The project involved Site Preparation and Clearance across 738 acres of land to facilitate construction of a new Nuclear Power Station on the site at Wylfa. The scope of works included construction of boundary fencing, formation of storage and compound areas and road crossings, demolition of several buildings and other on-site structures and clearing away trees and vegetation. The site is on land adjacent to the existing Magnox Nuclear Power Station, which ceased operation at the end of 2015 and has now been decommissioned. With extensive environmental restrictions, and legal challenge from campaigners, works were planned to minimise the impact on local communities and the environment as much as possible.
Working in joint venture with two major civils contractors, WeBid provided writing expertise for this high-profile project. Located in our Client’s Midlands office throughout the tender period, our writer fully embedded themselves as part of the tender delivery team ensuring close collaboration with technical leads and providing consistent support. Responses, including multiple CVs for key project team members, were refined in collaboration with the client as part of our robust review process ensuring the submission demonstrated capability and capacity in line with key win themes and evaluation criteria.
July 2016 - September 2016
- Collaborative and co-located working with client teams
- Joint venture
- Complex stakeholder engagement
- High environmental concerns