Parc Adfer is being developed on the Deeside Industrial Park as part of the North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project. It received planning permission from Flintshire County Council in 2015 and the development is in its three year construction phase.
Wheelabrator has selected CNIM Group as our EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) contractor. They in turn have appointed Clugston Construction to lead the civil engineering works. Together CNIM and Clugston form our chosen delivery partners for the Parc Adfer project.
CNIM Group is a leading European specialist for the design and construction of power plants and has delivered 163 energy-from-waste plants all over the world.
UK-based Clugston Construction is a building and civil engineering contractor which has built a reputation for safely delivering a wide variety of services and projects, many of them high profile award winning schemes for national and international clients.
Construction has begun on the Parc Adfer facility at Deeside Industrial Park, North Wales. As contracts are let, there will be employment opportunities throughout the construction phase, depending on the skills required.
News – March 2019
Wheelabrator Parc Adfer Energy Recovery Facility achieves five-star grading in the British Safety Council’s Occupational Health and Safety Audit
CNIM, the engineering, procurement and construction contractor at Wheelabrator Technologies’ Parc Adfer Energy Recovery Facility, has successfully completed a best practice Five Star Occupational Health and Safety Auditconducted by the British Safety Council. The audit demonstrates the company’scommitment towards the continual improvement of its health and safety management systems and associated arrangements.
CNIM underwent a comprehensive, quantified and robust evaluation of its occupational health and safety policies, processes and practices at the Deeside site in North Wales. The audit process included documentation review, interviews with senior management, employees and other key stakeholders, together with sampling of operational activities.
The audit measured performance against key health and safety management best practice indicators and a detailed review of over sixty component elements.
CNIM was awarded a five-star rating following the audit, which is reflective of a best practice organisation.
David Parr, Policy and Technical Services Director at the British Safety Council, said: “The award of a five-star grading following our occupational best practiceHealth and Safety Audit is an outstanding achievement and is reflective of a proactive organisation, which is committed to continual improvement in its health and safety arrangements and managing risks to workers’ health, safety and welfare. CNIM should be very proud of this achievement.”
Daniel Merlo, Head of HSE and CDM at CNIM, said: “CNIM does not compromise on health and safety at its construction sites and we are delighted that the measures we have in place, together with the outstanding work of our team at Wheelabrator Parc Adfer, have been recognised in this way. There is no greater acknowledgement than a five-star rating by the British Safety Council.”
Parc Adfer is being developed under the oversight of the client, Wheelabrator Technologies. Paul Green, the UK Managing Director of Wheelabrator, said: “There is no greater acknowledgement than a five-star rating by the British Safety Council. The CNIM and Wheelabrator teams have worked closely together to achieve this significant accomplishment. We remain committed to delivering the highest safety performance at Wheelabrator Parc Adfer.”