Project Apple seeks to create a research and development (R&D) centre of excellence for the global pharmaceutical company UCB, relocating its UK-based Early Discovery facilities from Slough to Windlesham.
We were brought in to develop and manage the programme of the full M&E package, including Design, Procurement, Construction, and Commissioning phases.
The 228MW Stronelairg onshore wind farm sits at an elevation of around 600 meters above sea level. Its load factor, on a P50 basis, is expected to be around 42% in a typical year, which is claimed to be like the load factors of several existing offshore wind farms.
We managed the construction planning for the installation contractor.
Greenlink is a subsea and underground electricity interconnector that links the power markets in Ireland and Great Britain, representing one of Europe’s most important energy infrastructure projects.
We were brought in to produce the baseline programme in the pre-construction phase and manage the programme across the duration of the project.
A major contractor needed assistance with data management and reporting improvements. We established a roadmap and then delivered rolling upgrades to their systems.
We were engaged by a specialist subcontractor to recover a project that was in significant delay, exposing our client financially. Whilst engaged to take ownership of all commercial deliverables, our scope quickly grew to include estimating and planning.
Our client is designing and bringing to market small modular nuclear reactors. We provided a range of services within the PMO, including planning, project controls, and development of digital tools.
The 1.4 GW Sofia offshore wind farm will be one of the largest in the world, as well as one of the farthest from shore, estimated to generate electricity to 1.2M homes.
We partnered with Kier at the ECI stage for the construction of the onshore converter station where we built the P6 programme covering the contract, design, procurement, and construction phases.
Integration of complex systems, design changes, fast build time. Optimum planning & project controls is key for the success of the construction of these £500m giants.
With high spends of £400m+, fast build times, complex commissioning sequences with owners requiring on time delivery for their business requirements. These unique demands mean Hyperscale data centers need their planning and controls to be on point.
A clear direction. Each system needs to be fully understood from a delivery point of view in order to be able to react to unexpected changes.