Bayer and Hertel have developed a solid professional relationship over the years. Bayer Antwerp chose Hertel as its general contractor for a shutdown of their Aniline installation which produces raw materials.
The two core values that Indaver sets great store by are mutual trust and result-orientated work. These values are also high on the list of priorities at Hertel.
Hertel’s offshore rope access team worked with its client to overcome a number of unique logistical challenges when carrying out work at the Princess Amalia offshore wind farm in the North Sea.
The expansion of the Isle of Grain Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) importation and regasification terminal in Kent, England, has seen Hertel use cryogenic insulation on 5,000 linear metres of piping, and more than 700 valves and flanges.
A new approach to working with contractors at Lucite International’s Cassel site is attracting attention across the industry as a strategic partnership that can deliver significant efficiency savings and world class SHE performance.
A partnership built on openness and trust is at the heart of the relationship Hertel has with nuclear power generating company Magnox North at its Wylfa power station.
Managing the building fabric is an important part of a maintenance process once nuclear power stations reach the end of their working lives. This is the case at Calder Hall, Sellafield, which stopped generating power in 2003.
Hertel’s global expertise in industrial construction and maintenance services has been crucial in completing a new build project at the Ethylene Cracker Complex (ECC) project at the Shell Eastern Petrochemical Complex (SEPC).
A solution devised by Hertel allowed work to continue at BP’s new Valhall production platform during a prolonged period of cold weather.
During the turnaround programme there will be a significant increase of workers on site, many who are unfamiliar with its layout and operations, so maintaining the highest safety standards is paramount.
Hertel’s cross-discipline, cross-border working was critical in helping German engineering group Linde deliver the turnkey supply of a €100 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) production plant in Norway.
Completion of the decommissioning of the Windscale Advanced Gas Cooled Reactor at Sellafield in mid-2011 marked the end of a 20 year programme.