The Scunthorpe contractor’s joint venture with French process contractor CNIM looks inspired after the pairing picked up their third big contract in the expanding EfW sector.
Waste management company Viridor signed the duo up to build a £205m plant at Ardley near Bicester in Oxfordshire.
This week Viridor cleared the final hurdle to building the scheme when it signed a public private partnership contract with Oxfordshire County Council to treat its municipal waste, over the next 25 years.
It has already been granted planning permission and is anticipated to come on stream in 2014.
The plant will convert 95 per cent of an annual 150,000 tonnes of waste collected by Viridor on behalf of Oxfordshire Council, into energy.
It will have the capacity to generate 25MW of power and also create heat.
Clugston and CNIM are also due to start work in April on a similar plant in Lincolnshire for the Waste Recycling Group.
Last year Clugston completed work on the £30m civils element of an EfW plant in Sheffield and is preferred bidder for an EfW plant in Staffordshire being planned by waste firm Veolia.