Caverion and Fortum have entered into an agreement on installation work to be carried out on the steel structures, pipelines and also electrical and automation systems in the cooling towers of the Loviisa nuclear power plant. Caverion will be responsible for the execution of the project, which has a value of over EUR 2 million.
Caverion will provide the installation work for the four cooling towers of the Loviisa nuclear power plant in one total delivery, connecting the towers with the operational plant. The installation work to be carried out in the Loviisa nuclear power plant mainly comprises installation of steel frame structures, wall and roof insulations together with pipelines in the cooling towers. In addition, Caverion will be carrying out the electrical and automation installations of the project.
Installation of electrical equipment is already under way. The installation work will be completed by February 2015.
In addition, Caverion and Fortum have agreed on valve maintenance and mechanical installations to the Loviisa nuclear power plant for the next three years.
“We are very happy to have the opportunity to continue our long and successful cooperation with Fortum”, says Ahti Nurkkala, Vice President, Caverion Industria’s Project Services.
For further information:
Sanna-Mari Laitinen, Communications Manager, Caverion Industria Ltd, tel. +358 50 390 4443, email@example.com
Mika Harti, Engineering Manager, Fortum, tel. +358 50 453 2406, firstname.lastname@example.org
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