Outfall pipe installation Image
  • 4 months
  • United Kingdom
  • Operation & Maintenance

Outfall pipe installation

In 2023, Jifmar Scotland successfully completed the planning and execution of an ambitious project for the construction of a 2KM civils outfall pipe from mainland UK into the sea.


This initiative showcased the collaborative expertise of Jifmar Scotland in engineering and design and was supported by Jifmar Offshore Services.


This significant project was made possible by the dedicated efforts of our on-site team, strategic use of our specialised vessel, the Voe Viking, and the support from our inhouse professional divers.


The project was successfully completed within the 4-month planned period.

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  • 3 days
  • East coast of Scotland
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)

Anti-pollution exercise

In October 2023, Jifmar Scotland was at the forefront of an essential Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) anti-pollution drill, off Scotland’s east coast. Our vessel, the Jif Worker, played a crucial role, alongside a select fleet, in deploying containment booms to manage a simulated oil spill.  This exercise, undertaken over three days, demonstrating our commitment and capability in such scenarios.


The Jif Worker showcased its proficiency and precision by effectively towing and positioning the boom to encapsulate the oil near the affected vessel. In the proceeding days Jif Worker deployed additional booms with innovative recovery techniques including the efficient use of skimmers by the Jif Worker to remove the mock oil. The adept handling of on-board equipment, like hoses for diluting the spill, further illustrates our comprehensive approach to pollution control.

Silt curtains installation Image
  • 9 months
  • Yorkshire - England
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Yorkshire Water

Silt curtains installation

Jifmar Scotland (North West Marine) successfully completed a comprehensive reservoir project encompassing the procurement, installation and testing of a submerged and buried siphon, spanning approximately 75 meters in length, with a nominal bore of 2000 mm.


Throughout the entirety of this project, our commitment to environmental preservation remained at the forefront of planning and implementation. To ensure minimal ecological impact, stringent measures were implemented, including the meticulous installation and daily inspection of two layers of silt curtains by our expert divers.


Continuous monitoring of turbidity levels was also conducted daily to facilitate smooth project operations while safeguarding the surrounding environment.