Laydown space development

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Works are underway to create an additional laydown space by early 2024, as part of the Swansea Bay City Deal-backed Pembroke Dock Marine project.

The additional space is being generated through clearance and levelling works and the demolition of a building. The new flat and open laydown area will allow the floating offshore wind industry and its supply chain to store and manoeuvre large devices, vessels and infrastructure.

The Pembroke Dock Marine project will establish a world-class centre for marine energy and engineering with easy access to the Celtic Sea and its significant marine energy resources. We’re also supporting the renewable industry by creating a supersize slipway, a new berthing zone and developing office and workshop spaces in the Hangar Annexes.

Contractors, the Walters Group, began construction in October 2022 and are expected to complete the work by early 2024.

The work is progressing well: 

  • Laydown space construction is complete and will be operational in January 2024. 

Last updated: January 2024

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To discuss your business requirements, please contact Sharon Adams, Commercial Manager by submitting an enquiry form or calling +44 (0)1646 696631.

Pembroke Dock Marine is funded by the UK Government and Welsh Government through the Swansea Bay City Deal, and through the public and private sectors. It is also part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government.

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