Solar farm substation sprint

Yurika delivered an 80MW solar farm with 66kV network grid connection for a multi-national company operating in the renewable energy market, in 14 weeks - on time and on budget.


Completing 12 months' work in 14 weeks is always a challenge. Typically, a solar farm substation project takes 12 months from design through to commissioning - this project had only 14 weeks.

On top of this, the infrastructure required to support connection of 80MW to TransGrid’s 66kV network in a regional NSW location.


Yurika’s multidisciplinary project management team took control of all aspects of delivery, from concept designs and specifications through to commissioning and compliance.

A strong performance-outcome culture meant Yurika managed project risks whilst undertaking key activities without compromising safety, quality or cost. This included various teams being onsite seven-days a week delivering multiple work streams at once.

Please read our case study for more information about this project.


This project was a testament to Yurika’s ability to assemble a team with a combination of expertise and experience and an unwavering commitment to deliver.

  • Successfully met all client delivery targets within the 14-week timeframe.
  • Delivered to budget and met all mandated standards and regulatory requirements.
  • No safety incidents during the entire duration of the project.