Client

Aker Kvaerner

Sector

Overview

The modern and efficient CHP Power Station includes two gas turbines, which add to the reliability of power and steam production at the Wilton International site.Together with a steam turbine they can be used flexibly and responsively to meet on and off site power needs.

The civils works on Project Elm at the CHP Power Station consisted of the construction of the reinforced concrete turbine, transformer pen, steel framed control building and boiler foundations, which comprised 18m long Continuous Flight Auger Piles to support two large foundations for the turbine.

Additionally, works included the installation of all associated services, including draw pits and 3.5km ducting, drainage, reinforced concrete sumps and multiple secondary reinforced concrete foundations.

The civils works consisted of the construction of the reinforced concrete turbine, transformer pen, steel framed control building and boiler foundations.

Location

Teesside

Value

£1.7m

Completion

2008

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