You, as client, know what you want and what your ambitions are. We realise those demands and ambitions through our technology. We understand what you want and transform that into a practical design. We advise you on technically advanced and sustainable solutions. That is why we maintain constant contact with you during the entire course of the project: both direct and virtual contact by way of our state-of-the-art software. This enables us to anticipate your questions and take quick action.
Our extensive track-record shows that we have the correct expertise, knowledge and know-how at our disposal. All projects are afforded optimum drive and resolve. Whether it is a project for an entire ship or for a part of a ship is immaterial.
As client, you can count on C-Job employees’ high-level knowledge. That is why we invest in our people through education, training and the newest tools. Our passion for ships and involvement with the client make us as independent naval architecture and engineering office number one in the maritime industry for both clients and employees alike.
- “There are different stages between dream and delivery: the concept stage, the basic draft stage and the detail stage. Although we naturally prefer to design a ship from start to finish, we master each and every stage in the design process. We can intervene at any point in time, be this during the concept stage or while construction plans are being drafted.”
- Concept StageThe first stage of designing a ship is when we transform your dream into a realistic concept. This is the tender package consisting of a general plan, main cross section, tank plan, stability report and technical specifications in which the ship is described. This will enable you to request shipyards for price quotations. During this stage, you will be struck by how quickly and accurately we understand and transform your requirements and requests. We transpose the draft into virtual reality and share it with you.
- Basic Stage
The second stage of designing a ship consists of converting all the drawings of the concept into a basic design in which we determine the characteristic properties of the ship by further developing the conceptual plan. Accuracy and sound technical know-how are essential when doing this because the classification office will have approved the draft by the end of this stage. Their smooth approval is in both your and our interests. We know what their requirements are but compile a draft plan in which the client's requirements take precedence. We like deliberating with the classification office when something does actually meet the technical requirements but perhaps in a manner that is slightly different from the strict letter of the law. You can rest assured that with common sense and a pleasant negotiating atmosphere, we always achieve good results.
- Detail Stage
During the third stage of designing the ship we work out the basic design to the tiniest detail. The essential skills for this stage are an eye for detail, perfectionism and practicality. The end product of this stage is the final workshop drawings with which the yard can start construction.