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Connections2energy sponsor local football team
The sponsorship has paid for new kits for the team, with the players proudly carrying the company’s logo on the front of their shirts as they walked out as mascots for Accrington Stanley Football Club this weekend.
Noel Creamer, Managing Director of Connections2energy Ltd said: “We are delighted and proud to support the local team and we wish them all the best for this season.
“As a local company we are pleased to be a sponsor of good causes in the communities where we and our members live and work.”
–Published on 21st April 2017
Windy Ridge — A blowing success
Connections2energy arranged and completed the successful delivery of the gas, electric and water connections for all 3 properties. This was the first project our client had undertaken. Our highly skilled account manager, Charlotte Eves, successfully managed the utility project from start to finish, leading to a strong new business relationship and repeat business for the company.
–Published on September 1st
NEC marketing exhibition
The exhibition attracted over 35,500 visitors throughout the 4-day event which was the exhibition’s highest attendance in 8 years. The exhibition consisted of self-build specialists, renovation experts and leading brands all under one roof at the show. Spanning four halls, it was the biggest event of its kind in the UK and was a unique opportunity — where we got to meet clients face-to-face and give them free unrivaled advice.
Throughout the 4 day show all our staff got involved down in Birmingham and the show was a roaring success with many happy clients, new business and most of all a further raise in brand awareness throughout the industry. Overall the show was a great marketing experience for the business and put us on the next step to becoming the number 1 choice in our field.
–Published on April 29th
Barrow Hall Primary School project
The new school is part of Warrington Borough Council Schools Improvement Plan and sees pupils move to this thoroughly modern venue in September from the existing location on Barrow Hall Rd.
Our works included a medium pressure connection to the existing National Grid network, laying 350m of 180mm PE MP main and terminating with a 63mm service within the school’s designated plant room.
Omega South is going to provide this area of Warrington with a highly accessible mixed-use development of quality, bespoke commercial premises, along with a range of new homes plus retail and leisure opportunities.
–Published on April 29th