Case: Naantali CHP
A consortium formed by Turun Seudun Energiantuotanto Oy (TSE), A-Insinöörit, AX-LVI Consulting Ltd and YIT is carrying out a new CHP power plant for TSE with the alliance model. The power plant is located in Naantali, Finland.
In the alliance, the contracting parties form a common organisation that strives for the agreed cost level and targets, with the objective of doing what is “best for the project”. The transparency of the operations – the so-called open book principle – is an integral part of the alliance model. Mutual trust and profound teamwork between the parties are the guiding principles of the model.
The project started in autumn 2014 with development phase, which was followed by the implementation phase which begun in spring 2015. The project will be completed in 2017.
In 2016, Naantali CHP project won the Construction Site of the Year competition. The win was truly significant, falling, as it does, on the first alliance of industrial construction.
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