Geomara has been contracted by E.ON Climate and Renewables Uk to undertake multiannual bathymetric and geophysical surveys condition surveys at their fleet of Offshore Windfarms. Geomara has completed full condition surveys at Robin Rigg wind farm. The Robin Rigg Windfarm is located offshore from Whitehaven; approximately 12 km in the Solway Firth and consists of 58 x 3 MW turbines and two offshore substations.
Full Spread Cable Route Survey – Tuskar Cable System
Geomara were contracted by our clients McMahon Design and Management to provide a cable route survey for a newly proposed cable system. The Tuskar fibre optic cable system is being planned to replace the now defunct ESAT 1 cable which runs onshore at Ballyteige Bay just west of Kilmore Quay.
Limerick Dock Approaches
Shannon Foynes Port Company have utilised Geomara to provide accurate seabed survey of the navigation channel in critical areas on the transit from Shannon Airport to Limerick.
Foynes Port Repeat Survey Results
Geomara undertake regular multibeam surveys in order to accurately monitor the condition of berths and pockets at Foynes Port. The port are very keen to monitor the condition beneath the jetties and to monitor any slumping or siltation which may occur.
Geomara was commissioned by the Environment and Resources Authority (ERA), Malta, to undertake a bathymetric survey. Bathymetry was acquired using a Kongsberg 710 MKII Multibeam Echosounder System (MBES). The survey consisted of 5 areas with water depths varying from -186 to -1192m. The total surveyed kilometers for the project were 2980 km.
Geomara were contacted by MTK Engineering In Ghana in order to conduct reprocessing of some crucial bathymetric survey data. MTK Engineering also looked to Geomara to provide quality analysis of the data and also to provide an answer for the slight nonalignment between two different datasets.