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Chris van Beek

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Deepwater Wind LLC

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Deepwater Wind LLC

56 Exchange Terrace Suite 101

Providence, Rhode Island 02903

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Chairman of the Safety and Legislation Committee
International Marine Contractors Association

Education

BSC

Civil Engineering

Technical College

Economics degree

Erasmus University

Web References (67 Total References)


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CHRIS VAN BEEK
PRESIDENT
Chris serves as President, where he manages all project-related construction activities.
Prior to joining Deepwater Wind, Chris served most recently as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for Heerema Marine Contractors, a global leader in offshore construction based in The Netherlands. Over his 25-year career at Heerema, Chris was involved in all aspects of offshore oil and gas marine construction including engineering, operations, procurement, contracting, equipment management, planning, logistics, and project management. Van Beek is formerly a member of the International Marine Contractors Association, where he served as chairman of the safety and legislation committee.
Chris earned a BSC in Civil Engineering from Technical College in Zwolle and an Economics degree from Erasmus University in Rotterdam.


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CHRIS VAN BEEK

PRESIDENT
Chris serves as President, where he manages all project-related construction activities. Prior to joining Deepwater Wind...


Deepwater Wind : About : Our Team

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Chris van Beek

President
Chris serves as President, where he manages all project-related construction activities.
Prior to joining Deepwater Wind, Chris served most recently as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for Heerema Marine Contractors, a global leader in offshore construction based in The Netherlands. Over his 25-year career at Heerema, Chris was involved in all aspects of offshore oil and gas marine construction including engineering, operations, procurement, contracting, equipment management, planning, logistics, and project management. Van Beek is formerly a member of the International Marine Contractors Association, where he served as chairman of the safety and legislation committee.
Chris earned a BSC in Civil Engineering from Technical College in Zwolle and an Economics degree from Erasmus University in Rotterdam.


Standing on the ferry's second deck ...

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Standing on the ferry's second deck while circling the site, Deepwater Wind President Chris van Beek told The Times that, "all of the steel foundation components have been fabricated" and noted that the final components, a steel jacket foundation and three decks, were en route from Houma, Louisiana. Van Beek explained that each foundation is comprised of two components: the steel jacket foundation and a deck, or platform, that sits atop it.

"It's a pretty simple process," said van Beek about the construction process. "It's a matter of just putting a few components together. Van Beek said that there has been good cooperation from all of the different entities engaged in the construction process for the project.
Van Beek noted that after the first steel foundation component was returned to Quonset Point last week, Specialty Diving Services adjusted the rigging by adding a few ladders, to allow workers the proper access to install the foundation in the water. The first foundation was due to be permanently anchored to the seabed during the week through a process that van Beek calls "pile driving," which means pile driving steel two hundred feet down into the sea floor.
"We were pretty keen about getting accurate precision" for the placement of the foundations, said van Beek. Deepwater Wind has engaged the surveying company T. Baker Smith, based in Lafayette, Louisiana, to provide GPS (Global Positioning System) data.
Van Beek denoted that two solar panels affixed to a platform deck component perched on a barge will power the aid-to-navigation system on each of the wind farm turbines.
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Standing on the ferry's second deck while circling the site, Deepwater Wind President Chris van Beek told The Times that, "all of the steel foundation components have been fabricated" and noted that the final components, a steel jacket foundation and three decks, were en route from Houma, Louisiana. Van Beek explained that each foundation is comprised of two components: the steel jacket foundation and a deck, or platform, that sits atop it.
"It's a pretty simple process," said van Beek about the construction process. "It's a matter of just putting a few components together. Van Beek said that there has been good cooperation from all of the different entities engaged in the construction process for the project.
Van Beek noted that after the first steel foundation component was returned to Quonset Point last week, Specialty Diving Services adjusted the rigging by adding a few ladders, to allow workers the proper access to install the foundation in the water. The first foundation was due to be permanently anchored to the seabed during the week through a process that van Beek calls "pile driving," which means pile driving steel two hundred feet down into the sea floor.
"We were pretty keen about getting accurate precision" for the placement of the foundations, said van Beek. Deepwater Wind has engaged the surveying company T. Baker Smith, based in Lafayette, Louisiana, to provide GPS (Global Positioning System) data.
Van Beek denoted that two solar panels affixed to a platform deck component perched on a barge will power the aid-to-navigation system on each of the wind farm turbines.


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Deepwater Wind President Chris van Beek said that the re-rigging involved adding a few ladders to the foundation so that the construction workers could access the steel jacket for proper installation.

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Deepwater Wind President Chris van Beek said that the re-rigging involved adding a few ladders to the foundation so that the construction workers could access the steel jacket for proper installation.

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