The Applus+ team in Brazil carries out the Owner's Engineering for a large wind farm with an installed capacity of 193.5MW located between the cities of Umburanas and Ourolândia in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
The objective of the project is the generation of clean energy, betting on the energy diversification of the country, as well as contributing to the economic and social development of the communities.
The project has a duration of 25 months and Applus+ provides management and inspection services for the work in accordance with the works approved for construction.
All the monitoring and analysis of the technical documentation of the project is carried out according to the Quality Management System (ISO and OHSAS), by customer guidelines and under the guidelines of the current technical standards, and by monitoring the progress of the work through Periodic reports.
Additionally, topography services are provided through the use of Drones and Topographic Stations with RTK (Real Time Kinematic) technology that allows the reduction of the margin of error in millimeters, as well as the use of specialized software for technical drawings and image processing.
During the provision of supervision and quality management services, Applus+ has a large team of highly qualified personnel in wind energy projects, including specialists in the following areas: civil, mechanical, electrical, quality, topography, and planning. Applus+ offers them at any stage of a wind farm construction project (design, construction, operation, and maintenance phase).
For its part, it is important to highlight that carrying out the engineering of the property is the best way to demonstrate the trust placed by the client for the development of this project, given the high complexity and technical-operative capacity of Applus+, as well as the alignment of values, safety, quality and performance between the client and Applus+.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that Applus+ has a track record of more than 10GW in proprietary engineering services, totalling approximately 50 projects in more than 20 countries.