Danny Sullivan Group Proud To Be A Part Of The BAM Blyth Off-Shore Wind Farm Project
The construction of the Blyth Off-Shore Windfarm has been a learning experience for all of the contractors involved. It is a pioneering project as it is the first time that an off-shore windfarm has been constructed on land before being floated to position in the North Sea. The concrete foundations of the turbines were constructed in the Neptune dry dock just North of Newcastle. The foundations have been floated out to sea via the Tyne where they will be submerged onto the seabed. Once this has been completed the five wind turbines will be installed, which will have a power rating of 8.3 MW. Danny Sullivan Group has been providing labour to the project since it first began in July 2016. It is a unique project that presented the operatives on site with a completely new experience within the construction industry.