In light of World Water Day this month, Smith Brothers are placing a spotlight on renewable power within the water maintenance sector, as well as our ongoing work with United Utilities.
It may be the last month of winter, but temperatures have still been as chilly as ever throughout February. Still, that hasn’t stopped the Smith Brothers team from delving deeper into our projects and driving progress at every opportunity. Here’s what we’ve been up to…
With rising energy prices and the UK’s goal of being net zero by 2050, the UK’s heavy industry is facing significant challenges over the coming years, as water treatment, chemicals, commercial, and other plants continue to demand significant amounts of electrical energy — and this energy is expensive.
Operating on sites spanning the full length and breadth of the UK, it goes without saying that Smith Brothers’ engineers certainly get out and about.
At Smith Brothers, we’re committed to upholding the highest health and safety standards across our entire scope of operations — whether we’re working on a high or low voltage distribution system, a simple assignment, or a complex turnkey project.
Well, well, well, what a busy 2023 the Smith Brothers team has had already! We may only be a few weeks deep into the new year, but we’ve made excellent progress with many of our projects, and are proud to see our engineers so embedded across our UK sites. Here’s a snapshot of our highlights, in pictures…
After hearing great things about the company via word of mouth, Mark Bush pursued a position at Smith Brothers late in 2022. Just a few months into his appointment, we’re seeing great things from our senior SHEQ manager, already — and have learnt many-a-things about his vast and varied career trajectory to-date.
Smith Brothers’ tendering engineer, Andy Christian, celebrated 10 years with the company in October 2022 - having joined the team way back in 2012 when the electrical engineering landscape looked markedly different, to say the least.