‘Moray engineering firm lands wind farm contract worth £2.5m’



I wrote a few weeks ago in response to a comment that little of our renewables hardware was being built in Scotland. Are things shifting in the right direction now? See the above headline and the previous massive contract at:

‘The sleeping giant is being stirred’ Owners of former oil fabrication yard at Kishorn are understood to be preparing to make major jobs announcement


I know it’s not the actual turbines, just the sub-station but £2.5 million seems quite a big deal for Moray-based AJ Engineering and Construction Services Limited and it is their biggest ever deal. The construction will have to be built 2 000 ft up at the Stronelairg wind farm on the Garrogie estate near Inverness so valuable experience will be gained in building something strong enough to withstand the weather at that altitude.




4 thoughts on “‘Moray engineering firm lands wind farm contract worth £2.5m’

  1. Clydebuilt May 10, 2017 / 6:45 pm

    Could be the start of something big…….


  2. Sandy Miller May 10, 2017 / 6:56 pm

    A valuable source of jobs will be in installation and serviceing


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