UXO detection along the AO5 export cable route

G-tec SAS has been awarded a contract to perform Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) detection along the theoretical AO5 export cable route  in France. Performed on behalf of RTE, the AO5 theoretical corridor is part of an offshore wind farm development area in South Brittany. This offshore wind farm is set to be the first large-scale (250MW) […]

G-TEC agrees multi-year charter deal for high-tech survey vessel

Following robust demand as the offshore wind industry continues to grow, DEME’s subsidiary G-tec has signed a multi-year charter agreement with Irish Mainport Holdings for its DP2 survey vessel “Mainport Geo” The new vessel will enable G-TEC to further enhance its sit e investigation techniques. At 50 m, ‘Mainport Geo’ underwent an extensive modification in 2021, which […]

Codling Export Cable

G-tec has successfully completed an extensive geophysical campaign on the potential export cable routes for Codling Wind Park, set to be one of the largest offshore wind projects in Ireland. Located approximately 13-22 kilometres off the County Wicklow coast, Codling Wind Park has a potential capacity of up to 1,500 megawatts. Two vessels were used […]

UXO Detection, 18 Years of Cutting Edge Innovation

G-tec has now returned from OI 2018, the world’s premier event for ocean technology and marine science where we had the opportunity to update our knowledge regarding the newest state of the art technology in marine engineering. Innovation is an integral part of our corporate culture and a key to the success of our client’s […]