The site forms part of the existing Slough Heat and Power (SHP) facility which generates electricity and produces heat which is then distributed around the trading estate. Redundant plant and buildings within the proposed site will be demolished or removed as part of an enabling works package prior to main civils works starting. Most of these have already been decommissioned. Some live facilities will remain active on the wider SHP site during construction.
This project is expected to be fully operational by 2024 and once complete, it will have an electricity generation capacity of 49.9MW and will be capable of processing approximately 480,000 tonnes of waste-derived fuels annually.
Our scope of works for the project include laying the foundations and raft slabs across the project, slipform construction of the waste bunker, reinforced concrete construction of the admin building and construction of a ramp structure including the formation of columns, beams, precast beams, fibre concrete slab and barriers.