Electrical engineering & contracting
Whether providing assistance with a basic electrical designs or delivering turnkey electrical packages, Callenberg Technology Group enjoys a track record of successful electrical contracting projects.
- Electrical engineering and contracting for new builds, retrofits and conversions
- Delivering up to 500,000 engineering and technician man-hours annually
- Turnkey, EPC and EPIC contract options
- Equipment selected to suit each project, independent of manufacturer
Turnkey, EPC & EPIC contracts
For new build and major conversion projects, we have the capability to act as the yard's full engineering department and take total responsibility for project execution. This includes system integration, procurement, coordination and project management - all according to specification and class requirements.
Conversion & retrofits
Callenberg Technology Group carries out all types of electrical conversion and refurbishment projects. We have a successful track record of executing projects during vessel operation, in port or at a yard.
Smooth and efficient project execution is a key success factor to deliver complex refurbishments and conversions, on-time and on-budget.
Callenberg Technology Group provides labour and on-site management for electrical installations during new building, conversions or extensions of electrical & automation systems in marine & offshore installations.
Our customers use us when an experienced crew of a considerable size is needed to complete a job quickly. Annually, we provide 300,000 - 500,000 man-hours with our staff of highly qualified electrical engineers and electro-technicians.
We undertake any kind of design, engineering or supervision assignments, either as owners or yards representatives. We are brand-independent and select equipment and parts based on the requirements of the project.
Our flying squads consist of multi-competence engineers and electricians working globally for repairs and installations. Our flying squads are supported by our service and spares hubs in Europe.