COMPANY HISTORY AND BACKGROUND

Pipework Energy Solutions Ltd was established in April 2011 following many years as a partnership and has built a reputation by focusing on meeting the needs of our clients.
We aim to deliver a comprehensive package of quality services and workmanship at competitive prices, be it a traditional plant room or a Renewable energy project.

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Plant Rooms

Over the years we have undertaken a variety of projects with some of the major CHP players in the market place, as well as major Mechanical companies in all parts of the country.

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Biomass & CHP

An installation of a new CHP boiler at Salisbury Hospital together with over 250 mtrs of 110 mm below ground pre insulated pipe. Stretching from the plant room through to another building where we had to dig up drive ways, car parks and soft verge areas.

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Ground Source

In 2010 we undertook a number of large prestigious Ground Source projects as a specialist sub-contractor for public and private clients which included two MOD bases in Bristol and Somerset, and a large scheme at a College of further education in Penzance Cornwall, and another at a new wing on a mental health hospital in Birmingham.

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Gaunts Estate, Dorset

Over the last two years we have been working firstly with the consultant and then the client’s representative at Gaunts Estate in Wimborne in Dorset, to help design and install all of the pre insulated pipe work to three large separate areas of the estate connecting to three large A/D plants.

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Agar Grove, Camden

Five hundred affordable homes for new and existing tenants in the London Borough of Camden that put energy performance and fuel poverty top of the agenda.

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Pengallet Farm, South Wales

With the squeeze on finances ever more prevalent, the owner of Pengallet Farm in South Wales commissioned the design and installation of a 50KW A/D system that could run on the farm waste they were producing.

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