WOOD has won a contract to support work on decommissioning the Dounreay nuclear power plant in Caithness which is expected to be work around $4 million to the company. Aberdeen-based Wood has been engaged to provide design and engineering services on the project for up to four years. The services will include the preparation of environmental cases in support of decommissioning work and the preparation of waste strategy documents. Led by chief executive Robin Watson, Wood has been trying to grow its share of markets such as nuclear engineering to help reduce its reliance on the North Sea oil and gas industry, which is emerging from a deep downturn.

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Wood has won a £3million contract to help deliver Europe’s “most complex” nuclear site closure. The Aberdeen-headquartered firm will provide services for the overarching decommissioning programme at Dounreay.

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Published: 11 July 2018