The Business Network for Maryland Offshore Wind (BizMDOSW) works to bring more jobs to Marylanders. We help businesses through educational events, networking and outreach to offshore wind companies. We assist our member companies in gaining entry into the global and Mid-Atlantic supply chain markets. Please register your company on the supply chain portal below.

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Join our team! Attend the Maryland Offshore Wind 2015 Annual Meeting

April 22-23, 2015
Orioles Warehouse, Camden Yards
Baltimore, Maryland

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  • - Hear updates on regional offshore wind projects.
  • - Understand Maryland’s offshore wind project and the team members required.
  • - Learn about strategies for local subcontracting, plans for procurement, and partnering opportunities.
  • - Discover strategies for securing financing, creating strategic alliances and generating Letters of Intent.
  • - Parking is included.

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Leadership Maryland announced today that Elizabeth Burdock, Executive Director of BizMDOSW, is one of 50 Maryland leaders chosen for Leadership Maryland’s Class of 2015. Read more here.


Siemens claims Veja Mate prize

Siemens has been selected as preferred supplier for the 400MW Veja Mate offshore wind project in the German North Sea.

At the press conference, member company K2 Management was recognized and complimented for their experience and insight, making this one of the world’s fastest contract negotiations in the offshore wind industry. Read more.

Member company Seatower installs cranefree foundation in the British Channel

This new type of foundation for offshore wind turbines is regarded as a potential game changer due to fast and efficient installation procedures without the use of offshore cranes or special purpose vessels.

The first Seatower Cranefree Gravity® foundation for offshore wind was successfully installed in the British Channel approximately 15 km off the French coast at the Fécamp offshore site at 30 meters water depth. The installation was carried out by MT Højgaard on February 9, 2015. The hollow Seatower foundation was towed out to its desired position by two tugs and then deployed by letting seawater flow into the hollow foundation. The foundation was thereby fixed to the seabed by its own ballasted weight. Read more.

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