An example of the wind farm layout for the proposed Clarke Creek project.
An example of the wind farm layout for the proposed Clarke Creek project. Lacour

How to get a job at the Clarke Creek energy project

A HUGE variety of trades, specialists and engineers are required to knock up a wind and solar farm.

Lacour Energy, builders of Clarke Creek's new green energy project will be looking for a workforce of up to 350 people.

It is expected the project will take around three years to complete. Their jobs post reads:

"We are calling all companies and individuals who want to be part of building this exciting project to register their interest.

"We will keep you updated once the contracts and job opportunities are finalised.

"There are a large amount of gravel roads to be built, power cables to be laid, power lines to be erected, wind turbine foundation holes to be dug and concrete to be poured, solar arrays to be constructed and turbines to be built.

Other key services include:

Plant hire

Geotechnical drillers

Transportation

Excavators

Crane and lifting specialists

Engineers

Surveyors

Fitters

Electrical contractors

Hotels and catering

As of mid 2017, Lacour Energy has already engaged more than 20 different companies to provide services during the feasibility stage and the company is expected to use significantly more once it moves into construction.

For more information go here.



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