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Bids sought for £175M Humber renewable energy port

Client Able Humber Ports is today inviting bids to construct its new £175M port to support the development of the emerging offshore wind sector.

The project involves the design and construction of over 1.2km of new quays at its site at Killingholme, north Lincolnshire. This phase is part of a larger development to construct a new logistics park and a marine energy park

Cost consultant EC Harris is managing the procurement process for Able Humber Ports. Contractors have until 29 October to register their interest for the project.

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