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Come visit C-Job at the Offshore Energy or Europort Exhibition

 

 

Want to talk about what we can do for your vessels, planned new builds or other naval engineering inquiries. Or you just want to enjoy the beauty of our models.

Feel free to meet us at:

Offshore Energy 2015 | 13 & 14 October | Amsterdam RAI | C-Job stand nr. 9.018, hall 9.

Europort 2015 | 3 to 6 November | Ahoy Rotterdam | C-Job stand 7.209, hall 7.

 

 


 

More projects available on our website

 

 

As the maritime industry is changing, so is the portal through which many maritime professionals find C-Job Naval Architects on the World Wide Web. That is why C-Job decided to gradually improve their existing website and change the content and looks to be ready for new ship designs and engineering solutions in 2016.

 

 


 

Optimise the use of 6000 hp in a pusher

 

 

That was the challenge C-Job Naval Architects had to face. As we were responsible for the basic design (structural/systems engineering and arrangements) and the mission equipment integration of this 6.000 HP pusher for our client the Concordia Group. 

 

 

 


 

C-Job signs contract with GMS for full engineering of 2nd jack-up vessel

 

 

After being successfully involved with the completion of Basic Design and the generation of full Detail Design for systems and outfitting for the S-class jack-up, Gulf Marine Services (GMS) has assigned...

 

 


 

Job Volwater about opportunities in the ferry industry

 

 

During this year’s Shippax Ferry Shipping Conference on board of the MS Pride of Rotterdam, Managing Director Job Volwater spoke about “Designing your own Ferry”.

In front of 400 delegates from the Ferry industry, Mr. Volwater spoke about the opportunities of Ferry Operators to change their current approach on defining and designing a new ferry.

Key take-away from the presentation was that real innovation when designing a vessel starts from scratch...

 

 


 

Video: launching TESO’s double-ended RoRo ferry Texelstroom

 

 

Watch the launch of the double-ended ferry Texelstroom at LaNaval Shipyard in Bilbao, Spain. The ship will sail between the beautiful Dutch island of Texel and the Dutch mainland (Den Helder) in spring 2016. C-Job generated the Initial, Concept and Basic Design of the vessel. Vripack is responsible for the interior en exterior design. In close cooperation with the owner TESO, we are currently assisting the owner during the building process.

 


 

Article: Complex hull shapes need sophisticated assessment

 

 

MARIN publishes about their assistance on the validation of the newly developed hopper dredger for Van Oord together with C-Job Naval Architects. 

This article was published in the "MARIN Report" of August 2015 and is written by Luigi Francesco Minerva and Klaas Kooiker.

The picture shows the stern of Van Oord’s TSHD Vox Maxima under construction at IHC Dredgers.

 


 

C-Job designs hybrid Flettner freighter

 

 

The 5000 DWT Flettner freighter has been developed within the European “S@IL” project. An important outcome of the project is that due to the dependence on trade winds, a 100% sailing vessel without an engine is not economically feasible within the commercial cargo transport sector. Broad research has been done to generate viable alternatives, leading to the model of wind assisted propulsion and hybrid shipping.

 


 

Video update of new TESO ferry

 

 

The building of the TESO is captured on a video journal . You can follow the progress in this edition of July. The build of the new ferrie runs on schedule at LaNaval shipyard. "The boat is growing every day and the yard is working very hard." said Bert Young Project Manager of Teso.

 


 

New Concordia pusher is afloat

 

 

We are very proud that another project of C-Job Naval Architects is afloat! C-Job did the Basic Design (Structural/Systems Engineering and Arrangements) and the Equipment integration of this Pusher for the Concordia Group

 


 

On-site Project Assistance takes a leap

 

 

Recently, C-Job Naval Architects re-launched their On-site Project Assistance activities by making Wietse Bandstra responsible for all their detachment activities.

Wietse says: “At C-Job we recently have received many requests for assistance at the location of our clients”. Due to lack of skillful engineers, people try to find additional solutions. C-Job helps out when there is a need for extra capacity or knowledge on location. Fields we excel at are...

 


 

First C-Job Symposium was succes

 

 

On the 29th of January the first C-Job Symposium was held in Leeuwarden. The symposium was organized by the local naval architecture study association, in Dutch: SV NES which is short for ‘Studievereniging Navigo Ergo Sum’.

 

 

 

 


 

C-Job designs new TSHD full of innovations

 

 

We are extremely proud to present our new concept design of a 17,000 m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD). The design has been established by an extensive collaboration between Van Oord and C-Job Naval Architects.

 

 


 

Looking back on 2014

 

 

Looking back on 2014 we see that it was an interesting and demanding year for C-Job Naval Architects. We were able to continue the projects from 2013, for example taking the design of the Texelstroom further with class approval by Lloyd’s Register.

 

 


 

C-Job introduces On-Site Project Assistance

 

 

As an extension of our main service, delivering design and engineering solutions to the maritime industry, C-Job also helps out with knowledge and capacity on the location of our clients. Because many projects are too small, specific, in need of special software or standards, C-Job assists by delivering capacity to their clients.

 


 

The building of the new TESO

  

 

Currently, LaNaval Shipyard has started working on the first segment for the new TESO Ferry “Texelstroom”. This ship was designed by C-Job Naval Architects. Vripack was responsible for the interior en exterior design.

 


 

Article in SWZ Maritime about Atlantic Dawn

 

 

Sailing with open trunk. That’s the title of the article in the SWZ Maritime edition october 2014 of the Atlantic Dawn, the first mini-heavy lifter type HLV 4400. A design from C-Job we’re really proud of.

There's only one downside. The article is in Dutch. 

 

 


 

Impression design Texelstroom

 

 

The design of the new ferry Texelstroom has been finalized. In January TESO will announce which yard will be awarded with the assignment of building the vessel. In the mean time design office Vripack has produced some styling of the exterior and interior of our design.

 

 


 

Europort 2013

 

  The maritime exhibition in Rotterdam was again a great success. Many people visited our booth and admired the model of the new ferry Texelstroom.

 


 

C-Job News Flash is out

 

  In this News Flash you can read all about our lastest developments, our recently hired engineering talents and our project for TESO. 

 

 


 

Presentation | New Teso design

 

 

On the island of Texel the design of the new ferry Texelstroom was presented during the annual stakeholdersmeeting. Check also our blog including some interior impressions describing the design steps that were made by the TESO design-team.

 


 

Offshore modules Holland Shipyards

 

  For our client Holland Shipyards Group we have designed four 4 different offshore modules:  Accomodation, Restaurant, Technical & Facility modules.
 
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