Project duration: January - November 2008
Project value: $5,850,000
This project is the construction of 35 Megawatt Geothermal Power Station at Naivasha in Kenya. The Power Station is located approximately 130 kms from Nairobi. It consisted of 3 steam collection pipes (36", 24" & 14") bringing steam to the plant and then one condensate re-injection pipe to return the condensate to the sub strata. The project includes all transport, from ships side, piping, mechanical installations, steel erection, turbine/generator alignments and QA/QC.
WARTSILA 120 MEGAWATT POWER STATION, MOMBASA, KENYA
Project duration: April 2010- July 2011
Project value: $3,200,000
We were contracted to build:
- All 10 fuel and oil storage tanks
- Erection of the entire power house
- All ancillary buildings
- Installation of all the equipment pipe work etc to connect the 7 engines to their services.
We have also been tasked to build the 70 metre high, 300 tonne steel exhaust stack. This will be the tallest exhaust stack in East Africa necessitating the purchase of a 260 tonne crane (the largest in East Africa).
KENYA ELECRICITY GENERATING COMPANY Ltd, EBURRU, KENYA
Project duration: March 2011 - ongoing
Project Value: $ 3,619,703
Turnkey Project of a 2.3MW Geothermal Power Station (excluding turbine & generator). Civils, piping, foundations, from Greenfield site to completion.