Predictability. That’s what the Met Office seeks every day. Pulling live weather data from hundreds of thousands of locations across the globe, their computers perform over 1,200 teraflops* to give the world better forecasts. That’s why the resilience of their power systems and data networks are critical.
Glasgow Harbour is one of the biggest urban regeneration projects in the UK. Close to the city’s bustling West End, the 130 acre site includes hundreds of new homes as well as superb public buildings.* We’re powering that masterplan – not just with energy – but with investment.
Global shopping centre group Westfield were investing £1.2bn in a 5-year development in London.* When asked to step in place of another contractor, we hit the ground running and delivered – on schedule, on budget, and with zero safety incidents.
At SSE Enterprise Contracting, we work with our customers to develop long term relationships that help to ensure uninterrupted operation of their business. An example how this works for our customers is at a UK publishers of one of the nation most renowned newspapers, where we deliver electrical engineering expertise in the installation and maintenance of the high voltage and low voltage electrical networks at two major print plants.
SSE Enterprise Utilities has won a long term contract with Cube Housing Association to design, build, own and operate a district heating system for more than 1,500 properties at the Wyndford Estate in Maryhill, Glasgow. The scheme is one of the largest projects of its kind in the UK.