KGAL is one of three independent experts appointed by the World Bank to review the hydro-mechanical elements of dam design for the Songwe River Basin in Africa.
Following a recommendation from the Planning Inspectorate, the UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has consented to the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon development.
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) is doing all it can to encourage young girls and women to take up careers in engineering.
With immediate effect Ken Grubb (KGAL proprietor and former MD) becomes KGAL’s Executive Chairman and Russ Digby and Dave Griffiths take on the joint roles of regional MD.
KGAL oversees the delivery of two new MIVs at Foyers power station, Loch Ness.
KGAL has secured an international contract worth around £18m to project manage the feasibility and development of a series of small hydropower schemes in the Malaysian State of Sabah.
As part of a leading consortium KGAL will help the Environment Agency to manage flood risk through London and the Thames estuary.
SSE plans to modernise a hydro power plant on the Isle of Skye and has asked us to project manage the scheme. The task, the remoteness of which creates its own set of challenges, will require a combination of new, replacement and refurbished components to extend the life of the plant by up to 50 years
In Malaysia's Puteri Harbour lies Emerald Bay: a luxury marina development of waterside homes and recreational facilities. But with the harbour's tidal range of almost four meters the developers needed a boat lock installed to ensure inland water levels were maintained before flooding the man-made marina lagoon.
The Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon is an exciting hydro-electric project designed to generate power from the rise and fall in sea levels. We have been asked by Atkins to provide the outline design for the eight sluice gates, stoplogs and the associated hoisting gear