Cammell Laird chief executive John Syvret CBE said the company is now in a robust position to take a leading role in Britain's wind energy revolution.
said to further expand the facilities offered by Cammell Laird
, fabrication is currently underway on a new crew transfer pontoon.
This will mean that the upgraded area can handle vessels, heavy equipment and crew from one central and accessible location.
"The new infrastructure will work together with our existing fabrication and assembly facilities to offer the wind energy sector the complete engineering solution from one location," he
will further be able to fabricate monopiles and transition pieces which can then be processed and despatched from the site."
's world class facilities include its heavy engineering module construction hall which is one of the biggest in Europe and which dominates the Wirral skyline.
It is 16000m2 45m high with 400t craneage capacity.
said the work is part of a much broader focus to support the construction of Gwynt y Môr wind farm, and position itself for new opportunities in the long term.