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Our NERS accredited in-house civil and electrical design team, has significant experience of working on the infrastructure of the DNO’s and individual private networks.

We cover all types of electrical infrastructure from LV to 132kV.  We can assist in all aspects of civil and electrical design from feasibility studies of network capacity availability, through to the detailed design and build of a major 132kV primary/grid substation.

With our extensive industry knowledge, our design capabilities are able to cover the development of engineering solutions to meet the requirements of our clients. We specify equipment according to performance and total life cost parameters, assessed in consultation with our customers.

We have a broad spectrum of technical and operational experience covering all types of electrical infrastructure, along with an in-depth knowledge of the latest materials, products and application techniques which allows us to select and develop the most suitable engineering solution.

 

National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) design capabilities.

      Electrical Design of Distribution Networks Covering; 

  • LV Cable Networks to Domestic Properties 
  • LV Cable Networks to Industrial / Commercial Properties 
  • HV Cable Networks 11kV 
  • HV Cable Networks 33kV 
  • HV Cable Networks 132kV 
  • HV O/Head Networks 11kV 
  • HV O/Head Networks 33kV 
  • HV O/Head Networks 132kV 
  • S/Station 11kV 
  • S/Station 33kV 
  • S/Station 132kV  

 

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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