The Lerwick Port Authority is about to spend £45m on a new quay and site huts, reports Construction Enquirer.
They are looking for a contractor that would build a £35m worth facility to handle the decommissioning of giant offshore modules, and a supplier of huts to hold workers worth up to £10m.
In order to create a 30,000 square metre quayside complex, dredging and civil engineering works will also be included.
The £10m contract to create a new modular accommodation block for the workers will create 2,000 square metres of accommodation and 2,850 square metres of warehouse space.
The project is expected to last for 20 months.
World Maritime News Staff, June 18, 2012; Image: Lerwick Port