The Teesside based company will provide construction, design and management services as well as health and safety support through a three year contract.
Steel River Consultants managing director Graham Tyerman said: “It is great to be working with a renowned company like Eon and we welcome the challenges associated with a pioneering project of this size. Working with an organisation at the forefront of innovation, is of huge importance to our business.”
Humber Gateway will comprise 73 turbines totalling up to 219MW. It is expected to be complete in spring 2015.
Eon Humber Gateway project manager Matthew Swanick said: “We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Steel River Consultants to assist us with delivering this important and prestigious scheme, following a highly competitive tender process.”
He added: “I have complete confidence in their specialist knowledge and experience working alongside us, the project will be on target to play a vital role in the fight against climate change.”
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