Briggs Marine is pleased to announce that it has been accredited as a Living Wage employer by the Living Wage Foundation.
News & Events
Briggs Marine's Administration Manager, Anne Main has just returned from Spain, where she and her team mates from Burntisland Golf House Club, came 3rd in the Grand Finals of the Mail on Sunday Classic Competition 2016.
Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is the only dedicated offshore energy event in the Netherlands. Founded in 2008, OEEC has been breaking records year after year. This annual event is focused on the complete offshore energy industry, from oil & gas to wind and marine energy and will be held on 25 and 26 October 2016 in the Europe Complex of the Amsterdam RAI.
The Forth Olympian is in London as VolkerStevin chose her for their Boat Relocation Project, which is part of the larger Thames Tideway Tunnel Project.
Briggs Marine has signed a contract for the provision of a Meercat MM15 15 metre oil spill response vessel to work in the Mersey. The vessel, which will service one of Briggs’ long term contracts, will be delivered later this year. It has been carefully designed to allow a wide range of other activities to be undertaken, these in addition to its main role of oil pollution prevention.
To support the Company’s continued growth in the Port Services market, Briggs Marine has ordered three ORC 171 Pilot launches from Goodchild Marine. The vessels, which are to be delivered in 2017, are destined for Liverpool where they will form part of an ongoing process of fleet renewal in one of Briggs’ increasing number of long-term contracts.
The Woolwich Ferry Linkspan Project has been awarded the 2016 infrastructure Project Trophy at the RICS Award Ceremony, which took place at The Lancaster Hotel in London last night.