About Wilding - Wilding Construction - Providing Electricity Sector Construction Support Services

Company Background

Wilding Construction Ltd was established in January 2003 by Richard Terrill and Rhona Repton.  Initially, Richard undertook the placements himself, building on his extensive experience in a wide variety of Site Management and Engineering roles.  His reputation was such that Clients had already started approaching him to ask if he could recommend suitable Personnel for their construction projects.

In time, the core activity of Wilding moved from Richard fulfilling the on-site roles himself to providing the screening, appointment and Client/Consultant Relationship Management Service that we offer today.

Project History

Typical projects that Wilding has worked on include:

  • From 2015: Dudgeon Offshore Windfarm/Onshore Substation, Necton for Siemans (Overall Site Manager, Civil Enabling Works). £1.3 billion project.
  • From 2014: Various Civil Enginering Contracts, Refurbishment Works for WPD. £4 million overall project.
  • From 2010: Links Offshore Windfarm/Onshore Substation, Walpole for Siemans (Civil Site Manager, Civil Enabling Works, Ancillary Services). £1.3 billion project.
  • From 2009: The London Array Wind Farm.  Onshore substation construction for Siemens (Resident Civil Engineer, Civil Site Manager, Quantity Surveyor).  €2.2 billion project.
  • From 2008: Greater Gabard Onshore Wind Farm construction for Scottish & Southern.  (Civil Site Manager for Siemens & QS).  £1.5 billion project.
  • From 2008: Scottish Power Easterhouse 275kV upgrading of existing substation.  (Civil Site Manager for Siemens). £10 million project.
  • From 2008: National Grid Immingham 400kV GIS Substation extension to accommodate the extension of ConocoPhilips Phase 2 Power Plant.  (HS&E Advisor and Civil Site Manager for the project).  £6 million project.
  • From 2005: National Grid East Claydon 400kV substation extension to accommodate a new MSC compound.  (Civil Site Manager and National Grid Site Engineer joint role).  £12 million project.