• Capacity: 1600 MW
  • Topside Weight: 4,400 tonnes
  • Water Depth: 45 meters
  • Substructure: Jacket
  • Detailed Design: Topside & Jacket
  • Client: Mayflower Wind/BSR


The Mayflower wind farm will create enough power for over half a million households and be able to generate 1,600 MW of green energy. The project is expected to be ready and deliver energy by 2025. Once in operation, the project will provide enough electricity to power approximately half a million homes in the state of Massachusetts and eliminate 1.7 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually. 

Services provided by ISC 

ISC has performed the initial and final layout and detailed engineering for the Mayflower offshore substation on the topside and the jacket. As a sub-contractor to Bladt Industries, ISC will perform the engineering design works with Semco Maritime and 

the U.S. partner WSP, adding WSP's expertise in U.S. offshore wind permitting and engineering to the team. The offshore substation will have a topside of 4.400 tons and 3.000 tons jacket foundation.