Bilfinger has won two new contract to deliver the design, procurement, supplier management, fabrication and construction of high quality pipework and specialist equipment for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station. The industrial engineering company will create 350 new jobs in Britain, including specialist roles in engineering and manufacturing at its UK locations in the Humber area, as well as Warrington, Bristol and Somerset. Beginning immediately, the work will be delivered through Bilfinger’s Technologies and Engineering & Maintenance Europe segment with UK bases in Bristol and Warrington whilst manufacturing of specialist pipework will take place at an upgraded factory in the North East of England.
Yorkshire Post 9th June 2020 read more »
Workers have expressed “disgust” after industrial services giant Bilfinger announced 180 job cuts in Aberdeen and offshore, just hours after touting contract wins worth £350million. Yesterday morning Bilfinger UK announced the lucrative deals for Hinkley Point C, creating 350 UK jobs, however that afternoon oil and gas subsidiary Bilfinger Salamis followed up by informing workers of dozens of redundancies.
Energy Voice 10th June 2020 read more »
German industrial services giant Bilfinger has won two contracts worth £350million for the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, creating 350 jobs in the UK. Bilfinger will provide design, supplier management, fabrication and construction of pipework and specialist equipment for the site in Somerset. It comes as the firm is ending furlough for certain workers at other sites in England amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and while it is in redundancy consultations with 500 people at its offshore oil and gas subsidiary Bilfinger.
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A significant share of 350 jobs look set to be coming to the Humber region on the back of further wins in the nuclear sector. Industrial giant Bilfinger has won contracts worth £350 million on Hinkley Point C, after initial success in February saw an initial 24 new positions created. Major investment to increase manufacturing capability in the highly skilled area has been brought forward. It has yet to be confirmed whether it could involve the existing Immingham facility or a new location. The Humber leads a list of locations, which also features Bilfinger’s headquarters in Warrington, Bristol and Somerset.
Business Live 10th June 2020 read more »
New jobs are set to be created in Bristol after an industrial engineering company with offices in the city won two contracts for Hinkley Point C worth £350million. Bilfinger, which is based on Queen’s Square, is planning to create around 350 new roles across the UK, including specialist engineering and manufacturing jobs in Bristol. The company will provide design, supplier management, procurement, pipework fabrication and construction work to Hinkley Point, it said.
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