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Client: Location: Project: TRAIN LOCAL VILLAGERS ON REEF BALL CONSTRUCTION TO PROVIDE A SOURCE OF INCOME FOR THEM AND ALSO ENHANCEMENT OF LOCAL MARINE AREAS. IT IS A WAY FOR NEWMONT TO HELP THE COMMUNITY AND PROVIDE EXPERTISE THEY CAN USE ONCE THE MINE CLOSES, WHICH WILL BE IN 3-5 YEARS. BARGE Looks as though we may get a landing craft. We can put a crane or mobile crane on it no problem. I don't think they are too happy about letting the cable down into the seawater though and we don't have a pelican hook. One option is to add some older cable to the winch. Or sling a platform that we lower until the PB is half submerged and then tip and slide PB off. what are your thoughts and what is the great technique that you mentioned? Modules will be dropping 10-20m to a sandy bottom.


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