CG rendering of Edmonton EcoPark in North London.
Jane Imrie

Health and safety firm lands contract on £1.2bn project at London ecopark

A nationwide construction health and safety specialist has secured a contract on a multi-billion pound infrastructure project in North London.

Safer Sphere has been appointed to provide health, safety and wellbeing support on a £1.2bn programme to deliver the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) at Edmonton EcoPark.

The firm will support the sustainable waste management development scheme as part of the infrastructure project, which will replace the existing energy plant with a new facility that will treat the non-recyclable waste for over 2 million residents in North London.

David Cullen, programme director of the NLHPP said “Our number one aim is to achieve the highest standard of health and safety whilst building the NLHPP and ensure there is zero harm to everyone involved on the project and living in the local community.

“Our ‘Safety First’ campaign underpins this identity across all parts of the project and we’re delighted to have Safer Sphere on board to help achieve our ambition of being one of the safest facilities in the world.”

Mike Forsyth, managing director of Safer Sphere, added: “Safer Sphere are delighted to have been appointed to the NLHPP team, working as part of Arup’s provision of project and programme management services.

“We are looking forward to working within the programme, with all stakeholders, to collaboratively deliver a magnificent facility with the highest possible standards of health, safety and wellbeing for all.”

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