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General Industry

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General Industry


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Stopford Energy & Environment (SEE) has significant expertise in the development and execution of various industry projects including. Our ‘General Industry’ sector covers primarily the chemical, nuclear, renewable energy and pharmaceutical industries within which we have in-depth understanding and significant project experience. Stopford’s clients include multiple multinational companies and we have also received funding for our own innovative projects in the sector.

Our diverse multidisciplinary project teams comprise of mechanical, piping, civil & structural, process and EC&I engineers, environmental scientists, chemists, energy consultants and project managers. This allows a flexible approach to project development, whereby specialist consultancy services can be delivered throughout the lifecycle of projects.

Our capabilities span from project feasibility, planning & permitting, Environmental Impact Assessments, Contaminated Land assessments and FEED studies right through to multidisciplinary engineering design, 3D modelling, compliance studies and plant commissioning. Stopford also provide sector specific training to our clients. For more information about our full capabilities please see our Services.

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Featured Projects


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Engineering Support for a Multipurpose Plant

Engineering Support for a Multipurpose Plant

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FEED Study for a Small Hydroelectric Power Station

FEED Study for a Small Hydroelectric Power Station

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Ground Mounted Solar-PV Assessment

Ground Mounted Solar-PV Assessment

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Technical and Commercial Due Diligence

Technical and Commercial Due Diligence

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Dispersion Modelling for a Chemical Manufacturing Facility

Dispersion Modelling for a Chemical Manufacturing Facility

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