BYLOR’s Design Director, Sarah Williamson who will be providing an update on BYLOR’s progress on site and some of the key achievements to date, as well as the challenges and a look forward at what is in-store as the project progresses.
BYLOR are responsible for the main civil engineering works package worth over £2.8 billion and includes the secondary and finishing works for the main site structures, of which there are over 60, including;
- the reactor buildings
- fuel buildings
- turbine halls
- nuclear auxiliary buildings
- contractors site offices and roadways
- hot laundry
- radioactive waste storage buildings
These works will be delivered over a 7 year period with 3000 employees on site at peak construction. During that time BYLOR will erect 50 tower cranes, use 230,000 tones of reinforcements and 1.2 million cubic meters of concrete – 75 times more than was used for the millennium stadium.