In the past, Waller Marine owned its own shipyard and designed and constructed a variety of vessels for clients. Today the Company relies
on the talents of other yards in it's contracting for vessels and marine equipment. This arrangement provides for a more effective and
efficient service to clients and a more economical solution by using the lowest cost qualified constructor.
From conceptual design to installation, Waller Marine can provide a comprehensive solution to a client's needs.
A Contract for the supply and construction of the world's first barge mounted
circulating fluidized bed combustion (CFBC) boiler electrical generating
facility has been awarded to Waller Marine. The nominal 100 MW coal-fired
power plant will be installed at Pickwick, Tennessee under a contract with
Pickwick Power LLC, who will be supplying power into the Tennessee Valley
The Waller Marine designed barge-mounted power plant will be constructed
under supervision to ABS classification in a shipyard located in China using
Chinese CFBC technology. Comprised of two barges, the steam barge and
the turbine barge, the entire plant, with the exception of coal and limestone
storage and material handling facilities will be integrated into the vessels
and transported by submersible ships to Mobile, Alabama. Returned to the
water at Mobile, the barges will be towed up the Tombigbee Waterway for
installation at Pickwick. Waller will act as EPC contractor for the entire project,
including the U.S. civil component.
Waller Marine contracted to design and construct a dynamically
positioned Multi-Purpose Cable Lay Barge. This EPC contract
requires Waller to provide the full-scale supply of the barge and
all specialized cable storage and lay equipment delivered to
Nigeria. The vessel will be designed to lay electric cable, fiber
optic cable and umbilicals in the rivers and coastal estuaries of
Nigeria and in offshore waters up to 300 meters water depth.
The ocean going barge is designed specifically for cable lay
service. With dimensions of 275 ft x 75 ft x 16 ft, the vessel will
be classed by Lloyd's Register, meet all IMO requirements and
be flagged in the Republic of Panama.