Can Mollaibrahimoglu, Project Engineer 

“I am grateful to be able to take part in offshore windfarm installation and act for a more sustainable future. I can’t wait for the installation of the new generation of turbines, for which Cadeler will play a major role.”


School: DTU (Technical University of Denmark)

Degree: Master of Science (MSc) in Civil Engineering with a focus on Offshore Engineering

Internship: Can joined our company as a student assistant in January 2018, he performed analyses for active projects and engineering studies for project tenders. His master’s thesis, titled Numerical Modelling of Spudcan Penetration for Offshore Installations, tied into his role.

“During my internship, I had the opportunity to take part in offshore operations aboard one of Cadeler's Windfarm Installation Vessels, where giant wind turbine components were installed in harsh environmental conditions. I am lucky I have been part of such impressive and complicated engineering processes.”

Permanent position: In October 2018, Can was appointed Assistant Project Engineer, then Project Engineer in January 2020. Some examples of his recurring tasks include preparing site-specific assessments, risk assessments, steel structure calculations for sea fastening, ensuring overall vessel stability during operations, leg penetration and extraction assessments, lifting drawings, adverse weather window assessments, preparing site plans, project engineering management and planning.

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Can Mollaibrahimoglu
Project Engineer Office
“I am grateful to be able to take part in offshore windfarm installation and act for a more sustainable future." Meet Can Mollaibrahimoglu

Come join us!

Join Cadeler and become part of an international company with a diverse and agile team who is constantly seeking to contribute to making the world a better place. So, come and take part in the transition journey towards clean energy. We have an open and informal working environment, and we like to welcome new colleagues with open arms, as we believe that everyone can make a difference. At Cadeler you will be able to make an impact, as we offer a workplace that empowers and gives opportunities for development – both on a personal as well as on a professional level.

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