Technica is pleased to announce the award of the next phase of work to upgrade the control system at Huntingdon Compressor station

Having successfully completed the survey and conceptual design phase of works with internationally renowned gas turbine controls system specialists, Holland-Controls B.V of the Netherlands, this next contract award will see Technica undertake the detailed design, installation and commissioning works acting as both the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor throughout the installation and commissioning phase.

Managing Director of Technica, John Davison commented “The award of the next phase of this complex project is testament to the hard work and dedication of my team lead by Project Manager, Andy Smith as well a strong relationship with National Grid”.

Andy Smith added further praise commenting “I am delighted with the performance of our team and our relationship with Holland-Controls during the successful delivery of the first phase of work and the fact that this has led to the award of the second phase of works”.

Director of Business Development, Richard Law stated “Our relationship with National Grid Capital Delivery and our reputation for the successful delivery of complex projects continues to grow”. Law continued “The past 12 months has seen Technica re-establish our credibility within the industry and we continue to engage our partners regarding fantastic opportunities for us to display our capabilities in 2018 and beyond”.

Over the past several years, Technica has demonstrated an ability to deliver complex EC&I and mechanical design, build and installation projects on behalf of the largest gas infrastructure companies in the UK.

Our areas of expertise include fiscal and non-fiscal metering, compressor control, Fire & Gas and RTU as well as being able to undertake a range of activities including EPC, EPCM, FEED, Design, Build, Installation and Commissioning.  For further details, please see our website

Holland-Controls is an expert in gas turbine control systems for power generation and mechanical drive applications in the 1 to 50 MW range with a history dating back to 1969. For further details please see