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Morrison Utility Connections is one of the largest Independent Connection Providers (ICP) operating across the UK. We are highly experienced in designing, constructing and commissioning large scale, high voltage connections for our clients, to adoptable Distribution Network Operator (DNO) standards.

We are fully accredited by Lloyd’s Register (NERS) to provide the design, construction and delivery of contestable electrical connections up to 132kV to the specification and quality required by the DNO.

To see our full level of accreditation click here.

We also provide a complete turnkey solution for our client’s own private utility network requirements. Whether it is replacing existing assets or installing new infrastructure, we adopt the same quality of design, construction and safety standards as we would when working on the local distribution network.

We distinguish ourselves from our competitors by delivering a service that adds value to our client’s business. By adopting a tailor made, consultative approach and by working collaboratively alongside our clients, we are fully able to understand their needs and ensure delivery of the most commercially viable engineering solution.

We are backed by an organisation with over 6,500 employees and a history of working in all utility sectors, the Morrison Utility Connections business offers a level of technical knowledge, experience and competence which is second to none.

Morrison Utility Connections is a trading name of and a business owned by Morrison Utility Services. Company No. 4530602. Registered office: Abel Smith House, Gunnels Wood Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 2ST. | Login

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