Omexom won a contract to build new overhead power transmission lines in Scotland

Building an electricity transmission grid in Scotland

Omexom, as part of a joint venture with Britain’s Morgan Sindall, has won a major Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) contract covering, among other things, 160 kilometres of power lines, 73 towers in isolated areas and a new transformer station. The project, located in the North of Scotland, will take two years to design and build. The infrastructure will strengthen the high voltage grid and support connection of wind turbines.