Solar Farms in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces, Thailand

Aurecon was appointed the engineering design consultant for a project to build three photo voltaic (PV) power plants, worth approximately US$50 million, in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces of the northern region of Thailand.

The three solar farms consists of more than 100 000 PV panels covering over 60 hectares and will deliver annual production of approximately 45 GWh, equivalent to the annual consumption of the households in a Thai city of 90 000 people. Each site is expected to have a peak power of 10 MW.

Aurecon was engaged by Bouygues Construction to provide the following services:

  • Design of architectural and structural works for the main buildings, typical inverter stations, guard and gate buildings, and foundation of PV panels; in addition, review and individual design check related to mounting substructure frames of solar panel was also conducted
  • Design earthworks on each site according to the individual site layout and slope conditions with the objective to balance cut and fill, so as to minimise import and export of soil
  • Design drainages system within and along each site boundary
  • Design main and service roads within site boundary
  • Design of MEP systems for main buildings, inverter stations and guard houses including electrical, telecommunications, fire protection, HVAC, and sanitation services

Aurecon worked closely with Bouyges Construction and Soleq Solar Thailand to ensure that the design and construction of this greenfield solar farm proceeded smoothly within the project’s timeline.

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