The Great West Electrification Project (GWEP) is a Network Rail initiative, which introduced electrification infrastructure and modern electric trains to the Great Western Mainline route.
We relocated a substation from the middle of the aircraft taxiway to enable the airport’s expansion programme. The substation powers associated airfield ground lighting and airport communications.
We provide operation and maintenance support for Southern Water’s 70 high voltage sites in the UK.
Hinkley Point C is the first nuclear power station constructed in the UK in over 20 years.
We finance, own, operate and maintain London City Airport's existing electricity network. Through optimum asset management, maintenance and replacement, we ensure that the airport maintains supply resilience to support its daily operations and help it achieve its sustainability ambitions.
Essex and Suffolk Water is a water supply company operating in the UK.
We have been providing operation and maintenance support for the electrical distribution system at Stansted Airport since 1993.
We have been responsible for the operation and maintenance of the electrical distribution system at The University of Kent Canterbury Campus since 2009.
Network Rail is the owner and infrastructure manager of most of the railway network in Great Britain.
We implemented new smart electric vehicle charging systems to power UPS’s central London delivery fleet for what is believed to be the first of its kind in the world on this scale.
We were commissioned to design, construct, operate and maintain the electrical infrastructure of HS1, the UK’s first major railway constructed in over a century and its first high-speed railway. The project was delivered on time and on budget, within a contract that extends for 50 years after the start of railway operation.
We designed, procured and installed 33/11kV transformers and 33kV feeder cables to replace the existing assets which had reached the end of their operational life.
We upgraded the electricity infrastructure on the north and mid-Kent lines to meet the Train Operating Company’s aspiration to run 12-car trains, increasing capacity by 20%.