G&H Fabrication wins £2 million of works for power schemes across the UK
G&H Fabrication has won close to £2 million of work for power schemes across the UK as it continues to grow.
Part of the G&H Group, which is the complete mechanical and electrical building services provider, G&H Fabrication has been appointed at four different sites.
Two are Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) schemes to provide the National Grid with reserve power at certain times of the day when usage is greater than forecast or if there is plant unavailability.
The first is at Marden Power in Scunthorpe and the second at Kiln Power in Leicester.
Fabrication works will also be delivered for a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) scheme for the Edina Group’s contract to supply and install power supplies as part of the redevelopment of Merrion House in Leeds.
A steam plant room installation at Nestle House in York for Newsome Refrigeration is the fourth contract win for G&H Fabrication.
James Sherburn, Director of G&H Fabrication, said: “We have carried out fabrication works for large scale power generation facilities for many years and winning contracts for these four schemes reflects the reputation we have in delivering defect free work on time and on budget.
“This latest work will see us manufacture large individual components such as 32 bespoke pump skids and eight, 1.2-metre diameter, 8-metre long twin flue stacks with more than two miles of tailor made pipework built.
“Approximately 90% of the work will be carried out off-site in our specialist facility, which reduces congestion on-site, means we can test before delivering and install at the most convenient time for the contractors.”
The two STOR projects are due to be completed in November with Merrion House and Nestle House finished in August.
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