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Overseas Featured Project: Capita Symonds - Valve Inspections

QEM Solutions were contracted to carry 3rd party inspection and witnessing activities on a series of valves fabricated in Germany for a series of SGN contracts throughout Scotland.

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We are problem solvers. We are organisers. From the project start-up to the very final evaluations and analysis, we can bring enthusiasm to each and every part of your project.

 

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Our projects

Our Projects

Combined, we have over 50 years experience, gained on a variety of projects throughout the world. But no two engineering projects are alike.

Sometimes we manage a project from the very start and continue to be involved until the end reports. Other times we are brought in to provide specialist services in specific areas. Each brings different challenges. Each has different outcomes.

We would like to share just a few of these projects here.

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Our Projects

NWCC Document Control (1417) Document Control

National Grid

Kendal
26 Sep 2016 - Ongoing

North West Coast Connections Project (NWCC) has been developed in order to connect and export the electricity that will be generated by Moorside, the new 3.4 GW nuclear power station that will be built near Sellafield in West Cumbria. 

There are existing Electricity North West (ENW) pylon lines which run around the west coast of Cumbria and Lancashire distributing the electricity used by homes and businesses across the region. Operating at 132kV and below, these lines cannot carry the amount of electricity a power station the size of Moorside will generate.

QEM Solutions have been asked to assist with the Document management at the planning and implementation stages of the project.

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