Working for Tier 1 contractor Bylor, Ledwood is providing a fabrication, installation and project management service for the embedded pipework in the turbine halls, which form part of the Conventional Island.
Ledwood is also due to start work shortly with MICo/BYES on the Nuclear Island, with the installation of the emergency generator diesel tanks, providing Installation and project management support.
Ledwood operates from substantial engineering & manufacturing facilities in Pembroke Dock, Wales, with fabrication workshops and paint facilities. The company designs, procures, fabricates, protective coats, constructs, installs, maintains and project manages the delivery of complex plant internationally.
“We specialise in handling complex, large facilities such as oil, gas, petrochemical and power plants, with an enviable track record of delivering projects on time, to budget and with an unbeaten safety record,” said Liam Revell, Contracts Director for Ledwood.
Ledwood is a major provider of specialist services to the oil and gas, renewables and power generation sectors. The company’s extensive range of services, combined with a flexible approach provides, full asset lifecycle support and development.
Mr Revell added: “The precise nature and extent of service is always tailored to the client’s particular needs. We are solution providers, and our skills & experience are applied in a manner to address our client’s demands, whether it be a consultancy type solution or an entire life-of-asset requirement”.
“We are proud of our record of completion on time and this has already established us as leaders in many of the areas in which we serve.”
More information about Ledwood Mechanical Engineering Ltd is available online at www.ledwood.co.uk.