Brockwell Boosts Westfield Team
Brockwell Energy is expanding its team on the Westfield Energy Recovery Project as it gears up to secure delivery of a new Energy from Waste (EfW) plant at the former open cast coal mining site of in Fife.
Alan Trueman has been contracted as Project Manager for the delivery of the project and Matt Fry has been appointed as a Project Engineer.
Alan Trueman. A mechanical engineer a construction veteran, will provide full-time dedicated Project Management oversight for the duration of the project. Alan has excellent skills and a wealth of experience on national and international projects across a wide variety of sectors. More specifically, Alan has more than ten years of experience acting as Construction Manager and Client Representative on a number of successful EfW and biomass power plant construction projects.
These include Lakeside, both of the Runcorn EFW plants, Sita’s Cornwall EfW and most recently the Cramlington biomass plant.
Matt is a qualified renewable Energy specialist with six years of experience, most recently at Mott MacDonald where he advised on the development, construction and commissioning of a number of EfW projects – including Kemsley with CHP, Parc Adfer in North Wales, Millerhill in Edinburgh – alongside a number of waste gasification and anaerobic digestion projects.
Matt will also work with the Brockwell team to develop their portfolio of EfW, renewable energy and gas projects.
Neil Young, Brockwell Energy’s Technical Director, commented: “We’re delighted to engage the immense talents of both Matt and Alan to support our team and provide additional support and expertise to underpin the successful delivery of the Westfield project.”
With construction targeted to start in late summer 2020, Westfield will provide more than 200,000 tonnes per annum of essential waste capacity. This means it will play a vital role in delivering state-of-the-art infrastructure residual waste capacity as Scotland prepares for the upcoming landfill ban.
You can find out more about Westfield Energy Centre here.
31 July 2019