Randridge was awarded the electrical and instrumentation scope of works by Hitachi Zosen Inova on the Dublin Waste-to-Energy project. The project is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) between Dublin City Council and Covanta, the world’s largest operator of waste-to-energy facilities. The plant will generate energy from up to 600,000 tonnes of waste per year that would otherwise go to landfill and will generate enough electricity for up to 80,000 homes annually, as well as district heating for up to a further 50,000 homes.
Hitachi Zosen Inova were awarded the complete electro-mechanical portion of the works by Covanta and HZI subsequently awarded Randridge the Electrical and Instrumentation scope of these works.
We were awarded both Electrical and Instrumentation portions of the work as separate packages and contract types. The Randridge scope included:
- Electrical and instrumentation scope to the process designers HZI
- 350,000m of cable pulled(Power, instrument and fibre optics)
- Glanded, terminated and tested 10,000 cables
- Installed and calibrated 750 instruments
- Detailed engineering
- System turnover (83 systems)