Scunthorpe-based Clugston Construction wins Deeside Incinerator contract.
A North Lincolnshire based contractor, Clugston Construction has been handed the contract to deliver building and civil engineering works for the new Parc Adfer incinerator to be built on Deeside Industrial Park by Wheelabrator Technologies.
It’s the second contract to be awarded to Clugson by the US based Wheelabrator having previously won a £66m job to deliver building and civil engineering works for a new Combined Heat & Power facility Kemsley in Kent.
A three-year construction phase is set to begin at the end of 2016, once complete the new incinerator will burn up to 200,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste a year trucked in from across five North Wales counties.
The waste to energy plant will generate enough energy to power 30,000 homes as part of a £800m long-term contract and support 35 full-time jobs with many more expected to be created in the supply chain and during the construction phase.
Supply Chain Event.
Businesses wanting to find out more about the opportunities on offer to potential supply chain partners working across Deeside and North Wales are invited to a ‘Meet the Buyer’ on Thursday 3 November in the Main Hall of the new Sixth Form Centre at Coleg Cambria, Kelsterton Road, Connah’s Quay.
The day will be split into three separate sessions:
07.30 – 10.00 – Construction and civil engineering
11.00 – 15.00 – Ancillary, on and off-site support services
16.00 – 18.30 – Construction and civil engineering
Delegates will have the opportunity to meet individually with representatives of the three host companies to discuss their skills and experience while finding out more about the likely approach to procurement for the Parc Adfer supply chain.
More details here
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