UXOcontrol, the Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) risk mitigation solutions expert, which was appointed as specialist contractor to complete the UXO identification campaign for the Kincardine Offshore Wind Farm, has now completed the scope on time and under budget. Located approximately 15km off the south-east coast of Aberdeen, at water depths ranging between 60m to 80m, Kincardine Offshore Wind Farm is the world’s largest project of its kind with a nominal capacity of 50 MW, comprisingoffshore floating wind turbine structures, an offshore export cable, a landfall and an onshore export cable. UXOcontrol’s first UK contract as the rebranded joint venture of N-Sea and BODAC, was awarded by Cobra Wind International Ltd., a subsidiary of Spanish developer and construction company Grupo Cobra, which has been contracted to undertake the engineering, design, supply, construction and commissioning of the wind farm. Following geographical survey works, the identification campaign commenced in May 2020, with the mobilisation of UXOcontrol‘s fully-equipped UXO clearance vessel, the Noordhoek Pathfinder (NHP), which conducted works at water depths varying from 13.9m to 87m over a period of four weeks. The contract engaged 40 of UXOcontrol’s highly-skilled offshore personnel, in addition to six of its onshore experts. Productivity during project execution resulted in it being completed under budget.