To serve the increasing demand for offshore vessels in the northeastern United States, particularly in the rapidly growing offshore wind business, Guice Offshore opened a new office this month in Providence, Rhode Island.
The new Guice Offshore office is located in the CIC Providence building at:
225 Dyer Street, 2nd Floor
Providence, RI 02903
A conference and AV (audio-visual) room, plenty of private workspace and a kitchen area are among the new office features.
Guice Offshore joins a host of other respected offshore wind service providers at the same address, including Crowley, Fugro and Aqueos, and the Revolution Wind projects powered by Ørsted and Eversource. The location marks a convenient centerpoint between the Port of New Bedford and the CT Port Authority in New London, Connecticut, where Guice Offshore maintains dedicated dock space. Both ports are becoming bustling offshore wind hubs.
“With our growing number of offshore wind clients in the northeast, our new Rhode Island office will serve as an extension of our hiring and operations departments,” Guice Offshore Vice President of Sales and Marketing David Scheyd explained. “From this location, we’ll be serving customers’ various offshore marine needs, meet personally to discuss upcoming projects and operations, plus we’ll be able to apply the newest technology and solutions to serve their new offshore installations.”
Guice Offshore’s operations team manages both its fleet and crews, handling crew changes, repairs and regular general vessel maintenance. The dedicated Guice Offshore HSE (health, safety and environment) team also will extend to its new Rhode Island office to ensure that all clients’ individualized onboard safety programs are properly organized and executed, from launch to mission completion.
“The offshore wind industry is especially safety conscious and we’ve been highly responsive to both U.S. and international needs for safety standards, accordingly” Scheyd noted.
Indeed, the growing Guice Offshore fleet of Jones Act-compliant, dynamically positioned offshore supply vessels, mini supply vessels and platform vessels is well positioned to help meet America’s wind energy infrastructure installation and service goal deadlines, whether it’s crew transfer, service, cable laying, subsea work like scour protection or equipment transportation.
About Guice Offshore
Guice Offshore vessels are well-maintained, well-manned and feature ample accommodations and sought-after equipment such as A-frames, cranes, winches, moonpools, deck sockets and essentials to facilitate a spectrum of highly specialized offshore projects.
Guice Offshore has strategic partnerships along the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Seaboard, from South Florida to Connecticut, and maintains its highly capable vessels in accessible locations for quick response to myriad needs of the many industries it serves.
Headquartered in Covington, Louisiana with its operations base in Lafayette, Louisiana, Guice Offshore operates a 15-vessel fleet of U.S. Flag offshore vessels that includes Jones Act-compliant mini supply, multi-purpose and platform vessels in the 150-ft, 170-ft and 205-ft class with DP1 and DP2 certifications.
Guice Offshore operates from coast to coast in North America and select international locales.
Additionally, its subsidiary, GO Marine Services, a catering and offshore labor contractor, supports mission requirements that help minimize mobilization time and expense for Guice Offshore customers with special services like marine riggers, roustabouts and certified protected species observers in compliance with marine mammal regulatory requirements.
For charter inquiries, please contact David Scheyd at email@example.com or (985) 273-2769