We are delighted to announce that we have secured the contract for the Kemsley Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in Kent, our first project with main contractor Clugston Construction.
Work began on site in August 2016 and this will continue over the next three years with operations expected to begin in 2019. The Curtis Moore team were deployed on site last month. We are installing TATA composite wall panels and Bauder single ply system to the roofs.
This is our first project working with Clugston Construction, who are specialists in building and civil engineering. This is Clugston’s twelfth project within the energy from waste sector, working with CNIM Group as the main contractors on this development. Clugston are headquartered in Scunthrope with offices in Leeds,
With over 80 years’ experience, Clugston have built up a wealth of knowledge from a wide range of building and civil engineering projects, many of them high-profile award-winning schemes for national and international customers.
This project is Curtis Moore’s fourth project in the Energy from Waste sector and our Manging Director, Euan Walker commented: “We’re proud to grow our portfolio in this field of work as well as grow our client base by working with new contractors such as Clugston.”
The Kemsley facility will not look like your typical power plant. As environmental performance and technology has evolved, so have the architectural elements. To reflect the high level of technology that these projects hold, the modern-day plant often has eye-catching facilities. No two facilities are the same. They are no longer restricted to ‘square box’ designs and are more aesthetically pleasing.
The project is due for completion early 2019 and expected to be operated by spring.