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Consultancy wins energy deal

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Turner & Townsend has won a key role on a £107M energy-from-waste project in Northern Ireland.

The consultancy was appointed by Equitix Management Services to support with client representation services on the Belfast scheme.

Turner & Townsend helped steer the proposals to pre-financial close, and provided cost management advice during the planning stages. Now it has been appointed to support with plant delivery.

The facility, due for completion late next year, will produce almost 15MW of electricity. This will first service manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace, which is located next to the plant in the east of the city, with any surplus power going to the grid.

Turner & Townsend associate director Orla Carew said: “We’re immensely proud to be involved in such an ambitious, environmentally-sensitive project which will not only reduce landfill waste in the region but also help cut Bombardier’s energy bill by a quarter.”

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