Aker Solutions said on Nov. 14 that has landed a contract from Swedish multinational power company Vattenfall for its Norfolk Vanguard East Offshore wind farm in the U.K.

Under the contract, valued between NOK 0.5 billion (US$46 million) and NOK 1.5 billion (US$131 million), Aker will carry out engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the high-voltage, direct-current offshore platform, according to a news release. Aker has partnered with Drydocks World Dubai for fabrication of the topside. The company said the substructure will be fabricated at Aker Solutions’ yard in Verdal, Norway.

The project remains subject to regulatory approvals and FID by Vattenfall.

Aker Solutions said at this stage it will book an order intake reflecting the compensated work that will be performed until the end of second-quarter 2024.

The contract follows a recent award for the Norfolk Vanguard West project, which is part of the U.K.’s Norfolk Offshore Wind Zone development.