Tom Keighley

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Yorkshire building services firm lands £3.3m contract

Building services provider NG Bailey has secured a £3.3m contract to provide engineering services to an energy from waste plant in Lincolnshire.

The project includes mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire engineering services to the waste bunker, boiler hall, turbine hall, office and visitor centre for Lincolnshire Waste Partnership.

The Ilkley-based business has worked with the JV team of Cnim and Clugston Construction Ltd and with its own IT Services division, who supplied data cabling and network connections to a number of areas within the building.

Managing director for the Engineering division in the north and Scotland, Mike Darlington, said: “This project is a landmark win for NG Bailey and shows our growth into the power & industrial sector.

“It is the beginning of an exciting period of time for the company, as we look to grow in this sector.”

NG Bailey have been involved in the preliminary work on the project, which began in October 2011.

On site work will commence in April 2012, with an estimated completion period of December 2013.

Chief executive, David Hurcomb, added: “This contract award proves that despite tough economic pressures, NG Bailey has the strength and ability to succeed and break into new and expanding market sectors.”

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Tom Keighley .

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