Work on the Lostock Sustainable Energy Plant (Lsep) project is to resume under the direction of a new engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contractor. The project's owner, a joint venture between investor Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and the waste management company FCC Environment (UK) announced at the end of January that Black & Veatch had been appointed to deliver the £480m (€543m) facility. The original EPS contractor, a UK subsidiary of the French concern CNIM, entered administration last year....
Black & Veatch to take lead on delayed Lostock wte plant
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