5 display cases completed for Subsea7's new office

Published on 11/8/2017

  • 5 display cases completed for Subsea7's new office

The customer

Subsea 7 is a world-leading seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services contractor to the offshore energy industry. The company operates globally and has a focused ethic based on supporting subsea engineering and promoting rapid technological growth within this area. They have previously partnered and continue to work with some of the biggest names in the oil and gas industry.  

Project brief

The company was in the process of relocating their main offices in the UK. Based in Sutton, Surrey, they were moving to a larger office and planned to display five models of their flagships in display cases. The cases were to be made from acrylic, which would sit on a wooden plinth with a metal stand finished to a chrome effect. The client supplied a CAD drawing and was fairly specific about their requirements. As well as manufacturing  and installing the display cases, the models also needed cleaning and a few parts had to be repaired.  

Process of work

After receiving the CAD drawing and a confirmation of the customer’s requirements we started with a site visit to measure the models. We planned to spread the manufacturing process across three workshops. The wooden plinth and metal stands were made first as the completion time for the acrylic cases was shorter.


We successfully managed the project to deliver all five cases, stands and plinths to the offices of Subsea 7 on the same day. Lead model maker Kaloyan oversaw the installation and cleaned / repaired the models on the same day as well, offering an inclusive end-to-end service for the client.


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