We have been responsible for the integration between MEP and Civil Design of the new Power Plants DEDISA and AVON in South Africa.

The plant, in association with a second one that will be installed in Avon, will be used to help meet the Country’s energy needs during periods of peak power demand from the national grid. Work’s budget is worth a total of about EUR 440 million

Dedisa and Avon plants will be able to generate about 1000 MW of energy with six AE94.2 gas turbines. Our task has been to manage all interferences between MEP and Civil design for it’s Client, FATA, that in the complex will supply mechanical and electric plant worth a total of EUR 160 million in the framework of the overall order, working through the EPC Power division and South African Branch of the company. The contract also covers the construction of the substation and the interface with the electric grid, fuel storage and distribution, and water treatment. There has been a special focus on respect for the environment and sustainability, which are both extremely important issues in South Africa.


Location  South Africa
Year  2013-2014
Client  FATA S.p.A.
Scope of work  Coordination between MEP and Civil Works