System.

The company have utilised their expertise from the Oil & Gas sector of building a vast array of large complicated fabricated structures and have diversified into the renewable market, utilising serial batch production and lean manufacturing.

Wilton’s Port Clarence Offshore Base is located in Middlesbrough, North-East England, on the North bank of the River Tees, allowing vessels direct access to the North Sea making it ideally suited to support and execute any renewable projects.

The company have developed a high level of capability, delivering bespoke specialist renewable projects utilising their design, fabrication, and loadout expertise. As such Wilton are a UK Renewables Sector leading fabricator operating on a Global stage, supporting operators and contractors alike for all their renewable needs.

Wilton’s Port Clarence Offshore Base is located in Middlesbrough, North-East England, on the North bank of the River Tees, allowing vessels direct access to the North Sea making it ideally suited to support and execute any renewable projects.

Marine
Wilton has developed a high level of technical expertise, providing know-how and Project Management Excellence to support all Marine Projects.

The company offer a Multi-Discipline support service to projects which are seen as highly challenging in terms of large, bespoke, complex Marine Structures. All projects involve large sea going vessels which are stood down at great cost to the owner whilst the work is being carried out, hence a safe, quality, fast solution is mandatory.

Wilton’s Port Clarence Offshore Base is located in Middlesbrough, North-East England, on the North bank of the River Tees, allowing vessels direct access to the North Sea making it ideally suited to support and execute large marine projects.

Decommissioning
Wilton are involved in a varied assortment of decommissioning projects, from designing and building large structural fabrications to assist removal of the offshore assets to looking at removal of the asset from the sea and modifying the existing design to suit a new use.

Oil & Gas
For over 20 years Wilton has supplied the Oil & Gas sector with a vast array of large complicated fabricated structures for the topside market. The company have developed a high level of capability, delivering bespoke specialist topside projects utilising their design, fabrication, and loadout expertise.

Wilton’s Port Clarence Offshore Base is located in Middlesbrough, North-East England, on the North bank of the River Tees, allowing vessels direct access to the North Sea making it ideally suited to support and execute any topside projects.

Historically the base was utilised to construct many large modular topsides for the UK/Norwegian sectors. Over 300,000 tonnes of topsides were executed and delivered from the facility.

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