Energy Assets Utilities Awarded Large Scale Mixed Development Contract

Energy Assets Utilities Awarded Large Scale Mixed Development Contract

Birmingham Development Corporation awarded Energy Assets Utilities a major contract to install the electricity distribution network for The Cube, one of the UK’s largest and most high profile developments.

Programme

Following an extensive tender process, Birmingham Development Corporation awarded Energy Assets Utilities (EAU) a major contract to install the electricity distribution network for The Cube, one of the UK’s largest and most high profile developments. The project included retail, office and residential connections that required creative design and utilisation of an existing underground mail tunnel. 

Our Solution

Working right in the heart of Birmingham city centre, our solution had to support a vast array of retail, office and residential space across 30 floors, and make best use of existing infrastructure. We extended the SSE embedded IDNO network, delivered 1.8 miles of offsite infrastructure, fitted out 4 substations well below ground level, and installed all the lateral and riser cabling to the individual meters, plus our team worked over 350m within an existing underground mail tunnel – all to time and budget.


A proven track record

1.8 miles of offsite infrastructure.

4 Substations.

Worked over 350m of existing underground tunnel.


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