Since 2022, we have provided Owner Engineer services for our client Low Carbon in the comprehensive management of their portfolio of 8 projects, which has included:

  • Review of the detailed engineering developed by the EPC contractor.
  • Site HSE Supervision and constant review of all documentation to execute the tasks under a strict Health, Safety, and Environment regime.
  • Review and approval of all aspects of Quality Assurance Planning and Quality Control of Executed works, which assists greatly in minimizing Operation and Maintenance costs in the life of the Solar PV park.


Our role goes far beyond just project management. We start work from the very beginning, i.e. from the stage of preparation for construction, until the project is ready for operation. This is a period of intensive cooperation, where together with contractors and the client, we ensure that all contractor submissions are in accordance with industry standards and that controls of executed works ensure Employers QHSE requirements are adhered to.

The added value of a team of experts in project management and construction of solar plants, as well as civil, electrical, and solar technology experts has given a plus to the quality of Forte’s service, giving the client security about the Quality and Construction Monitoring.

At Forte Renewables, the quality of services is not just promises on paper, it is actions that speak for themselves. Proof of this is the fact that the same client turned to our team again and asked to extend our services to a second Investment Portfolio in the Netherlands. This is an extraordinary challenge because this time we are talking about over 135 MWp, which we intend to install in 2023.

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