The next modernization project took ALMACO’s team onboard Royal Caribbean International’s Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas to perform turnkey deliveries of 17 new crew cabins on deck 2 during sailing. The scope of work for each of the ships involved the dismantling of the existing crew-dedicated Windjammer, the assembly of the 17 new cabins and new corridors, and the electrical and piping works in line with the physical changes.
“The team was faced with several technical and scheduling challenges with back-to-back projects that had practically overlapping timelines,” explained Tommi Virta, Project Manager. Mr. Stenwall added, “It is ALMACO’s expertise, flexibility, and adaptability that once more allowed our modernization team to take on these two projects, which started immediately after our work onboard Stena Alegra, and to deliver to the high standards for which ALMACO is known.”
ALMACO was awarded a second contract to build 13 additional crew cabins onboard each of the ships. The scope was expanded to include HVAC in addition to the original scope of work, making ALMACO the main contractor in the area. The work will be carried out during the course of 3 months starting with Anthem of the Seas in November through December 2015 followed by Quantum of the Seas in January 2016.
These projects are examples of ALMACO’s extensive experience and capabilities to deliver food handling and accommodation solutions around the globe. “Managing several worldwide projects involving different areas of the ship’s interiors, which denotes expertise in both catering and accommodation areas, is part of ALMACO’s DNA,” states Mr. Stenwall.
Mr. Stenwall adds, “We are proud to have the capabilities to refurbish all interior areas of our customers’ ships including passenger and crew cabins, public spaces and all catering areas. Furthermore, being able to help our customers both in their interior newbuilding projects and their refits is what makes ALMACO unique.”
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