CASC are currently responsible for mobilising and demobilising the pre-assembly activities for the largest offshore wind farms across the world, including UK, Europe, Asia and the USA. Through investment in new equipment, our OWGP project will enable full automation of manufacturing processes to increase capability and output at our headquarters in Lisburn, home to our 30,000 sq foot engineering workshop, which boasts a unique suite of the equipment including a 5-axis waterjet, Trumpf fibre laser, press brakes and a team of highly skilled fabricators. Coupled with our in house design team, and working in collaboration with our NICEAC approved electrical division, this continued investment in technology will enable us to provide a full turn key solution to our customers, both existing and new, and will provide an significant growth opportunity for the group.
CASC MD, Karl Crockard is delighted the project is being supported by OWGP. “We have been operating in offshore renewables for the last 5 years across the world, working with the Industry’s largest OEM’s. This challenging and demanding market is constantly changing and with pipelines throughout the globe bulging, it is more important than ever to invest in our people, processes and technology to make sure we stay relevant to the evolving needs. This funding from OWGP enables us to improve our efficiencies and capabilities to make sure we are not only keeping up with our clients requirements but also accelerating our plans for future growth.. A lot of effort has gone in to this project to date by the whole team and we are excited for the next phase”.