We are an engineering service company designing offshore installations for the energy sector that can stand severe weather conditions. Our multidisciplinary staff is a team of highly educated specialist engineers, all having significant and relevant experience in their fields.
Our main activities are related to offshore drilling facilities, plug and abandonment packages, processing installations and offshore wind.
Our core business is Concept Development, Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and Detail Engineering as well as Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects.
Our engineering references related to offshore drilling facilities design go back to the early 1980’s (Norwegian Rig Consultants). Since then we have been a front runner in developing concepts, systems, layout and structural arrangements to permanent and mobile offshore units in all waters of the world where oil and gas exploration take place in harsh weather conditions.
We have been involved in offshore wind develop-ment projects since 2015. Although our focus has been in other energy sectors and have no large-scale contract references, we have had a foot into the renewable energy sector as a partner to others and by assigning specialist engineers to complex offshore wind farm projects.
Our multidisciplinary staff of 100 individuals are highly educated and specialized in their respective engineering field. All have significant experience in team work and complex project execution. The capacity and discipline spread cover most engineering tasks.
We are developing our business across a wider offshore engineering market by building on the competence that our heritage has given us and by creating an enthusiastic team spirit among our employees.
Frontica Engineering was founded in 2020 but has a proud heritage all the way back to 1980 when local entrepreneurs in Kristiansand, Norway, established the company Norwegian Rig Consultants (NRC). The company was specialized in engineering related to permanent offshore drilling facilities and mobile drilling units and rapidly become a front runner in the design of installations for the harsh environmental conditions in the North Sea.