Building on a tradition of craftsmanship that stretches back to 1965, Bladt Industries is an international steel contractor operating in three key areas of business providing steel solutions for the wind and renewable energy sector, for the oil and gas industry and for infrastructural projects.
A diversity of solutions
Efficiency, on-time deliveries and first-class quality are paramount to us when we manufacture a large variety of complex steel structures, including turnkey solutions to both on- and offshore projects. Our range of products includes foundations and substations for offshore wind projects, suction anchors, topsides and jackets for oil and gas projects as well as steel tanks, buildings, bridges and harbour structures for infrastructural projects.
Making a difference
Through the years, we have contributed with expertise to a long line of ground-breaking projects around the globe, putting our fingerprints on many of the world’s largest wind farms and oil and gas projects in the North Sea. Our experience, built through decades, is your guarantee for professional consultancy, strong project management and uncompromising quality.
Not two projects are alike. To accommodate every single customer, we craft a personalized suite of services, offering a powerful range of possibilities and solutions designed and manufactured specifically for the individual project.
Quality – Health & Safety -Environment
At Bladt Industries, we keep a high standard – not only to our final products, but the entire journey from project initiation to the finished product handover.Quality, health, safety and environment are all factors that we keep at the highest priority.
We are certified within ISO 9001:2008, OHSAS 18001:2008, ISO 3834-2:2005, En1090-2:2008 and DIN 18800-7:2008-11.
In addition to these quality and safety certifications we have also chosen to be prequalified and certified throgh several databases. Thus, Bladt Industries is present as a supplier inthe Achilles JQS, Sellihca, FPAL, UVDB and Connexio databases.
In May 2016, Bladt Industries won an order for the supply of three substations for the Hornsea Project One Offshore Wind Farm – a Ørsted venture. The construction contract is unique and historical, as it is the first time in Bladt Industries’ and their long-term partner Semco Maritime’s history that a contract has been signed for three substation topsides at the same time. The first […]
In last quarter of 2015, Bladt Industries A/S was awarded a PC contract by EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH for a total of 87 transition pieces for the Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm project. The contract is divided into two different projects with four different types of transition pieces. The Walney 4 project is for the fabrication of 47 transition pieces at our […]
In the first part of 2015, Bladt Industries A/S and EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH as a joint venture, was awarded a construction contract by Offshore Windforce VM V.O.F. (a joint venture consisting of Volker Stevin International GmbH and Boskalis Offshore Marine Contracting B.V) for the supply of 67 monopile foundations for the Veja Mate […]
In early 2015, Bladt Industries was granted a construction contract by Parkwind NV for the supply of the Bligh Bank 2 substation for the Belwind Wind Farm. The construction of the substation was initiated in May 2015 and continued until September 8 2016 where shipment of the substation took place. The final stage of the Bligh Bank 2 project […]
In August 2015, fabrication of the first project at the Offshore Structures Britain facilities (OSB) in Great Britain was started up. The contract was for a total of 32 transition pieces for the Burbo Bank Extension Offshore Wind Farm – awarded by EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH. 16 transition pieces were fabricated at the OSB facilities, while the remaining 16 were fabricated at Bladt Industries’ […]
In 2014, Bladt Industries was awarded an EPCI contract by Nordsee One for the supply of an offshore substation including jacket structure and piles for the Nordsee Offshore Wind Farm – a jacket foundation at a weight of 1,400 tons, piles at 900 tons, as well as a 2,150 tons substation equipped with 2 transformers providing a total output of 332 MW. In 4th […]
Bladt Industries was awarded a contract by Ørsted for 97 offshore foundations for the Gode Wind Offshore Wind Farms 1 and 2 in November 2013. Bladt Industries was the main contractor, fabricating the 97 transition pieces in total and with longterm partner EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH as subcontractor for the 97 monopiles. All transition pieces […]
Since the very beginning of the offshore wind industry, Bladt Industries has been involved in the construction of foundations for offshore wind farms across Europe. From monopiles and transition pieces to XL foundations and jacket structures – we know our business and fabricate offshore foundations according to our clients’ specifications.
Experience is essential Practice makes perfect – and as a contender in the wind energy sector you need a steel contractor that you can trust. For us at Bladt Industries experience is one of our forces. We have gone from being the first company to fabricate an offshore substation in 2002, to having fabricated well […]
Market leading experience From the very beginning Bladt Industries has been involved in the construction of offshore foundations for the wind industry across Europe. From monopiles and transition pieces to XL foundations and various jacket structures – we know our business and we are able to fabricate offshore foundations according to our clients’ specifications. With […]
Based on another significant order for foundations for offshore wind, Bladt Industries are establishing a production site at several of the largest halls at Lindø Industrial Park. In total, Bladt Industries will have more than 30,000 square meters of production halls at Lindø Industrial Park at their disposal and will create dedicated production lines for serial production of jacket foundations for offshore wind turbines.
This white paper takes you through all the elements of the success story of wind energy in Denmark. From the starting point and what we now consider small-scale wind turbines to the projects and technologies that push the bar and the ambitions for wind energy as a source of renewable energy. We hope you will be inspired.