We work seamlessly with engineers, architects and construction professionals to turn your design concept into an operational reality. Our team has successfully completed numerous electrical design-build projects on time and within budget. We liaise with local authorities and service providers on behalf of our clients, saving them time and money.
Here at Phoenix Electrical Installations Ltd, we offer a full project management service to our commercial clients. Project management comes included in our services, however we can offer standalone project management. We can consult with your designers and architects on the electrical requirements of a project or can provide a full design, installation and management service, with your entire project overseen by an experience electrical engineer. We provide full design calculations, CAD drawings and O&M manuals for each project we collaborate on.
We specialize in meeting tight schedules and working in occupied spaces. We know that undertaking an electrical project can be disruptive, which is why we focus on working as unobtrusively as possible or working at times that accommodate the organization’s schedule. Throughout the renovation process, we are closely aligned with general contractors and construction managers to ensure the project meets or exceeds every budget, time and quality milestones.
Phoenix Electrical works closely with facilities managers and building engineers to test and maintain operational electrical systems and ensure they function at peak performance. We oversee backup power systems, maintain facilities, troubleshoot and repair crucial aspects of your building including pumps, boilers, chillers and emergency powers systems. Known for our rapid response time, we easily integrate ourselves into building rules, regulations and frames of communications. And with our 24-hour emergency service, we are here when you need us.
We provide all testing and certification services to suit your requirements including electrical installation certification, minor works, electrical condition reports (EICR) and PAT testing These certificates show that the work carried out was safe from the date it was installed and help with further inspection and testing, as they can help save on expensive exploratory work which might otherwise be needed in future. Additionally, in the event of a claim that injury or fire was caused by an electrical installation, certificates can help prove that the installation had been installed to a satisfactory standard of safety. Also, up to date certification and regular testing and inspection of your premises are usually required by your insurance company for your policy to be valid in the event of a claim.