Our electrical engineers deliver a complete service, encompassing all aspects of design and project delivery.
In the energy sector
Our services also include tendering, procurement, adjudication, design reviews and contractor progression for projects up to 400kV AC.
We specialise in:
- System and network analysis and modelling
- Performance and feasibility studies
- Detailed design and plant installation/performance
- Risk identification and management
- Asset management
- Commercial assessments and asset valuations
- Expert witness
- Land and marine cable installations
- Contract audit roles
- Network planning and development
- Automated controls for substation and process industries (PLC/DCS/SCADA)
- Power distribution & protection equipment (transformers, switchgear, cables, protection relays and metering)
- Electrical testing - generators, motors, power transformers and protection
- Earthing services - site measurements and design using CDEGS
In the water sector
We work with a diverse client base including water companies, the public sector and private developers in supporting their water capital and operational projects and programmes. We offer a range of services from surveying through to optimisation and design of electrical distribution systems across clean water treatment, sewage water treatment, pipework and pumping installations, cooling water systems and for fire fighting.
In the rail sector
We have extensive knowledge of electrical engineering for both fixed and vehicle infrastructure. Further to the full electrification services we provide, we also perform feasibility, outline and detailed designs for stations and interchanges, which includes LV power distribution, platform lighting, lift power supplies, telecoms power supplies.
In the built environment
For expertise in the built environment, please refer to our building services engineering capability section.
Additionally, we house a team of rail vehicle electrical engineers who specialise in CCTV, radio, passenger information, public address, data recorders, track-to-train communications and Databus.