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Seajacks makes a start on harbourside HQ

Seajacks makes a start on harbourside HQ
Jack-up vessel firm Seajacks has started work on a new 22,000 sq ft headquarters next to Great Yarmouth's Outer Harbour in East Anglia.

Jack-up vessel firm Seajacks has started work on a new 22,000 sq ft headquarters next to Great Yarmouth’s Outer Harbour in East Anglia.

The project makes Seajacks, which serves the offshore wind farm installation market, the first company to agree a new build in the area since the Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour was constructed.

Seajacks’ building will also be the first to emerge within the newly designated Great Yarmouth Enterprise Zone.

The development will include a 12,000 sq ft three storey headquarters and a 10,000 sq ft warehouse, which will be used as a base to service the vessels.

Seajacks managing director, Blair Ainslie, said: “I am hugely excited that construction will soon start on our new Seajacks headquarters in Great Yarmouth.

“The new offices will allow us the space we need to continue with our growth strategy.”

The £3million commercial development is being funded by developer Chaldean Properties.

Seajacks will move to the new complex at South Denes from their current home at Gorleston’s Beacon Innovation Park.

Managing-director Blair Ainslie founded Seajacks about five years ago.

It now turns over about £70m running two $150m self-propelled jack-up vessels, used to install wind turbines.

A third bigger vessel is on order from a shipyard in Dubai and the ambition is to have six vessels by 2015.

Seajacks was bought out by energy-focused private equity firm Riverstone Holdings last year.

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