- May 25, 2014 at 6:17 pm #33578
Nottingham are excited and pleased to be having a new Energy Park built by Chinook Sciences who are looking to build the worldâ€™s largest thermal energy-from-waste plant. Chinook Sciences have been in communications with the Beeâ€™ah in the Emirate of Sharaj and are now responsible for this project from conception to delivery.
This deal will be creating 100 new jobs for the region by building a manufacturing, research and training centre of excellence in the Bulwell area of Nottingham later in 2014.
Chinook Sciences won the contract with Beeâ€™ah in the Emirate of Sharaj, United Arab Emirates and through this contract hundreds of new jobs will be created and it will also create around 150 local construction jobs as the park is being built towards the end of this year.
The Group Chairman and Chief Executive of Chinook Sciences, Dr Rifat Chalabit was pleased to announce the Sharjah project as he believes it is a great thing for the future and will benefit the local people in Nottingham and the economy.
Companies working with Chinook Sciences since 2008 (Stanton-by Dale) and Automation Ltd) have already announced that they will be increasing the size of their workforce by 10 people, making their work force in the area 55 in total. The roles that will be recruiting for are for people to work in their workshops and in their engineering department. Their Sales Manager is pleased to be part of the future energy project and looks forward to continuing to work with Chinook Sciences.
The deal is said to be a massive Â£300 million deal to build a future energy plant in the United Arab Emirates. Chinook have already designed this hi tech energy plant and have been involved in coordinating and developing the manufacture, the shipping, installation, construction and commissions, all of which are the start to this huge project getting off the ground and improving the future energy.
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