£1m National Grid contract is won by specialist engineering firm
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 20 Nov 2017
SPECIALIST engineering company Technica has won a second major contract with National Grid.
The design, build and installation of the fire and gas detection system at Peterborough Compressor Station, follows similar work in Huntingdon, awarded in April.
The high-hazard facilities re-pressurise gas as it is transported around the UK.
Set to be delivered early next year, it is worth more than £1 million.
John Davison, owner and managing director of the Cherry Tree Business Park firm, said: “This further contract award is testament to the positive and growing relationship we have with National Grid Capital Delivery Team which is underpinned by our core values of honesty, openness and passion.”
Richard Law, business development director, added: “We are grateful to National Grid for placing their trust in Technica to deliver a further contract. We look forward to delivering a positive experience and an excellent level of customer service.”
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