Nuclear power project

With delays due to various problems with planning, supervision, and workmanship, Aquila professionals were involved in the forensic and technical analysis on a European nuclear power station, considered to be one of the largest of its kind in the world.

 

Project

According to some estimates, the reactor could be the fifth most expensive structure in the world

Project
Aquila’s professionals were engaged to provide quantum assistance on a major nuclear power plant built on an island, which consisted of two Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs) producing 880 MW and 890 MW of electricity and an EPR reactor, with an annual net output of 14,268 GW/h. 
Construction
Issues included irregularities in the foundation concrete, heavy forgings not up to project standards and issues constructing the reactor’s unique double-containment structure. Our experts were able to provide detailed forensics investigations into the significant costs incurred in the production of the facility and attribute them accordingly to the various contended heads of claim.
Construction

The total building
volume is
c. 1,000,000 m3