NLHPP construction update video– Autumn 2022
Since the last construction update video in June, significant progress has been made on site to deliver brand new waste management and recycling facilities for north London. Another major milestone was reached in September with the start of construction on the Energy Recovery Facility, which is where unrecyclable rubbish will be used to generate electricity for up to 127,000 homes in Enfield. It will also provide low-carbon heating and hot water for more than 60,000 local homes and businesses.
In the Autumn construction update video, we hear from ACCIONA who talk about the progress on site so far as well as Energetik who provide more information about these benefits to local homes.
As part of the redevelopment of Edmonton EcoPark, works continue on the new recycling facilities which includes a new Resource Recovery Facility, a public Reuse and Recycling Centre, and a new visitor and education centre known as EcoPark House. In the video, one of the projects Section Lead’s and apprentice provide an update on the delivery of this vital infrastructure.
All of the great work that the team are carrying out on site has been recognised across the industry with the project being nominated and shortlisted for a number of awards. Earlier this month, the team responsible for delivering the recycling facilities won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Brunel Award for their work implementing the first pour of Exegy® ultra-low carbon concrete in the UK at our EcoPark South project. Another member of the team was also Highly Commended in the CN & NCE Inspiring Women in Construction & engineering Awards for her contributions to the project. We’re pleased that the team are being recognised for their valuable contributions to this vital infrastructure project.
Watch our latest construction update video below to find out more about the progress we’ve made on site so far this year. All previous construction update videos can be viewed online.