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ConcreteSociety
Runcorn Thermal Power
Station, Cheshire
Civil Engineering category shortlist
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Submitted for award by
John Sisk & Sons Ltd
Owner
Keppel Seghers (on behalf of Ineos/Viridor/Laing)
Architect
MWH
Consulting engineer
Barrett & Mahoney
Contractor
John Sisk & Sons
Specialist sub-contractor
OBOR Construction
Formwork
RMD
Ready-mixed concrete supplier Tarmac
Reinforcement
Fairyhouse Steel
Submitted for award by
John McAslan & Partners
Owner
Network Rail
Architect
John McAslan & Partners
Bespoke formwork supply
O’Shea Plant Hire
Concrete frame
McGee Group
Consulting engineer
Arup
Contractor
Vinci
Ready-mixed concrete supplier Tarmac Readymix
Reinforcement
Thames Reinforcements
Temporary works designer
Arnold Burgess Partnership
Kings Cross Station
Redevelopment
The Kings Cross Station Redevelopment,
London, project involved creation
of a newgateline at the south end of
the existingGrade I listedWest Range
Buildings at King’s Cross Station for
passengers departing fromPlatforms
0
to 8. Forming an open areawith clear
visibility and significant aesthetic quality
for bothpassengers and station staff.
Built to cater for the Greater Manchester
area, the RuncornThermal Power Station
will have capacity to cater for 750,000
tonnes of waste per year, producing
78
MWof electricity and 54MWof heat.
The facility provides 4 Bollers (incinerators)
which basically provides 4 streams by
whichwaste is incinerated, generating
power and heat.