When you explore the depth and breadth of the projects that Fleetway has undertaken, past and present, you will see the proof of performance from clients who demand the best.
A sampling of key projects undertaken by Fleetway are described under the following headings:
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The CCGS Amundsen (ex-John Franklin) was a Type 1200 Canadian Coast Guard heavy icebreaker. As part of Canada’s commitment to Arctic research and the effects of Global warming, bids were solicited for re-designing and refitting this vessel for its new role as a dedicated platform for Arctic oceanographic research initiatives. Fleetway was awarded the primary engineering contract for this conversion and developed the Design and Conversion Drawing Package and specification for the shipyard to complete the refit
Fleetway has, since August 2004, been responsible for the management and execution the Miscellaneous (RMR) Equipment Repair and Overhaul contract for the Canadian Forces.
The AOPS project will see 6 vessels being built by Irving Shipbuilding INC. (ISI) as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS). Fleetway Inc. has been selected by ISI to be responsible for the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and the Personnel and Training requirements of this Major Crown Project.
Fleetway was awarded a Marine Design Services and Marine Vessel Inspection Services by Kiewit-Kvaerner Contractors in support of the Hebron GBS design and fabrication project. The Hebron GBS Platform consists of a reinforced concrete structure designed to withstand the weight of the topsides, icebergs, and meteorological and oceanographic conditions at the offshore Hebron Project Site. The platform topsides facilities comprise of a process and utility module (housing all utility and production equipment), a drilling derrick, a drilling support module, living quarters, and ancillary equipment (flare boom, lifeboat station, and helideck)
Fleetway was awarded a contract following a competitive tendering process to develop a ferry design to replace the MV Captain Earl W. Winsor that currently services Fogo Island and the Change Islands. The requirements for the new Icebreaking ROPAX design required that the ferry carry 60 passenger vehicle equivalents, have a service speed of 14 knots, contain a lounge for 200 passengers complete with canteen/cafeteria, have single berth crew accommodations, be accessible for the disabled, and contain “green” technology where practicable.