CHAP Group Welcomes Paul Matthew as Area Construction Director
CHAP Group is delighted to introduce Paul Matthew as our newly appointed Area Construction Director for the Tayside region. With over 35 years’ experience within the construction industry, Paul brings a wealth of experience and expertise that . . .
CHAP Group’s Charity Golf Tournament Swings into Success, Raising £10,000 for Charlie House
The Annual CHAP Charity Golf Day witnessed an extraordinary display of generosity, camaraderie and golfing prowess at Newmachar Golf Club. This was more than just a day on the greens; it was a commitment to making a real difference in the lives . . .
CHAP Group Welcomes John Scott as New Design Manager
CHAP Group is delighted to introduce John Scott as our newly appointed Design Manager. Formerly serving as the Technical Director at a prestigious Scottish architectural firm, John brings a wealth of experience and expertise that will enhance . . .
An essential component of the prestigious Aberdeen Bay Windfarm project
This project consisted of c.8km of duct installation. Laid in farmland, verges and carriageway this 8km stretch of duct crossed several deep ditches, an 800m stretch of wetland and multiple water courses.
The 8km stretch of duct work helped connect the new substation at Blackdog to the existing substation at Dyce.
The ducts were laid in high-specification cement bound sand (CBS), sourced from CHAP’s own Quarries division.
In addition to the ducts for the electricity cables, a parallel telecommunications duct, complete with chambers was also installed.
CHAP was also responsible for the construction and removal of all temporary access/haul roads.