Capital C has been involved from the onset for the innovative bespoke design and layouts for this highly innovative and game changing class of offshore construction vessel. Triumph Energy FDV class of vessels have been designed to meet and exceed the IMO 2050 regulations and meet the Net Zero carbon emissions goals to combat climate change. New advanced technology, hybrid propulsion, energy recovery & storage systems, hydrogen fuel cells, robotics, safety systems and autonomous systems are incorporated within the vessels and they are at the forefront of future proof, environmentally friendly, sustainable and Net Zero capabilities. These designs have been independently verified to be Carbon Positive and are compliant for carbon credit trading, green financing and green bonds, a global first.
We have worked with Triumph and the vessels naval architects, Skipsteknisk, from the initial project inception and have been involved with numerous design changes with the vessels exterior design including but not limited to the addition of decks and the vessels aesthetics.
We have designed the interior layout in its entirety to the highest comfort level for offshore construction vessels, incorporating innovative industry firsts, sustainable solutions and extra crew safety features.
Sustainable hardwood furniture
No bunk beds
No plastic shower curtains
Vertical hydroponic gardens
Bespoke energy recovery systems
We have also worked directly with NOV for the layouts of the on-board crane & VLS operations rooms and with Kongsberg for the Bridge layouts.
Our scope of supply on the FDV builds is a turnkey supply of the entire accommodation package, with installation by ALMACO Group utilizing Capital C furniture and equipment and advanced HVAC equipment by Novenco Marine.