Lagan Construction Value: £850,000 Start date: August 2016 Contract length: 18 months


"During my time at Northern Counties Safety Group it is evident that Addison Plant regard safety as being equally important as quality and production.
At the core of their safety culture is an active involvement from the directors and senior management, which recognises that people are Addison Plants greatest asset.
It is positive and encouraging to see that the motivation to continually improve their safety culture is helping drive down accidents in our industry, with this years figures being at an all time low.
Even in these tough times for construction, Addison Plant have implemented a successful health and safety management system that should be seen as a benchmark to other civil engineering organisations.
With the company’s continual improvement and commitment to safety, it is my belief that Addison Plant are on the right track."
Craig Penketh CMIOSH SpDipEM NCSG Technical Health & Safety Practitioner
PROJECT SUMMARY The Port Clarence Renewable Energy Plant will have capacity to treat an estimated 325,000 tonnes of waste wood per year. The plant will generate around 40MW of power, the equivalent of powering around 75,000 homes in Tees Valley and elsewhere in the North East. We were awarded the drainage and ducting packages on the project and later awarded the contract to complete the external works to the Administration Building including the roads, footpaths and permanent site entrance. The drainage package includes 1000m of pipework from 150mm to 600mm, a 500m3 water storage tank, a package treatment plant, and two interceptors.
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