Successful Lincolnshire firm Land Drainage Services Ltd wins Triton Knoll contract extension

Alford company makes it three years and counting at wind farm Engagement with landowners is critical, says firm Lincolnshire firm Land Drainage Services Ltd (LDS) has been awarded a key contract extension by Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, to provide a long term trusted liaison service between the project and it’s local landowners. The contract … Read moreSuccessful Lincolnshire firm Land Drainage Services Ltd wins Triton Knoll contract extension

Habitat surveys at Triton Knoll will fine tune ecology knowledge

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Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm is continuing to build a detailed picture of local environmental conditions along  the project’s 60 kilometres (kms) onshore cable route, with further ecological survey works getting underway this week (w/c Monday 20 March). Ecology specialists from Royal Haskoning DHV (RHDHV) will spend the next two weeks on foot surveying vegetation … Read moreHabitat surveys at Triton Knoll will fine tune ecology knowledge

Future proofing the workforce by supporting Humber UTC

Triton Knoll has been helping to ‘future proof’ the local workforce, by helping to foster an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths education through an open day at Scunthorpe engineering college Humber University Technical College (UTC). Project staff were recently on-hand to talk to new students considering a career in engineering, renewables and offshore … Read moreFuture proofing the workforce by supporting Humber UTC

Delighted to be supporting Humber UTC and a new wave of engineering talent

Triton Knoll is delighted to be supporting Humber University Technical College student open day on Saturday, 18 March, and to demonstrate our continued support through the sponsorship of its Electrical Workshop. So far, in our first six months, we’ve set the students a circuit-maker challenge to help them begin to understand some of the challenges the … Read moreDelighted to be supporting Humber UTC and a new wave of engineering talent