Rainton Construction has successfully completed the development, construction and commissioning of a car park, drainage systems and ductworks for purpose-built facilities at Port of Blyth. These works were delivered as part of the development of the Bates Clean Energy Terminal.
The office with on-site storage will be a management hub for the vessels and logistics for the construction phase of an offshore wind farm and will play a vital role in the successful completion of the project. The port will retain the facilities after construction is completed.
Scope of works
- Earthworks/ regrading of existing ground
- Construction of concrete slabs
- Access roads and car parking including footways
- Associated drainage and ducting
Surfacing of the 3000m² car park was undertaken by our in-house team and the Plastipave Single Layer material was provided by Tynedale Roadstone. Using this sustainable solution had positive environmental benefits, saving 14.84 tonnes of CO2 and the equivalent to 9, 243 plastic milk cartons were diverted from landfill.
We are proud to be part of the clean energy revolution in Blyth. This significant UK development further cements the region’s position as a global centre for the Renewable Sector.