Tanks and admin building of Freeport LNG

Don Goodwin was the Construction Safety Manager representing Freeport LNG Development L.P. Lance Goodwin and Rodney Cressionnie were also Safety Representatives. The project was completed with a total rate of 0.58 with 8 million hours worked without a Lost Time Accident, the terminal is now accepting cargos.


Port of Freeport

All the gap analysis audits have been completed.


Picture of Magnolia

Don Goodwin was Site Safety Manager for the fabrication, commissioning, and installation of the world's deepest Tension Leg Platform (TLP) which is now producing oil in over 4700 feet of water 220 miles off the coast of Texas.

Lance Goodwin managed the Electrical and Instrumentation installation as well as the offshore commissioning of Magnolia.


Zafiro Picture

Amanda Morin represented MMR Group as site safety manager during the fabrication and installation of the Motor Control Center for the ExxonMobil Zafiro project which is located in Equatorial Guinea in 2004.


BBT Picture

Jeff Gerdes represented Gulf Marine Fabricators as the project safety manager for the fabrication of the Top Half of the world's Tallest compliant tower now supporting a platform off the coast of Africa.


Picture of Holstien

Jeff Gerdes was the Gulf Marine HSE Constultant during the fabrication and mating of the BP Holstein Spar. Holstein is the largest spar in the Gulf of Mexico, weighing in at nearly 30,000 tons and operating in 4400 feet of water.


BHP Billiton Picture

Amanda Morin administered safety management for MMR Group for the installation of electrical and instrumentation on the BHP Billiton Angostura Structure.


GC 52A Damaged by Hurricane Rita

Lance Goodwin managed HSE for reconstruction efforts of damage caused by hurricane Rita on the ConocoPhillips Marquette and the GC52A. These two rigs are bridged together and are located in the Green Canyon in the Gulf of Mexico. Some minor repair work was also done on the Jolliet 184, which was the first TLWP ever in the GOM. It is suspected that the intensity of Rita caused 75 foot seas and winds over 200 MPH.


Atlantis at Dawn

Gilbert Perez was the Safety Administrator for MMR on the BPAtlantis Integration. The Integration of the Hull and the three topsides modules took place at Kiewit Offshore Services In Ingleside TX. The three topsides modules weigh approximately 5,000 tons each. The Atlantis PQ is now located in the Gulf of Mexico in as deep as 7,100 feet of water.