BWSC - Reliable energy supply for sustainable growth
BWSC is a global turnkey developer, contractor and operator of tailored medium to large-scale power plants.
BWSC deals in projects for conventional fossil-fueled power plants as well as for selected renewable and waste-to-energy technologies.
Our working methods and mindset are closely related to the fact that BWSC is a turnkey contractor as well as an engineering company.
Credibility, diligence and meeting challenges with dedication are important elements for us. They are essential elements for our business, and only valuable in BWSC when they go hand in hand.
In BWSC, the working environment can be demanding and challenging and - we are proud to say - strongly influenced by the entrepreneurial business in which we operate.
We believe that actual, achieved results are the real criteria for what generates a successful and attractive company.
When BWSC develops, designs, builds, operates and maintains power plants on a global scale it is done in a complex team environment. To meet these challenges, we are looking for qualified and dedicated team players.
The complexity of our processes and projects is the reason why our activities are performed in a matrix organisation. Hereby all the benefits of flexibility, exchange of information, responsiveness to change and emerging opportunities are secured.
In BWSC, on-the-job-training in the field is an integral part of competencies and staff education.
We strive to be a great and challenging place to work!
Based on experience, financial solidity and a proven track record, BWSC takes the responsibility for every aspect of:
- Project development
- Plant design
- Operation & Maintenance
BWSC takes a leading role in the development of Independent Power Producer (IPP) projects. Our product range also includes transmission lines, distribution systems and generation services.
Within the last three decades, BWSC has supplied more than 175 power plants to 53 countries with a total generating capacity in excess of 3,500 MW.
Furthermore, BWSC has entered into long-term Technical Support Agreements (TSA) as well as operation and maintenance agreements covering a total accumulated plant capacity in excess of 1,900 MW.
BWSC originated from the stationary engine division of Burmeister & Wain (B&W), which has built and installed diesel engines for power plants since 1904. BWSC was established as a separate specialist company in 1980 and was acquired by Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (MES) in 1990.