Construction Site of the Year 2016
We are involved in the construction of a new multi-fuel power plant, known as NA4 CHP, in Naantali, Finland. The preparatory work on the project began in summer 2014 and the new power plant will be commissioned in 2017. The project won the Construction Site of the Year 2016 award.
One of the key targets of the combined heat and power (CHP) plant is to increase the use of renewable energy. The biofuel share of the new power plant will initially be 40 per cent, and the target is to increase it to 60–70 per cent later. The new multi-fuel power plant’s fuel capacity will be approximately 430 MW, from which 396 MW of energy will be generated at an operating efficiency of 92%, divided into 146 MW in electricity and 250 MW in heat.
Finland’s first industrial project implemented using the alliance model
Turun Seudun Energiantuotanto TSE, A-Insinöörit, AX-LVI Consulting and YIT have formed a consortium to build the CHP plant. The project is Finland’s first industrial project implemented using the alliance model. In an alliance, the contracting parties form an organisation that strives for a jointly agreed cost target and target level with the objective of doing what is “best for the project”.
Strongly focusing on cooperation between the parties, the model presents a solution to the scheduling and cost-related challenges associated with corresponding projects implemented using traditional approaches