Projects

 

MOB has more than 30 years’ experience in carrying out complex, technical projects. Here follows several examples from a long list of successful projects, which show how MOB works according to its principles of punctuality and safety.

EMERALD PROJECT: EXPANSION OF PRODUCTION CAPACITY

In February 2016, MOB started a project at Emerald Kalama Chemical in the Botlek, Rotterdam.

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EON THERMAL POWER STATION ROTTERDAM

In September 2014, MOB successfully completed work activities at the Galileïstraat thermal power station in Rotterdam, which belongs to EON.

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A SPECIALITY – HEATER REVAMPS

MOB has a wealth of knowledge in heater revamps and has successfully carried out a number of complex heater revamps projects in recent years.

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HV-5/6 TURNAROUND SHELL PERNIS

In early May 2015, MOB completed work on the large-scale HV-5/6 turnaround at Shell Pernis for our client, Shell.

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VOPAK’s ‘2000 GROUP’ TANK TERMINAL

From September 2012 to July 2014, MOB supported Vopak in constructing the ‘2000 Group’ tank terminal park. MOB was responsible for the prefabrication and installation of pipework and steelwork on the Vopak site in Vlaardingen.

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NEW CONSTRUCTION ETT 3 TANK TERMINAL

Commissioned by Euro Tank Terminal plc (ETT), MOB collaborated on the construction of the new ETT 3 tank park in Rotterdam-Europort.

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PIPING INSTALLATION AT VOPAK’s NEW TANK TERMINAL

In the spring of 2011, MOB started the prefabrication and installation of pipelines and steel work for a new tank park with 15 new storage tanks at the Royal Vopak terminal in Vlaardingen.

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NEW WASTE INCINERATION  INSTALLATION  FOR BAVIRO

In early 2010, Fabricom/GDF SUEZ commissioned MOB for pipeline activities in the construction of the SITA ReEnergy Industrial Waste Incineration Installation (Dutch: BAVIRO).

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Facet Project - Shell

For this 2009 project, MOB was responsible for the prefabrication and installation of two different modules at its own location in Rotterdam. The modules were constructed according to a plug-and-play system, which resulted in seamless and complementary functionality.

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