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SOME OF OUR PROJECTS AT SPIIND

Royal New Zealand Navy Waterside Training Barge Installation

Royal New Zealand Navy Waterside Training Barge Installation

Following on from Phase 1 of this project, the Dryside Installation, SPIIND has been contracted to build and install Phase 2 a water based 145 Tonne 32m x 9m barge and mooring structures, along with the electrical systems design and installation. The barge will be connected to the land by a significant mooring truss structure and accessed by a significant 35 metre long aluminium gangway. 

Evolutions on board the barge include an Accomodation Ladder, Hiab Crane, Vestdavit to launch and recover RHIB's, Swimmer of the Watch and Life Raft Capsule Launcher.

NZDF Special Air Services (SAS) Boeing 777 Anti Terrorism Trainer

NZDF Special Air Services (SAS) Boeing 777 Anti Terrorism Trainer

SPIIND was contracted to design and build a full size Boeing 777 counter terrorism or anti-terrorism trainer integrating Boeing parts, as necessary, to deliver a real life replica aircraft forward fuselage module robust enough to fulfil the specified training needs of the SAS on board and also integrated with other training evolutions within the attached building.

On board systems include communications, air/smoke extraction and ventilation, lighting and CCTV.

Royal New Zealand Navy Patrol Vessel Build

Royal New Zealand Navy Patrol Vessel Build

Contracted by Tenix, SPIIND undertook the building of the Royal New Zealand Navy Inshore Patrol Vessel (IPV) and Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) (M3, M4 and M5) Modules including Main Stern Structures, Fire Suppression System Fabrication and Installation, Engine Room Cooling Water Piping, Engine Room Exhaust System, Sea Chest Water Intakes, Anchor Lockers, Armory Lockers and Fuel Tanks.

Royal New Zealand Navy Dryside Training Facility Build

Royal New Zealand Navy Dryside Training Facility Build

SPIIND was contracted by Lockheed Martin to design and build a land based Seamanship Training Facility for the Royal New Zealand Navy, comprising of a series of mock ups replicating both the Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPV) and Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) and a range of evolutions carried out on those ships. Evolutions include a fully operational anchor (coming to buoy, haul and veer, let go and recovery), Refueling at Sea (RAS), Berthing, Working at Heights and Towing. Designed to meet 'As Low As Reasonably Possible' (ALARP) standards, SPIIND received the NZDF award for Safety in 2017 out of 3500 contractors for this project design and delivery.


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