Working within a Framework Agreement with Trinity House Lighthouse Service, we are carrying out substantial M&E maintenance works on lighthouses and lightvessels in various locations around the country.
Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1514, Trinity House is committed to the safeguarding of seafarers and shipping and delivering efficient aids to navigation for the safety of all mariners.
Some of the lighthouses include Hurst Point, Portland Bill and Start Point. Our experienced team of
Electrical and Mechanical engineers carried out a range of maintenance tasks under the Trinity House Framework Agreement, such as:
- M&E Installation works including Virtual AIS
- Engine control cubicle manufacture and electrical design
- Modernisation and cubicle build on lightvessels
- Removal of redundant equipment (compressors, air receivers, fog signal)
- Asbestos Removal/Testing
As well as lighthouses, IMS engineers also worked on several lightvessels, updating and modernising systems onboard. One of the vessels houses Met Office weather monitoring and sea state equipment.
A Framework agreement is also in place to carry out work for the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) Various cubicle installations are being carried out at locations in Scotland.