Commissioning, Maintenance, and Offshore Hook Up

Commissioning is considered to be the energisation of mechanically completed equipment and systems including dynamic trials of systems and sub-systems and providing Ready For Start-Up (RFSU) certificates, compile in commissioning dossier and handover of respective data giving proof of mechanical completion and commissioning whether it be onshore or offshore.

Some examples include the running and entire testing of the power generation systems, testing of emergency shutdown and control systems and dynamic trials on oil and gas export systems prior to load out to minimize the offshore or site scope.

Offshore Commissioning & Maintenance

MCCS ensures seamless energisation and testing of equipment, providing Ready For Start-Up certificates for onshore and offshore projects. Services include factory acceptance testing, compliance verification, and comprehensive preservation and maintenance planning. Our detailed offshore commissioning procedures and experienced mechanical completion team guarantee a phased handover of systems with complete documentation, supporting the client from start-up to the operation and maintenance phase.

Offshore Hook Up

Examples of international offshore commissioning services carried out by MCCS

MCCS offers turnkey offshore hook-up services, supplying personnel, engineering, equipment, and marine spreads for onshore remote plants or offshore platforms. Our services encompass marine spread provision, tool and equipment supply, workforce management, HSE and quality control, training, planning, and risk assessment studies for a streamlined offshore mobilisation process.

The service includes, but is not limited to, the following :


  • Provision of complete Marine Spread
  • Provision of all tools and equipment
  • Provision of all management and work force
  • Onshore preparation for HSE and Quality Control
  • Onshore Training prior to mobilization offshore
  • Onshore preparation of planning, Job Cards, Work Packs etc.
  • Preparation of all necessary procedures
  • All Risk assessment studies
  • Liaison with the onshore fabricator prior to load out to maximize on information