Danish engineering firm wins offshore wind contract in the US

Former engineers from Danish utility Ørsted have won a contract to design foundations for the 800 MW offshore wind farm in Massachusetts.

Photo: Vineyard Wind

The Danish consulting engineering firm Wood Thilsted Partners has won a prestigious contract in the US. The firm will be designing foundations for the first large offshore wind farm in the US, Vineyard Wind at 800 MW, to be developed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Avangrid. Wood Thilsted Partners will be working in partnership with US-based WSP – an agreement entered in March.

"This is a ground breaking project in the offshore wind industry," says Wood Thilsted partner and director Christian LeBlanc Thilsted in a statement, adding:

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