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KIWI Rail – Parnell station – Feb 2017

Renew all roof stanchions using old rails to give a vintage look.


Cable layer “Ile de re” – Dec 2015 / Jan 2016

Project consisted of installing an A Frame on the vessel’s back deck as part of her conversion from Cable repairer to Cable layer under high time constraint and Bureau Veritas Classification Society control.

The challenges were:

  • Adapting prefabricated components to match the vessel’s structural deformations.
  • Running the job 24/7 over 45 days including Xmas and NY
  • Meeting customer’s deadlines and budget

The targets were successfully achieved by using laser site measurement to work out the extent of deformation and tradesmen highly skilled in ship repair working 24/7 through Christmas and New Year with “0” Health and Safety Incident.

Aimecs brought innovative technical solutions and flying a team to complete the work overseas

The job was carried out timely and within budget, at ship-owner (Louis Dreyfus Armateurs) and charterers (Alcatel Lucent) satisfaction. It demonstrated that the Company could economically carry highly technical ship repair in NZ.



M/T Kakariki – Apr / August 2016

The project works included completing pipe works in ballast tanks and double bottom . Pipe were cropped and replaced in confined space. Due to access restrictions the new pipe was prefabricated in short sections and fully welded on site.

All works were completed during a vessel maintenance stop at Auckland Harbour. We completed the works over 2 x 13 tradesmen shifts , which worked 24/7 and achieved zero  LTI’s.

The second part of the assignment was replacing a 9×3 m hull plate section with internal structure. The plate was fitted in 1 piece after being adapted to the vessel’s hull actual deformation.

Again the project was completed during a vessel maintenance stop at Auckland Harbour by 2 x 14 tradesmen shifts , which worked 24/7 and achieved zero  LTI’s.

Hot work jobs were carried in confined spaces, on an oil tanker partially filled with product in Auckland’s Wineyard quarter. Hazard assessment and monitoring were critical for on-board and neighborhood safety and protection of the environment.

 



M/V Southern Trader and M/V Captain Wallis – 2016

Removal, overhaul and refit of bow thruster units

Repairs carried afloat in Port of Auckland while minimizing disturbance to cargo operations and vessel off-hire.

The units were sent to Aimecs workshop, and overhauled before being refitted next voyage.



RNZ Navy – 2016

Structural remedial and conversion works.

Aimecs is a regular contractor to Babcock NZ for works on the RNZ navy ships both for carbon steel and aluminium structures.



Gladstone Appartments – June 2016

Welded 12mm plate to the flange & web of the structural beams on level 1 of the basement carpark. Installed extra beam on the ground floor level of the car park. Also replaced the edge angles to ensure the fixing bolts had a better purchase on the structural wall.

Working in an operational car park with traffic movement. Ensure the safety of public accessing the carpark. Ensuring that vehicles parked in the carpark were protected from sparks & dust. Carried out the work in the tight time to the customers’ satisfaction.

Successfully completed the work in a tricky environment. With welding completed to the customers & the engineers’ requirements.



M/V Liloa – Aug 2016

Remedial work on rope guard. Templating and fabrication on a new unit.

The vessel is well known to Aimecs who performs regular maintenance and repair works in NZ for the German owners.



AB Food Auckland – June / Aug 2016

Fabrication and installation of new platforms and backing chain.

The job was performed in a highly hygiene controlled environment and without disturbing the factory’s production.

Fabrication involved a combination of carbon steel and aluminium structures.



M/T Vacamonte – Aug 2015

This tanker entered in Auckland for asbestos removal prior to trading in Australia. Aimecs was contracted for

  • Setting up the relevant H&S measures to deal with asbestos products
  • Organising and leading the replacement of 90% of the gaskets on all the ship’s systems
  • Reassembling and testing all systems
  • Dealing with remedial works arising
  • Disposing the asbestos wastes in compliance with NZ regulations

Job was performed by up to 30 tradesmen working on 12 hrs shift 7/7.