P-62 Rig | Pernambuco | 2012 – 2014
As the main party responsible for the access structures on the P-62 rig (FPSO – Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel) project, Priner executed industrial paintwork, identifying lines and equipment (sign painters), hydroblasting, passive fire protection (PFP) and airless and conventional painting.
The shortage of local labor prompted Priner to invest in Assembly Worker Training Colleges. At its peak, the job contracts involved a total team of 504, 306 on scaffolding and 198 on paintwork. With its quality, efficiency and safety-focused management in dealing with the complexity of the scaffolding used, the company became a reference for the client for meeting deadlines and the best QHSE performance of all the contractors, achieving the benchmark of a year without lost-time accidents in a total of 850,000 hours of risk exposure.