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WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff secures place on EDF Energy technical support alliance

20 February - Global professional services consultancy WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has been appointed by EDF Energy to its technical support alliance to support its fleet of wind farms, gas storage sites, coal and gas power stations across the UK.


A dedicated team will provide engineering consultancy services on pressure systems management, rotating plant, electrical systems, quality services, performance and reliability management, gas storage and renewables sites.

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is one of five suppliers supporting EDF Energy under a Technical Service Agreement.

Jason Ainscough, quality and inspection services director at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff said: “This is a fantastic appointment for WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff recognising the tremendous breadth of skills and expertise we offer for the benefit of EDF Energy.”

“Our teams will be working closely with EDF Energy central technical organisation and their site teams to support long term strategic projects and respond to emerging technical issues affecting the commercial operation of their assets.”

Notes to editors

For media enquiries please contact Amelie Barrau on 0207 314 4576 or amelie.barrau@wspgroup.com

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms. Our 36,500 people, based in more than 500 offices, across 40 countries provide engineering and multidisciplinary services in a vast array of industry sectors, with a focus on technical excellence and client service.

In the UK, 7,100 people (including Mouchel Consulting) provide consultancy services to all aspects of the built and natural environment working across both the public and private sectors, with local and national governments, local authorities, developers, contractors and co-professionals. The combined business has been involved in many high profile UK projects including the Shard, Crossrail, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham, the re-development of London Bridge Station, Manchester Metrolink, M1 Smart Motorway, and the London Olympic & Paralympic Route Network.




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