|Client||Randridge International Ltd|
|Project||Laggan-Tormore Development, Shetland|
The £3.5bn Laggan-Tormore project involved the construction of a gas processing plant and export pipeline in the Shetlands, which went online in February 2016. Capable of processing 90,000 barrels of oil per day our scope included the installation of 1,250km of cable where we achieved the installation of over 70km on a weekly basis in weather conditions typical of a remote Scottish island.
|Client||Dornan Engineering Services Ltd|
|Project||CCGT Carrington Power Station|
The new 880mW gas fired power station utilises state of the art gas combined cycle technology and will generate electricity for 1,000,000 homes. The plant is one of the most efficient power stations in the UK.
|Project||Tees Valley Energy from Waste (EfW)|
Utilising advanced plasma gasification energy-from-waste technology and with the potential to generate 49.9mW of power and remove 350,000 Tonnes of non-recyclable waste from landfill. The Tees Valley facilities are the first of their kind in the UK, and the largest of their kind anywhere in the world.
|Project||TGT Freon Replacement Project, Theddlethorpe|
With 10% of the UK’s gas requirements coming from the site. Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal is one of the largest gas plants in the UK. The Freon Replacement project replaced the old refrigeration system with a new Propane based refrigerant (R-290).
|Client||BBESL & Shepley Engineering Ltd|
|Project||SSEP Island Sites, Sellafield|
Following the Tohuku earthquake and events at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, Sellafield Ltd implemented a programme to review the resilience of the plant against extreme situations. The SSEP or Site Security Enhancement Project was one of these initiatives.
|Project||Wytch Farm (Perenco)|
Wytch Farm is Europe’s largest onshore oil field. It is estimated the field contains reserves of 65.40 million tonnes of oil (479.6 million barrels), 4.73 million tonnes of natural gas liquids and 1.42 billion cubic metres of natural gas that will last until 2020 and 2025 respectively.
The largest construction project in Europe. Currently under development the 40km tunnelling works and £14.8bn Crossrail project will link Maidenhead and Heathrow with Shenfield and Abbey Wood through new tunnels under central London. Designed to operate 24 trains an hour at peak times in both directions, carrying nearly 200 million passengers a year.
|Client||Select Plant Hire (Crown House)|
|Project||Tottenham Court Road Station (Crossrail)|
Tottenham Court Road is benefiting from more than £1bn of investment towards a new station on the Elizabeth line, currently being constructed by Crossrail Ltd, and a Tube station that will be rebuilt by the end of 2016.
|Project||Peel Ports, Liverpool 2|
Liverpool2 is Peel Ports new deep water container terminal. Accommodating 95% of the global container vessel fleet, Liverpool2 will enable the Port of Liverpool to house two 13,500 TEU post-Panamax vessels simultaneously.
|Project||London Gateway Project (DP World)|
DP World London Gateway Port is a new deep water port located on the river Thames and is capable of berthing the world’s largest shipping containers. It boasts 24 giant quay cranes and an annual capacity of 3.5 million TEU.
Providing specialist emergency care for seriously ill and injured patients from across Northumberland and North Tyneside. It is England’s first purpose-built specialist emergency care hospital, with emergency consultants on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
|Client||Crown House Technologies Ltd|
|Project||St Guys Hospital|
The new £160m research and patient centred cancer care facility will bring together the majority of care and research from St Guys and St Thomas’ into a single state-of-the-art building designed by world-renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
|Client||Crown House Technologies Ltd|
|Project||The Francis Crick Institute, London|
The Francis Crick Institute is based in the heart of London and is a biomedical discovery institute dedicated to find new ways to treat, diagnose and prevent illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, infections, and neurodegenerative diseases.
|Client||Crown House Technologies Ltd|
|Project||North Wales Prison|
Located in Wrexham, the new £212m North Wales Prison will house 2,100 inmates.
|Client||Skanska Construction UK Ltd|
|Project||Wellesley Worthy Down|
The new £250m military training centre, to replace the Deepcut barracks in Wiltshire, will provide accommodation for up to 2,000 students and staff.
Installation of a new 11kv infrastructure and fibre network at RAF Lossiemouth.
|Client||NG Bailey Ltd|
The £25m project increased the size of the barracks from 500 capacity to 2,000 personnel. Creating sufficient room to accommodate two new signal regiments returning from Germany.
|Client||O’Shea’s Electrical Ltd (Jones Engineering)|
|Project||Thunderbird 2, Kettering Road, Islip (Primark)|
The Thunderbird 2 site is the UK distribution centre for Primark costing approximately £77m with 90,000m2 of space and based over a 70-acre site.
|Project||Humber International Bulk Terminal (Renewable Fuels)|
Based in Immingham, this facility supplies Drax Power Station with biomass (wood pellets) and consists of an automated biomass handling terminal which utilises continuous ship unloaders, with rail and road export facilities.
|Client||Crown House Technologies|
|Project||Etihad Stadium, Manchester & Manchester City Training Facility|
Originally built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, this stadium has undergone extensive expansion over the years and is the third largest stadium in the Premier League with a capacity of 55,097. The £200m training complex was opened in December 2014 and boast a 7,000 seat stadium, 16.5 pitches, education, medical facilities and also accommodation.
|Project||275kV Substation Blackhillock Project|
The Blackhillock Project forms part of the major reinforcement work of the transmission network serving the north of Scotland. This is required to enable proposed wind, wave and tidal generation sites to connect.
|Client||SSE Contracting Ltd|
|Project||Beinneun Wind Farm & Moy Wind Farm|
Comprising of 25 turbines – 75MW Output (Beinneun) & 20 turbines – 60MW Output (Moy) these sites are only a small example of the project FBT have been engaged on with SSE the leading generator of electricity from wind within the UK.
|Client||Kemada Project & Contract Services|
|Project||Oulton Solar Farm & Rookery Solar Farm|
Solar farms are the large-scale application of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to generate green, clean electricity at scale. Solar farms can cover anything between 1 acre and 100 acres’ areas.
Oulton and Rookery are only two of the many Solar Farms we have been engaged on. Due this emerging market we have developed specialist cable pulling equipment to maximize efficiencies on these unique projects.
|Client||Bouygues E&S Infrastructure UK Ltd|
|Project||Great Wilbraham / Tower Hayes / Shuttleworth / Canopus / Mill Farm Solar Farm|
By 2020 the government anticipates Britain to have over 22 gigawatts of installed solar power capacity. Great Wilbraham / Tower Hayes / Shuttleworth / Canopus / Mill Farm Solar Farm are only a small number of the 230,000 solar power projects in the United Kingdom where our services have been utilised.
|Project||Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm Project|
The project located in Liverpool Bay is an extension to the current Burbo Bank offshore wind farm and once completed will comprise of 32 turbines with a combined capacity of 258MW enough to power over 230,000 UK homes.
|Project||Essex Waste MBT|
The new Mechanical Biological Treatment Plant based over a 25 acre site in Basildon is capable of processing 417,000 tonnes of black bag waste per year while recovering items which could be recycled and also treating the left over waste to reduce its environmental impact. The project also included an education and visitor center.
|Project||Selly Oak 132kV|
The project was located on the old Birmingham Battery & Metal Company site and involved the replacement of overhead lines with underground 630mm2 1c 132kV cables.
|Client||Field Systems Designs Ltd|
|Project||Crossness / Beckton STW (& Various WTW & STW through the UK)|
The £190M Beckton STW (Europe’s largest STW) and the £220M Crossness STW (Europe’s second largest STW) upgrade works are part of the London Tideways Tunnels Programme designed to improve the treatment capacity of London’s five major STW.
|Client||Imtech Suir Engineering Ltd|
|Project||Greater Manchester Waste Management PFI Project|
With 42 facilities over 23 Sites and managing 1.3 million tonnes of waste per year with a total energy generation approaching 130 MW. This project was part of the UK's largest ever combined waste and renewable energy project estimated at £631M.