Air Cooled Condensor

Shanahan Engineering is a world-class Energy Construction company with over 35 years’ proven experience in Construction, Commissioning and Plant Operation on large scale power projects worldwide. We have a proven track record of creating value for our customers and delivering innovative solutions. With involvement in over 400 international power generation projects in over 55 countries, Shanahan Engineering continues to be responsible for the delivery and start-up of some of the world’s largest power stations.

SEL is delighted to have been chosen by Tecnicas Reunidas to construct the Air Cooled Condensors at the MGT TeesRep Project. SEL’s core values & Ethos of Safety, Service Excellence, People, Financial Responsibility and Integrity are our foundation and will ensure we will exceed the expectations of the stakeholders at the MGT TeesRep project.

SEL are fully cognizant of both the National and Project Specific Employment agreements, including NAECI and the associated Supplementary Project Agreement and Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act and will ensure compliance with all. Having executed multiple large scale power projects in the U.K. SEL will ensure that they are continued to be seen as an employer of choice in the region.

Opportunities Will Become Available:

  • Steel Erectors
  • Riggers
  • Mechanical Fitter 
  • Plate Welder

Contracts Not Yet Placed:

  • Crane Hire 
  • Surveyors Works
  • NDT Services 
  • Scaffolding 
  • Office And Container Hire

If you are interested in any of these available works packages within Shanahan Engineering’s scope of work on the MGT TeesREP project please forward your contact details and the works package you are interested in to

Plant & Equipment.

Office Cabins / Equipment.

Plant & Equipment.


Hire Of Carnage.

Plant & Equipment & PPE.

Steel Fabrication.

Life & Shift.

Life & Shift.



Welding Supplies.


Welding Qualifications & Supplies.

Office Cleaning.



Welding Gas Supply.

Lift & Shift.

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