103 Colmore Row, Birmingham
15th October 2020New Contracts
103 Colmore Row will comprise 223,631 sq ft of office space over 20 floors, and 7,665 sq ft of restaurant space on the ground and top floors. At 346ft/105.5m high, with the apex 246m above sea level, it is the highest new office building under construction outside London.
Summit have been assigned to carry out a full installation of lighting and power to the four basement levels, winter garden, ground floor, mezzanine and roof-top plant areas.
New Contract: Compton Care in Wolverhampton
6th November 2019New Contracts
BAM Construction has appointed Summit Electrical Installations to deliver the M+E elements of a new £2.5m care co-ordination centre for Compton Care in Wolverhampton – a facility set to revolutionise care provision for people with long-term, complex and incurable conditions.
The centre is a key part of Compton's new clinical strategy, launched recently alongside a new identity that saw it drop 'hospice' from its name in order to challenge perceptions and break down barriers to palliative care.
Funded mostly through a donation from former members of the Unite Union Goodyear Wolverhampton branch, it will enable the charity to effectively co-ordinate its services from one central point in order to create a more-responsive service for people living with complex and incurable conditions.
The centre will house a range of services including care in the home, inpatient care, daycare facilities, and emotional, spiritual and social care support.
Rugby Free Secondary School & Rugby Quest Academy
4th April 2019New Contracts
These projects have been awarded to Summit Electrical by BAM Construction, further reinforcing our already strong relationship with one of the UK’s leading construction companies.
Summit will provide the full Power and Lighting installation from the ground up as both builds run alongside each other under the stewardship of BAM but for separate end Clients. Our extensive history delivering similar projects for the education sector will serve us well as we strive for a high quality installation whilst meeting set deadlines along the way.
Rugby Free Secondary school is to be a 1450-place centre of learning for 11-18 year olds and is run by the Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow Trust. It has been designed sensitively to blend with the local area, predominantly brick-built over two and three storeys and including green space. The works also include extensive car parking, a new access road, landscaping, and sports pitches. Pupils are currently housed in temporary accommodation.
Quest Academy, situated adjacent to it, will cater for 80 special needs pupils and is run by the MacIntyre Academies Trust.
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