It really highlights the scale of these massive structures and is acessorised with some suitably dramatic music.
The construction featured 72 monopiles with a 6m diameter and a length of up to 70m, with the longest piles weighing 900te.
The foundations were produced onshore and then transported on Bilfinger’s barges to the load-out harbour in Esbjerg.
From there, they were loaded onto the installation vessel Pacific Orca and transported directly to the project area.
The monopiles were rammed into the seabed with currently the largest hydraulic hammer in the world, Menck’s MHU 3500S.