Statom Group wins civils package to transform port site

Statom Group North Limited has landed the major civil engineering works package to transform Ardersier Port just east of Inverness.

Port owner Haventus is transforming Scotland’s largest brownfield port into a facility for the deployment and servicing of offshore wind installations.

Civils work will last until October 2025 and the Enquirer understands the package is worth more than £40m.

Statom’s work will include RC capping structures to form the new quayside and anchor wall (both in excess of 600 meters long), excavation and backfilling to install the anchors between the two new walls (over 300,000m3 in total) and an apron structure extending 100m back from the new quayside over its full length (circa 65,000m2).

Engaged as Principal Contractor, Statom Group is actively engaging with the local supply chain and community to provide investment and employment opportunities during the construction of this development.

Statom managing director Kevin Graham said: “This is such an important and significant project in so many ways and Statom Group are delighted to have been selected as a key delivery partner.

“Our team are now fully engaged with Haventus and the local supply chain and we are as a collective looking forward to commencing site operations on a number of key activities in the weeks ahead.”

Group CEO Stan Nikudinski added: “This project will have such a huge impact nationally as well as locally and we are delighted to be part of this unique journey bringing sustained investment and opportunity whilst Haventus deliver a world class solution to our energy needs.”

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