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CNG Service Awards Electrical Contract for Biomass Facility

21.06.2021, 13:20

CNG Service Awards Electrical Contract for Biomass Facility

SPIE UK has been awarded a contract for the design, supply and installation of low voltage (LV) distribution for electrical supplies at CNG Service’s biomethane-to-grid scheme on the Sterling Pharma Solutions Cramlington campus.

The company will be completing the detailed electrical design for the LV distribution, procuring the LV distribution equipment, and conducting the cabling, installation and testing of the LV power system. The SPIE UK team will be challenged to work under tight space constraints, given the size of the site, requiring close collaboration with the other contractors to ensure a commitment to safety and that the work is completed to the five-week deadline.  This scheme is due to complete in October 2021.


Michael Linford, a contracts account manager with SPIE UK, says: “Throughout working with CNG Service on this contract, I’m delighted with the way the team is bringing their expertise and their ‘can do’ attitude to the fore.


“Working alongside numerous other contractors on a site of this size can present problems, but the team’s collaborative approach, led by Dean Smithies, SPIE’s site superintendent, is helping to overcome these effectively and is why we have built such a good relationship with CNG Service Ltd. over several years.”

Declan McLaughlin, Project Delivery Manager for CNG Service, adds: “Once again, the SPIE UK team has shown exemplary professionalism in the way that they have worked previously with our team and the others present at our Nottingham site in 2020. The fact that we have such a longstanding relationship with the team is testament to the expertise they possess and the confidence we have in the fact that they will deliver to the highest standard.”

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