NORDMARE provides Engineering services, projectmanagement and consultancy for the Shipbuilding industry and beyond.
As an independent Shipbuilding Professional, I base my work on experience gained in over 20 years working in an environment of ever changing projects. Multiple clients from all over the world, any shiptype you can dream of, the many ways of working, of constructing and managing and the multitude of other parties to cooperate with within the fascinating process of building ships.
But experience is not the answer to all questions. If I have found out one true answer, it is that you will never know all there is to know, that there are allways other ways, new possibilities, new thinking – always another adventurous option or innovation to be studied, explored, and perhaps tried. Learning is perpetuous – and I am glad it is.
I have had the priviledge to work on a fascinating range of floating and non-floating structures, ranging from small workboats and big yachts, via container-, passenger- and heavy cargovessels of up to 170 meters, to beautiful architectural bridges and buildings.
It never ceases to amaze me what people can think of and build.
Being part of this fascinating technical world has also given me a large network to rely on, co-operate with and contribute to. Especially that: being able to contribute in a way that brings benefits to all is what drives me. Being able to add, to be part of, to co-operate and be a partner is what may bring us together in a future project.
Do let me know how we can work together to bring an idea to life.
Within all aspects of the process, communication is essential. However logical it may seem to you, someone will be able to interpret in another way. Being able to make other parties not only understand your goal, but to even generate a willingness to reach that goal together is the key factor. Building relations, establishing trust. That is what builds ships.
If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea