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Hat-trick of projects helps Energetics feel at home in the Midlands

Energetics has secured a hat-trick of contracts from one of the UK’s largest housebuilders, Bellway Homes, and it is now gearing-up to provide the energy infrastructure and multi-utility connections to three new residential developments in the region.

The two-year projects, which will be serviced from Energetics’ Midlands office and depot in Coleshill, will see the company designing, building and installing the gas, electricity and water utility mains and service connections to over 150 new homes. The properties will be located across three Bellway Homes’ sites in Goose More Lane, Erdington; Gatos Street, Wolverhampton; and Dunton Road, Kingshurst.

Ray Williams, Sales and Marketing Manager for Energetics, said: “The Midlands market has typically used incumbent utility service providers. However, since arriving in the region, Energetics has opened up competition in the industry. We have quickly established a reputation for challenging the inefficiencies associated with traditional ways of designing, building, installing and connecting utilities, and for offering customers such as Bellway Homes an alternative multi-utility solution.

“This latest hat-trick of contract wins from Bellway Homes demonstrates the confidence that major housebuilders in the region have in Energetics’ innovative approach, our flexible commercial terms, and in the expertise of the team to deliver on time and within budget. As we continue to enjoy success throughout the region, across both the residential and industrial and commercial sectors, Energetics is moving closer to hitting its growth targets for the Midlands region, which is on track to outperform its other regions in just a few years.”

In addition to this latest raft of contract wins, Energetics has continued to secure new project wins across the Midlands. They were recently awarded a contract by Taylor Wimpey to design, build and connect the gas, water and electricity infrastructure to over 300 homes for a new residential site at Tansey Green, as previously reported in EP.

Energetics is also working on a £1 million project to provide a new high voltage power supply to New Street Train Station in the heart of Birmingham, as part of the £600million New Street Gateway project.

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