Statnett signed contracts with H&MV Engineering today to build a new 400 -132 kV Fagrafjell transformer station which will secure the power supply in South Rogaland.
“H&MV are delighted to be awarded such a prestigious contract as Fagrafjell Substation with Statnett. This project, won in the face of intense international competition, is a testament to the world-class expertise of the H&MV team. We’re excited about the project and it’s another opportunity for H&MV to showcase our capabilities in delivering a first class solution. Fagrafjell secures our future in the region, creating new jobs and future opportunities for continued expansion.” says PJ Flanagan, CEO of H&MV. Construction on the project begins in 2020 and is expected to be completed in 2024.
“Fagrafjell project is an important first step in ensuring the power supply south of Rogaland and the Fagrafjell station will therefore be an important transformer station. We are pleased to have Stangeland Maskin and H&MV Engineering on the team to make the station a reality. H&MV Engineering is known to us from two projects in Eastern Norway, where they have performed work at Marka transformer station and Fåberg station. We also look forward to continuing the good cooperation with them”, says Elisabeth Vike Vardheim, Executive Vice President for Building and Construction in Statnett. H&MV will be responsible for the electrical installations at the transformer station. H&MV is a company that specialises in high voltage installations and is represented in both Europe and Asia. The main expertise is the design and construction of transformer stations.
Pictured at the signing of the contracts is H&MV’s Country Manager in Norway, Andreas Grøsvik Laukhamar with Statnett’s Executive Vice President Construction, Elisabeth Vike Vardheim.