Gama Power Systems has successfully completed more than 200 significant turnkey industrial projects in 23 different countries and has installed a total capacity of more than 20,000MW of power plants over the past 20 years. It is an investor with shares in power plant projects that have a total capacity of around 2,000MW.
Gama Power Systems has been ranked eleventh on the International Contractors in Fossil Fuel list and 66th on the International Contractors list by Engineering News Record magazine in 2009.
Gama Power Systems Engineering and Contracting is a group company of Gama Holding, which has been recognised for its quality and tradition since 1959. It is determined to stay aligned with the market and with its customers as they evolve while strictly adhering to the awareness of quality and other Gama principles and values, which has made it a sought-after partner by other major international companies.
Gama Power Systems’ operations cover a combined package of engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, start-up, warranty and spare parts services. It provides customers with the complete spectrum, enabling a seamless implementation interface for their investments in the power sector for almost all types of power plants.
With vast background experience and qualified staff, Gama Power Systems is reinforcing its place among the world’s leading power generation EPC companies by committing to conduct its business in a lawful and ethical way and having the flexibility and capability to work in diverse locations around the world. Gama Power Systems has the ability to handle turnkey contracting of all types of power plants to satisfy public and private clients. It promotes a global mind-set, understanding local business environments, languages and customs, while providing the highest standard of service.
Gama Power Systems’ recently completed turnkey power plant construction projects include Whitegate 450MW combined cycle power plant in Ireland and Shatura 400MW combined cycle power plant in the Russian Federation. Skopje 220MW combined heat and power plant in Macedonia, Surgut 2x400MW combined cyle power plant in the Russian Federation, Riga TEC-2 410MWe + 270 MWth CHP in Latvia and Erzin 800MW combined cycle power plant are among Gama Power Systems’ ongoing major projects.