D Form Civil were awarded a package of works at the new Berrybank Substation which connects the energy generated from the Berrybank Windfarm into the state grid.
Initially engaged to a full package delivery of an Oil Spill Tank (including excavation, FRP and backfill), our scope was extended to complete the drainage lines between the transformers to the tank. Having completed these works safely, successfully and within the required timeframe, D Form Civil were awarded further works which retained our team on site for a further 8 months.
The key success factor behind this project was precise planning and coordination. The sharp timeframe on completion and the rural geographical location posed some challenges on sourcing local materials and resources. Strong winds were also often a daily challenge for both manual handling and cranage operations.
Our team exhibited strong co-operation with the client and other contractors on site when delivering the project.