New Contract - UCB Phase 3
12th November 2018New Contracts
Summit Electrical have been awarded the electrical design and build contract for the refurbishment of the old Job Centre on Summer Row in Birmingham by Shaylor Group. The project titled UCB Phase 3, is part of University College Birmingham’s £100 million investment in student facilities.
The refurbishment of the complete building which consists of 8 floors to include the provision of new library and student services facilities as well office space for staff, spaces to include; meeting rooms, breakout spaces and seminar rooms, Library and student services.
Summit’s Executive Director Ronnie Bhathal commented “It’s a great honour to have secured this project and we look forward to working with Shaylor Group, University College Birmingham, Lucas Architects and continue our working relationship with Couch Perry and Wilkes who listed us on the Preferred M&E Contractor’s List having carried out a number of large, prestigious Higher Education projects over the past few years together. As a company we have had a lot of success in working within the Higher Education sector most recently with the University of Wolverhampton Science, Technology and Prototyping Centre which has been shortlisted in the Construction Project Of The Year category for The West Midlands Property Awards 2018.”
Summit will be responsible for the complete design, supply, installation and commissioning of the Mains Distribution Systems, Containment Systems, Small Power Installations, LED Lighting and Emergency Lighting Systems with Automatic Controls and Daylight Dimming, Data Installation, Fire Alarm System, Access Control System, CCTV Systems and Intruder Alarm System.
New Contract – Yew Tree Primary School, Walsall
31st October 2018New Contracts
Main contractor Kier Construction have appointed Summit Electrical as the electrical contractor for the new build school at Yew Tree Primary School in Walsall.
Summit will be responsible for the complete design, supply, installation and commissioning of the Mains Distribution Systems, Containment Systems, Small Power Installations, LED Lighting and Emergency Lighting Systems with Automatic Controls and Daylight Dimming, External LED Lighting, Stage Lighting System, Photovoltaic System, Structured Cabling Installation, Fire Alarm System, Disabled Refuge and Toilet Alarm Systems, and Security Systems. Summit are responsible for the detailed design which also includes Autodesk Revit MEP Engineering model fully co-ordinated with the Mechanical Services Contractor for a complete M&E Services Design and Installation.
30th August 2018New Contracts
Birmingham Airport Limited have appointed Summit Electrical to carry out the design and installation works for the new contract DB10 LV Switchboard, LV Generator, Controls and Energy Monitoring and Power Management System Upgrade.
Summit shall undertake the role of Principle Designer and Contractor and be wholly responsible for all aspects of the detailed design and supply of all associated Civil Works.
Under these works BAL wishes to upgrade the system in order to;-
• Improve system performance.
• Provide a futureproof and fully supported operating platform and control capabilities.
• Provide web-based information of the EMS system
• Provide information on site energy consumption
• Provide reporting facilities
• Enable the upgrade of the existing server hardware and operating system
• Support industry standard protocols such as Modbus, OPC, SQL and XML
1st August 2018New Contracts
Seddon Construction have appointed Summit as the electrical contractor for the multi million pound refurbishment and conversion of Lilleshall Main Hall, a Grade II* Listed Building to form 4 star hotel accommodation within a live, elite sports campus setting.
The project will reconfigure the 4 storey building into 29 bedrooms, conference, events and catering facilities.
Summit Electrical will be responsible for the complete design, supply and installation of the entire Electrical Installations.
Staffordshire County Council
1st June 2018New Contracts
From the 1st June Summit Electrical have been on the Framework for Responsive Property Maintenance and Dayworks by Staffordshire County Council.
The framework is to provide Staffordshire County Council with an agreed schedule of work rates to work on County Council owned buildings within specified geographical areas throughout Staffordshire. The framework will generally consist of carrying out minor responsive maintenance services and works with the majority of the work within occupied properties with individual order values up to £5,000. From time-to-time some orders may be above this threshold.