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Our Continuing Commitment to Improvement

Whether you’re looking to set-up a new water connection or require a new electric main installation, we can help. With over 40 years’ experience, we have gained an excellent reputation for ourselves with our clients throughout the UK. Have a look at our latest news to find out what we’ve been up to.

Blackburn with Darwen

300mm DI Water Main Diversion at Cockpen Farm, Bonnyrigg.

Miller Homes have appointed Connections2energy Ltd to divert the existing 300mm DI water main at their Lady Grange development near Newtongrange, Midlothian. 

The purpose of the diversion is to provide the requisite stand-off distance from water main to the proposed plots and will see us replace the abandoned 300mm DI with 180m of 400mm HPPE SDR11 pipe.

Our account manager, Courtney Kerr, will manage all aspects of the project, including Site Investigation Reports, WIRS Approved Designs & Construction.

Call our team on 0141 428 3909 to get your project moving.

  • Site Investigation Works
  • Water Impact Assessments and Development Impact Assessments
  • WIRS Designs
  • UKWIR Soil Analysis Reports
  • Mains Diversions and Upgrades
  • Self-lay Installations 
  • Metering and Pressure Management Solutions
  • Dedicated Account Management

Brackenhill Farm Development

Connections2energy have recently been awarded a new Stewart Milne site in at their Brackenhill farm development in Hamilton. The works will include carrying out the reinforcement of the existing water main with 270 meters of 200mm wrapped DI water main.

Our initial works entail undertaking the trial holes to prove the existing route of the water main. The second stage once the trial holes are complete will be transferring a number of services to the new water main. Our Account Manager Ashleigh Farquhar will be project managing these works from start to finish to ensure all runs smoothly.

Brackenhill Farm Development

New LIDL Supermarket in Alloa

A new LIDL store is planned for the vacant site adjacent to Alloa Athletic Football Club on Clackmannan Rd. It is set to replace the LIDL supermarket at Candleriggs Rd in the town and will provide employment for up to 50 people. 

A diversion of the existing 12” and 3” CI water mains is required as part of the site clearance, prior to building works commencing. 

Connections2energy have been appointed by the landowners, Rubicon in conjunction with Petrie Buchanan, to complete the diversion works on Hilton Rd and Clackmannan Rd using 300mm DI and 80mm DI. 

New LIDL Supermarket in Alloa

Connections2energy are specialists in providing site clearance and new connection solutions for all utilities through a dedicated project manager. 

Call our Scotland Office on 0141 428 3909 to get professional utility advice and support for your next industrial, commercial or residential project. 

Blackburn with Darwen
Newfield School Blackburn

Newfield School, Blackburn

Connections2energy Ltd have recently completed the installation of the gas, water and electricity infrastructure to Blackburn with Darwen Council’s new £4.8m autism centre. 

The centre which has been constructed next to the existing school on Old Bank Lane will feature 10 new classrooms and is expected to create new places as well as incorporating the existing pupils.

The process to get the utility connections installed required specialist excavation works due to the presence of an existing retaining wall.

The team at Connections2energy were pleased to be involved in getting gas, water and electricity supplies sorted for this local project.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager. 

Connections 2Energy Attend Rossendale Employability Fair

Connections2Energy Attends Rossendale Employability
With our continuous commitment to give back to the local community, Connections2Energy were delighted to attend Rossendale’s Employability Fair. The event hosted by Rossendale council was a huge success and gave local schools the opportunity to meet successful businesses in the area to show them the potential opportunities when they finish their education.

Our Utility stand went down a treat with Key Account Managers, Chelsie Singleton and Hayley Battrick showing the visitors how a Gas, Water and Electric connection is made with our hands-on activity. Needless to say, all participants went home happy with their fair share of sweets and Connections2Energy goodies. Hopefully we inspired the pupils to consider a career in the Utility Industry.

12” Water Main Diversion at Braes of Yetts, Kirkintilloch.

12” Water Main Diversion at Braes of Yetts, Kirkintilloch
Connections2energy provided Barratt West Scotland with a full turn-key solution for both the diversion of the strategic 12” cast iron network and for the onsite self-lay proposal for the 124 unit development offering a comprehensive package of site investigation work, approved designs and construction.

The 12” mains diversion was critical to the progress of the development and was necessary to accommodate the realignment of Waterside Rd, the proposed site entrances and to provide safe stand-off distances for the new properties.

For further assistance with your project call our Scotland Office on 0141 428 3909.

  • Site Investigation Works
  • Water Impact Assessments and Development Impact Assessments
  • WIRS Designs
  • UKWIR Soil Analysis Reports
  • Mains Diversions and Upgrades
  • Self-lay Installations 
  • Metering and Pressure Management Solutions
  • Dedicated Account Management 

Connections2energy – Mountpark Warrington

Mountpark Warrington is the largest speculative industrial / logistics development in the North West. The development extends to 757,555 sq. ft with Units 1-3 scheduled for completion in November 2018 with a fourth unit to follow.

Our Project Manager, Charlotte Eves, has worked closely with the developer to provide a design and build solution for over 1.5km of gas and water mains and services to supply the development.

Connections2energy provide dedicated account management throughout the design and construction phases on all of our projects.

This provides you with a single point of contact offering professional advice and support from enquiry to completion.

Connections2energy Ltd –  0161 359 5959. 

–Published on July 10th 2018

Mountpark Warrington Industrial Logistic Development
Mountpark Warrington Industrial & Logistic Development 

New York City FC Infrastructure Installed by Connections2Energy

York City FC Infrastructure Installed by Connections2Energy

Connections2energy have been appointed to get the utility infrastructure installed for the new stadium for York City FC and the adjoining retail development. 

The Oakgate Development, at Monks Cross will include John Lewis and Marks and Spencer stores as well as the new football ground.

Rugby league club, York City Knights, will also use the planned 8,000-seat York Community Stadium.

The stadium is expected to be ready for the start of the 2019/2020 season.

C2E Account Manager, Charlotte Eves, is project managing the design and installation of the gas and water networks required to serve the development. 

Connections2energy are specialists in providing bespoke utility solutions for Industrial & Commercial projects.

Call our team today on 0161 359 5959 to discuss your project or upload your information to

–Published on June 10th 2018

Working alongside Scottish Water – An External View

Working Alongside Scottish Water
Brian Campbell, 
In the latest edition of Scottish Water’s e-Buzz, our very own regional manager for Scotland Brian Campbell was interviewed.
Please see below the interview where Brian shares his experience, challenges and the biggest positive of 2017 working with Scottish Water.

Can you tell us about your experience working with Scottish Water? 

Over the years I have been fortunate enough to say I have worked both internally and laterally externally with Scottish Water. My experience working with Scottish Water, or to be more precise, Strathclyde Water started in June 1991 as a Junior Operative which was the training scheme the business ran to recruit trainee personnel who would grow and develop the skill sets required to progress into various departmental roles.  I was with Scottish Water in various roles from main layer to development manager for just over 23 years before venturing on to learn multi-utility.  My experience this year from a
consultancy view has been widely positive from various aspects since the business I manage in Scotland, Connections2energy, straddles practically every technical department from WIA project management, WIRS design, completing applications and
delivering newly constructed assets for adoption both on and off-site for the developer community in conjunction with our partners.

What changes have you witnessed and how has Scottish Water
adapted to the current demand?

The housing market in general has changed significantly since exiting the economic downturn with everyone expecting much more in a far shorter time than ever before to meet with the housing shortages, both private and affordable. This has led to enormous pressure on developers, consultants and Scottish Water to move concept site designs into actual homes. No one could really have anticipated that the upturn in the housing market would accelerate at the pace it has reached.  However, it has allowed Scottish Water to introduce new teams and processes which look at assets that serve land which hasn’t even been zoned for housing, triage, PDE’s for new applications and a new vesting team. All of these new innovative steps in the process will help everyone at each stage progress at the pace expected from customers.

The biggest positive from 2017?

The biggest positive from 2017 for Connections2energy was being able to work for Barratt / David Wilson Homes on their 316 unit domestic housing site known as Merlin Gardens which resides on the former Rolls Royce Factory site in East Kilbride. This once was the epicentre of employment of 4,000 people for the town which sadly turned derelict when jet engine manufacture was relocated to Inchinnan. Barratt / David Wilson Homes have come to the area turning a waste land into a place where families want to stay. The project consists of 3 strategic diversions, 10” SI, 150mm DI and 6”CI mains including two tie in’s to
the 10” SI, one to the 6”CI main and over 3.3 kilometres of new self-lay water main. Being involved in such a vast re-development of the former Rolls Royce Factory site meant working closely with various teams within Scottish Water. Service Relocation were instrumental with support and guidance for the 3 strategic diversions including various meetings with Operations and the Asset Planner to ensure the mains that were being diverted by our construction partner, Total Pipeline Technology were moved safely and in sequence to minimise the shut off areas and disruption to the many commercial, business and domestic properties which are fed off these mains. When we progressed the new water facilitation application with our design partner the application was assigned to an adviser within a week and approved within 20 days which was extremely efficient given the size of the project.

We are now focussed on the self-lay areas within the site and to the credit of the teams and team leaders in Development Services when we are calling off mains and services, we are kept right and supported on process to ensure we meet our clients expectations. Please follow the link to our website to read our article on the Rolls Royce project

What are the challenges?

Looking forward, one the challenges that our business, developers and Scottish Water are facing is with certain Local Authorities not granting section 109 permits to work on roads for utility activities related to upgrades, diversions and reinforcements. While the issue is isolated to a minority of local authorities it is affecting and delaying these types of
works from starting. Fortunately various departments within Scottish Water have stepped in to assist with the challenge and in conjunction with pressure from developers and UCP’s it is hoped there is a swift and positive outcome.

I also need to mention the loss of Colin Ballie from the Service Relocation Team is in there with a challenge, the help and support he has provided to me both within Scottish Water and for Connections2energy has been appreciated.

What are your thoughts for the future regards development in
Scotland and Scottish Water?

There are several things that come to mind – The demand for housing is growing at an unprecedented rate in conjunction with economic growth and government backing which is driving everyone in the industry to look at making processes more efficient, or developers to find ways to build faster through pre-fab kits or rapid hardening concrete. Scottish Water as a world leader in water quality and leakage efficiency has a role to play in continuing its efforts to date in sourcing and approving new or improving on existing technologies such as self-anchoring fittings and under pressure tees to reduce shut down
of mains or with self-anchor fittings, potentially speed up commissioning times if no concrete thrusts are required.
Regardless, the future for development in Scotland is thriving and given the improvements Scottish Water has made to process and investment in people, the water utility will be the market leader in Scotland.

–Published on May 30th 2018 Contact us on 0161 359 5959 to get your utility requirements sorted by professionals.


Connections2energy Ltd were proud matchday sponsors of Blackburn Rovers for the final home tie against Oxford United on Saturday 5th May.

Rovers promotion party was in full swing, as Ewood Park basked in glorious sunshine, in front of the biggest attendance of the season and the team produced yet another win to finish off a great season for The Blues.

Rovers return to The Championship at the first time of asking will no doubt, be a massive economic boost for both the club and the town.

The team at Connections2energy would like to congratulate Tony Mowbray and the players on their fantastic achievements this season.

Contact a winning team, in another league to the competition on
0161 359 5959 to get your utility requirements sorted by professionals.

–Published on May 16th 2018

Blackburn Roverse Sponsorship Connections2Energy
Ashleigh Farquhar - Account Manager
Ashleigh Farquhar, Account Manager
Glassinhall House

Connections2energy History

Connections2energy Ltd have been appointed to get new water supplies installed to Old Glassingall, Dunblane, Perthshire.

The development of this historic site requires a new domestic and fire supply to be taken almost 1km from the nearest point of connection.

A full UKWIR site investigation, WIRS design and construction proposal was developed for our client by Ashleigh Farquhar, Account Manager at Connections2energy.

The property is steeped in history with records going back as far as the 12th century and there is also a fascinating literary connection.

The B-listed, Georgian property is thought to have been the inspiration for the “House of Shaws” from the novel “Kidnapped” penned by the famous Scottish author, Robert Louis Stevenson.

The classic tale, set in Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion tells the story of David Balfour’s struggle with his scheming uncle to claim his inheritance.

Ashleigh has worked closely with our design and construction teams to reduce costs for our client and will provide dedicated account management through to project completion.

  • UKWIR Site Investigations
  • WIRS Approved Designs
  • Flow & Pressure Tests
  • Mains Diversions and Reinforcements

Contact Ashleigh or any of our team in Scotland on 0141 428 3909 to get assistance with your utility requirements on your next project.

–Published on February 21st 2018

Connections2energy Ltd – Scottish Water Annual Bowling Tournament

Connections2energy Ltd sponsors Scottish Water’s Annual Bowling Day on Thursday 7th September.

This year Connections2energy attended Scottish Water’s Annual Bowling Tournament and made a generous donation towards Water-Aid. Although some members of the C2E team were better than others, all in all it was a great day for a great cause.

Water-Aid is the UK’s only major charity dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the worlds poorest people. Along with the UK, WaterAid has fundraising offices located in Australia, Japan, Sweden and the United States while working in 27 countries worldwide.

For more information on Water Aid and how to get involved, please visit their website –

–Published on November 27th 2017

Bowling Wateraid
In Support of WaterAid
Chelsie Singleton - Account Manager
Chelsie Singleton, Account Manager
Euro Garages Barrowbrook Site
Euro Garages

Forecourt Giant Keeping It Local

Connections2energy Ltd are working closely with Blackburn-based Euro Garages to get utility connections sorted for their ambitious nationwide forecourt expansion plans.

The Issa Brothers have grown the business from a single filling station in Bury in 2001 to owning, managing and operating circa 2,600 sites across 6 European markets.

Chelsie Singleton, Account Manager at Connections2energy is working closely on a number of projects with Euro Garages who were keen to engage a local company like ourselves to get utilities sorted.

Chelsie has recently completed the Barrow Brook Development off the A59 near Clitheroe and managed the installation of electricity, water and telecom services to the new Starbucks, KFC, Greggs and Subway outlets.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on November 3rd 2017

Connections2energy Ltd – SSAFA Charity Event

Connections2energy Ltd participated in a charity 5 a side football tournament on Sunday 8th October for SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity.

The SSAFA is a UK charity that provides lifelong support to those serving from the British Armed Forces, veterans and their families. SSAFA is the UK’s oldest national Armed Forces charity and each year staff & volunteers assist over 90,000 people.

Many football tournaments were held throughout the day along with face painting, cake decorating and space hopper races. C2E were just one of sixteen fantastic teams supporting this event, proudly reaching the quarterfinals – thankfully with no major injuries!

The day was a huge success and the money raised is expected to be around £2,500. Well done to everyone who took part.

For further information or how to get involved with SSAFA – please visit their website

–Published on October 20th 2017

SSAFA Football Team Picture
SSAFA Football Team Playing
Jaguar Land Rover
Hunters Jaguar Land Rover Chester

New Showroom for Hunters Jaguar Land Rover in Chester

Connections2energy Ltd have been appointed to get the utilities connected for the new Hunters Jaguar Land Rover dealership in Chester.

Robertson Construction have been contracted to build the new 6,000m2 facility on the site of the existing showroom.

The new £9m dealership will contain office space, showrooms, workshops and parking roof deck.

Ben Fleetwood, Account Manager at Connections2energy has been involved early in the planning stage to develop a strategy to arrange for the diversion of the existing utilities and to secure a new 400kVA electricity supply for the project.

Ben will also coordinate the new gas and water supplies for the development.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on October 2nd 2017

Our Continuing Commitment to Improvement

Connections2energy Ltd are pleased to announce we are fully accredited to the Contractors Health & Safety (CHAS) Assessment Scheme.

Our latest, nationally recognised accreditation demonstrates our ability to comply with the most stringent industry standards for health and safety compliance and reinforces our client’s confidence that their utility project will be handled professionally throughout the procurement and construction process with health and safety always fundamental to our approach.

CHAS is a founder member of the SSIP [Safe Systems in Procurement] and is supported by the HSE. SSIP aims to streamline prequalification and encourage straightforward mutual recognition between its Member Schemes.

C2E’s Managing Director, Noel Creamer expressed his thanks to Wayne Storey, Quality Manager for his efforts in securing yet another key accreditation for the company – “CHAS further enhances our commitment be to best-in-class and will allow us to expedite the procurement of utilities for our existing and prospective clients”

Our details are now available to view on the CHAS database and can be viewed by all buyers and members of the CHAS scheme. Please visit the CHAS website to find out more.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 30th 2017

Chas Accredited Contractror
Wayne Storey - Quality Manager
Wayne Storey, Quality Manager
Jodie Sargeson - Account Manager
Jodie Sargeson, Account Manager
Kier Stoke High Rise Flats

High-Rise Improvements for Stoke City Council

Connections2energy Ltd have recently completed extensive electrical upgrade and alteration works to 5 high-rise apartment blocks for Kier Group on behalf of Stoke City Council.

The upgrade works to the apartment blocks on Bucknall New Road, are part of Stoke City Council’s multi-million pound commitment to their 30-year future proofing improvement plans for social housing.

Our project manager, Jodie Sargeson, managed the mains supply upgrades and arranged for the existing distribution boards to be replaced across all five blocks.

Jodie worked in close liaison with Kier to manage an extensive rewiring programme to move existing meters to communal areas which involved dealing with tenanted and untenanted arrangements throughout the works.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 29th 2017

New O&M Facility for
Dong Energy

DONG Energy, the global leader in offshore wind, have completed the build of their new operations and maintenance (O&M) facility at Kings Wharf, Seacombe to serve its two offshore wind farms in the area.

Once operational the facility will provide the global offshore company with a base for 45 full-time staff.
It will provide storage for spares and maintenance equipment for the Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm and also to the Burbo Bank Extension.

The Burbo Bank Extension will include 32 of the world’s most powerful wind turbines that will be fully installed during 2017 in an area covering 40km2.

Ben Fleetwood, Account Manager at Connections2energy worked closely with the developer Robertson Construction, to deliver gas and water supplies to the facility.

Ben also arranged for the disconnection of the existing gas supply.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 29th 2017

Dong Energy
Dong Energy Kings Wharf
New O&M Facility for Dong Energy at Kings Whaf, Seacombe.
Ogilvie Construction
Kelvinhaugh Street Design
Bricks Developments

Utility Solutions to New £33m Glasgow Student Accommodation

Life as a student in Glasgow has become much more comfortable following the completion of a new state of the art residential complex.

Ogilvie Construction, on behalf of Bricks Developments have completed the 607 bedroom building on the former warehousing site at Kelvinhaugh Street, Yorkhill.

Connections2energy completed the design and build of 2 medium pressure gas main supplies and our primary delivery partner in Scotland, TPT Civil Engineering Ltd, installed 2 mains cold water supplies and 2 fire supplies to feed the development.

Connections2energy provided our client with a full turnkey solution on this project by offering full Project Management on:

  • Water Impact Assessment [WIA]
  • Site Investigation / Soil Analysis [UKWIR specification]
  • Design to Scottish Water Specification
  • DOMs Liaison and Approval
  • Network Construction
  • Network Adoption Approval

Contact our Scotland Office on 0141 428 3909 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 24th 2017

Top Safety Accreditation for Connections2energy LTD

SafeContractor Approved
Nationwide Utility experts Connections2energy LTD have been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.

Alcumus SafeContractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises extremely rigorous standards in health and safety management amongst contractors. It is used by thousands of organisations in the UK including SMEs and FTSE 100 companies.

Connections2energy specialise in providing utility connections to domestic, industrial and commercial projects and our major clients include Cala Homes, Barratt Homes, Kier and Omega Warrington Ltd.

Connection2energy Ltd’s Quality Manager, Wayne Storey said – “The safety of our staff and contractors on site is of paramount importance to us and we’re delighted to have our rigorous health and safety systems recognised and accredited by SafeContractor”

The company’s application for SafeContractor accreditation was driven by the need for a uniform standard across the business. SafeContractor accreditation will enhance the company’s ability to win new contracts, and its commitment to safety will be viewed positively by its insurers when the company liability policy is up for renewal.

Gemma Archibald, Director of Alcumus SafeContractor said: “Major organisations simply cannot afford to run the risk of employing contractors who are not able to prove that they have sound health and safety policies in place.”

“More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that Connections2energy LTD has done. The firm’s high standard has set an example which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector. SafeContractor plays a vital role in supporting our clients in meeting their compliance needs, whilst working with their contractors as they progress through the accreditation process.”

–Published on August 17th 2017

Connections2energy – Amazon UK, Warrington

Connections2energy Ltd were recently appointed to install gas and water to the new Amazon UK Warrington Distribution Centre at Omega South.

Our project manager, Charlotte Eves arranged for 300m of medium pressure gas main and also for a new domestic water and fire supply to the 357,000 sq. ft. unit.

Charlotte also managed the metering and supply contract arrangements for our client.

The facility is to be occupied by the online retailing giant for at least the next 15 years and is expected to create employment for up to 1,200 people.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 9th 2017

Amazon Warehouse Facility
Amazon Warehouse Facility – Plot 7c Omega South, Warrington
Charlotte Eves - Account Manager
Charlotte Eves, Account Manager
Domino's Pizza
Domino Cornerstone Project
Domino’s Production and Distribution Centre. Project Cornerstone – Omega South
Gas Kiosk Cornerstone
Gas Meter Kiosk at Project Cornerstone – Omega South

Connections2energy – Domino’s Delivered

Connections2energy Ltd have just delivered gas and water to the new Domino’s Warrington Distribution Centre at Omega South.

The warehouse is the latest part of the £1bn, 575 acre mixed-use redevelopment of the former RAF/USAF Burtonwood.

Burtonwood was Europe’s largest airfield with some 18,000 servicemen stationed there by the end of World War 2.

Connections2energy Ltd completed 500m of off-site water and 1km of off-site medium pressure gas reinforcement work to feed the new 117,000 sq. ft. warehouse.

The £30m facility is expected to create over 100 jobs locally.

Contact our England Office on 0161 359 5959 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 9th 2017

Connections2energy -Scotland

As part of our targeted expansion plans into the Scottish market, Connections2energy are pleased to announce the opening of their new regional office at the International Technology Park in Blantyre, and the recent appointment of our Regional Manager, Brian Campbell.

Brian, who joins a rapidly expanding team, has worked extensively within the new connections market for over 25 years throughout Scotland with all the major house builders as well as with key industrial and commercial clients and has developed an excellent reputation for customer delivery in his previous roles with Scottish Water as a Development Manager and as Multi Utility Business Development Manager for Clancy Docwra.

Connection2energy has delivered major industrial & commercial projects throughout Scotland and the hugely significant increase in domestic awards has prompted the opening of our new office at the International Technology Park in Blantyre. This location provides us with an ideal centric base to service our new and existing clients.

Connections2energy can provide your projects across Scotland with tailored solutions for water main diversions, mains upgrades, flow and pressure tests, WIRS approved designs, new water mains and services, metering solutions, on-site water remedial works and full multi utility to industrial and commercial projects.

Please keep an eye on our website for further career opportunities.

–Published on August 3rd 2017

Brian Campbell - Regional Manager Scotland
Brian Campbell
Regional Manager Scotland

Scotland Regional Office:
International House, Stanley Boulevard,
International Technology Park,
Blantyre, Glasgow G72 0BN

Tel: 0141 428 3909

Business hours:
8:00AM to 5:00PM (Mon – Thurs)
8:00am to 4:00pm (Fri)

International House
Old Rolls Royce Site
Barratt Homes Site

Connections2energy –
A Rolls-Royce Job

Connections2energy Ltd have been appointed by Barratt Homes West Scotland to divert and upgrade the existing water mains around the former Rolls-Royce Plant at East Kilbride.

The site is to be developed by Barratt Homes to accommodate the building of 316 new homes and a handful of commercial plots.

The complex diversion works include the up-sizing and re-positioning of 4no existing Scottish Water mains ranging in size from 6” – 10” to accommodate the formation of a new roundabout on Mavor Avenue, the re-profiling of the site boundary and the added demand for supply.

The plant, which closed at the latter part of 2015 and employed over 4,000 people at its height, ended a sixty year association that has lasted almost since the New Town was founded in the 1940s.

The remaining 1,100, aero-engine repair and maintenance staff at the South Lanarkshire plant have been relocated to the Rolls Royce site at Inchinnan, Renfrewshire.

Contact our Scotland Office on 0141 428 3909 for further details on how we can arrange the utilities on your project through a dedicated Project Manager.

–Published on August 3rd 2017

Need help with new build electricity connections in Lancashire or anywhere throughout the UK? Call the experts on 0161 359 5959.

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