Icepronav Engineering SRL


19A Portului Street
800025 Galati
ROMANIA

http://www.icedesign.info

About Icepronav Engineering SRL

ICEPRONAV ENGINEERING SRL is a LE, member of the International Contract Engineering (ICE) group, which is Europe’s largest independent ship design consultancy. ICEPRONAV ENGINEERING SRL continues the 50 year ship design and offshore engineering tradition started by Romanian’s sole Institute for Ship Research and Design. To date, ICE has designed a total of almost five hundred ships and offshore platforms.

ICE provides a broad range of ship design skills and disciplines, including hydrodynamics, naval architecture, structural design, electrical, instrumentation and telecommunication (EIT) design, design of propulsion and piping systems, calculation and design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, design of accommodation, lifesaving and deck equipment arrangements, etc. ICE has track record of designing a wide range of ships and offshore structures to clients world-wide, including more than 40 FSO/FPSO projects.

The normal process is for ICE to do the design work in its own office, but ICE can also send design teams or coordinators to work at the client’s location. ICE has an annual capacity of more than 700,000 professional man-hours.

ICE is a corporate member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and is qualified under the Achilles register as an approved service provider to the North Sea Offshore Industry, which includes some of the world’s most demanding customers. The Quality Assurance systems of ICE are certified by Det Norske Veritas.

Role in the Project

Within the Space@Sea project ICE is involved in the Inventory of requirements and legal aspects on HSE for offshore multi-use constructions, Mooring system design, Basic design, Detailed design, Integration and collaboration, Development of power storage system, Technical, comfort and safety requirements of Living@Sea, Conceptualisation and Design exploration of Living@Sea, Concepts for aquaculture at modular floating constructions, Identify suitable cargo and cargo streams in relation to location and Development and realization of a 2nd generation design as a complex integrated scale model.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 774253.

The SPACE@SEA project spans three years, running from November 1st, 2017 to November 1st, 2020.

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