Electrical Services

  • Business leader Mike Smith becomes new ECA President

    By Debbie Eales on May 18, 2017
    Highly respected electrical engineer and business leader, Mike Smith of SES Engineering Services, took over the presidency of the ECA on May 17th. Smith has held a variety of commercial roles at SES over the past 25 years, and is currently the firm’s estimating and sector director. He has worked on projects totalling tens of millions of pounds, and has […]
  • REL secures electrical contract at £65m central London development

    By Debbie Eales on November 10, 2016
    REL Electrical has secured a £1.5m electrical contract at a new £65m educational and residential scheme in central London. Designed by Sheppard Robson and being built by Bouygues UK, the development combines educational facilities and an 11-storey residential tower on the site of the former Ebury Bridge Centre on Sutherland Street, close to Sloane Square, Pimlico and Victoria underground stations. […]
  • J S Wright lands capital regeneration contracts worth £3.5 million

    By Debbie Eales on January 27, 2015
    Birmingham building services provider J S Wright is to power up two major community regeneration schemes that are being developed by Rydon at a cost of £60 million in London. The company will be helping to revamp almost 200 affordable homes within a low-rise estate in north London and a tower in West London after securing a total deal worth […]
  • Oil filled versus cast resin

    By BSEE on June 27, 2008
    Atransformer is a device that transfers electrical energy from one circuit to another through a shared magnetic field. A key application is to tap off 11,000 volts (11 kV) of electrical power from the national grid and step it down to 415 volts, which is the normal 3-phase electrical power system used in the UK for commercial, institutional or industrial […]
  • Oil filled versus cast resin

    By BSEE on June 27, 2008
    Atransformer is a device that transfers electrical energy from one circuit to another through a shared magnetic field. A key application is to tap off 11,000 volts (11 kV) of electrical power from the national grid and step it down to 415 volts, which is the normal 3-phase electrical power system used in the UK for commercial, institutional or industrial […]
  • Specials team delivers every time

    By BSEE on April 24, 2008
    These early systems were well-placed to make the most of the burgeoning computer industry, and as the computer became more sophisticated, so did the cable management.Now function and form stand on almost equal footings, particularly for architects wanting to use cable management as an integral design element in more creative projects. A good example of this is Marshall-Tufflex’s Odyssey, the […]
  • Specials team delivers every time

    By BSEE on April 24, 2008
    These early systems were well-placed to make the most of the burgeoning computer industry, and as the computer became more sophisticated, so did the cable management.Now function and form stand on almost equal footings, particularly for architects wanting to use cable management as an integral design element in more creative projects. A good example of this is Marshall-Tufflex’s Odyssey, the […]
  • Report underlines fire performance of PVC-U

    By BSEE on January 30, 2008
    Specifying products and systems for modern building projects is no easy task. Not only must a plethora of Building Regulations and standards – both British and European – be met, but the properties of all materials used must be fully understood. Achieving this is no mean feat, calling upon specifiers to pick their way through a maze of information that […]
  • Report underlines fire performance of PVC-U

    By BSEE on January 30, 2008
    Specifying products and systems for modern building projects is no easy task. Not only must a plethora of Building Regulations and standards – both British and European – be met, but the properties of all materials used must be fully understood. Achieving this is no mean feat, calling upon specifiers to pick their way through a maze of information that […]
  • Building a sustainable future

    By BSEE on December 19, 2007
    Sustainability is not just a smart marketing angle these days, it’s a political imperative. As pressure to take positive steps to combat global warming increases, legislation compelling the construction industry to design sustainability into new buildings will become increasingly stringent. For many, the need to focus on sustainability, whether for environmental or economic reasons, already sits at the heart of […]