Fulkrum – a provider of inspection, expediting, auditing and technical staffing to the energy industry – has secured a contract to support the QA/QC activities for the Dogger Bank Wind Farm project.
Fulkrum will provide inspection services during the Dogger Bank A development stage, with a possibility of contract extension to zones B and C, ensuring conformity and quality of the wind turbines and main components, including blades, tower sections and nacelle.
Located off the east coast of Yorkshire, Dogger Bank will consist of 277 GE Haliade-X turbines of 13 MW and 14 MV, with each of the three zones having an installed generation capacity of 1.2 GW.
James Dunsford, Fulkrum’s Business Development Manager – Renewables, comments, “We are delighted to be working on this project which is set to be the world’s largest offshore wind farm and supply 5% of the country’s demand upon completion.”
“This contract is testament to Fulkrum’s extensive track record, and the consistently reliable work performed by our worldwide team of inspectors. Having grown strategically in the past two years, we are happy to showcase our cross-industry capabilities and support local projects that will contribute to the UK’s goals for a net zero future,” Dunsford adds.
Established in 2010 in Corby, Fulkrum has grown to a global company with a wide international footprint. Operating in the four key regions – the Americas, Europe and Africa, APAC and the Middle East – Fulkrum has a sustainable track record in the oil and gas, petrochemicals and renewables sectors, offering a wide range of multi-disciplinary services.