TUROW Coal Fired Power Station – Southern Poland

Categories: 30 Oct 2013

The project will involve building a lignite-coal fired unit in Turow with a power capacity of 430-450 MW, and a minimum efficiency of 41.5%. The undertaking is estimated to be worth PLN 2.5bn (€610.4m) and the facility is to be ready by 2017.


PGE, in response to a request from Alstom, has put back the deadline for making final offers in a tender to build a power unit at the Elektrownia Turow power station until 30 November.

Originally, bids were to have been accepted up to 10 August, but the final date was then rescheduled first for 10 September and then for 10 October 2012. In addition to the consortium comprising Alstom and PBG, two other potential contractors have been invited to take part in the tender: a consortium of the firms Hitachi Power Europe and Budimex as well as the company Doosan Power Systems.


Joshua Thomas & Partners headed up the £130m Civils Bid on the behalf of their client.  The works involved the procurement of a Civils contractor to execute this element of works on JTP’s Clients behalf.  Management of interfaces was key to ensure that scope gaps were closed and division of responsibility was clearly defined.  The JTP team delivered there works in line with their clients budget and expectations.