HWEnergy appointed for biomass works at major ferry terminal redevelopment on the Isle of Arran
HWEnergy is happy to have been awarded a contract by M&E contractors Arthur McKay for the biomass works as part of Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd’s £22M Brodick Ferry Terminal redevelopment. The project will feature a 200kW boiler with underground fuel store and will run on wood chip sourced locally and sustainably on the Isle of Arran. The project will mark our seventh biomass installation on the island since our first in 2009.
Project Brodick Ferry Terminal, Isle of Arran
Client Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL)
Biomass Solution Froeling TX 200kW boiler, running on locally sourced wood chip
Architecht Archial Norr
Main Contractor George Leslie Ltd
M&E Consultant Max Fordham LLP
M&E Contractor Arthur McKay
Some of our other live biomass projects in the construction sector include: Greenfaulds High School (North Lanarkshire Council); Windmill Community Campus (Fife Council); Drumoak Primary School (Aberdeenshire Council); and Bradford Central Library (City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council).
HWEnergy has worked with consultants and contractors and in the construction supply chain since 2003 and we’re always happy to assist in the design and specification of new biomass heating projects. Contact us to discuss specifying a biomass heating system in your next project.