The Hinkley Point C nuclear project is now over 2 years into the 10 year construction and commissioning programme. More than 3,200 people are currently working on site with significant progress achieved on the enabling and earthworks allowing the main civil works to ramp up.
Almost £9 billion of contracts have been awarded on the Hinkley Point C project by the end of 2017. Here are the contractors who have won contracts on the project.
The Hinkley Point C nuclear plant is one of Europe’s largest construction projects with build costs in excess of £19 billion.
EDF Energy aim to maximise the opportunities for local employment that will be generated by the Hinkley Point C (HPC) project and they have established a number of initiatives to facilitate this.
In our free e-book, we highlight some of the key information Engineers, Project Control and Project Management professionals interested in working on the Hinkley project will be expected to know.
We spoke with some nuclear professionals to identify the nuclear acronyms and terminology that would be the most valuable to understand for people new to the industry.
The proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear project will be one of the largest construction projects ever undertaken in the UK, but how does it compare with other mega projects?
In this post we provide some local advice and insights to help you relocate to the Somerset area.
The UK Nuclear sector has the potential to create a significant number of Engineering and Construction Jobs over the next 15 years. To successfully secure a job it will be important to have a good understanding of the nuclear industry. A2O People have developed a number of guides that can help.
The impact of the Nuclear New build Programme on UK construction jobs will be significant but experienced more at a regional rather than a national level. In this blog we highlight where the nuclear job opportunities will occur.
There has never been a more exciting time for engineering and construction professionals to consider a career in the UK nuclear industry