RJ Power Networks has recently completed a project at the iconic National History Museum where the team were tasked with the safe removal and replacement of two Brush Falcon ring main units (RMU’s) within the ‘R’ Substation on site.
The project had to be carried out in an extremely tight timeframe of one single shutdown visit with an estimated working window of ten hours from start to finish.
Following the successful tender last November, the task was handed over to the RJ Power Networks Projects team. The team instantly began the meticulous planning of the works to ensure the client’s expectations in terms of delivery and timescales were met. Continuous communication was required between RJ Power Networks and the client to ensure all aspects of the project was agreed well in advance of the work.
Before the job commenced all RJ Power Networks engineers in attendance, held a pre-commencement meeting where they were allocated specific roles and responsibilities, which ensured that all materials and plant required were onsite and that everyone was clear about what was expected of them. This enabled the works to progress efficiently and ensured that the project ran as smoothly as possible.
Graham Syder, Head of Projects for CBRE Managed Services Ltd, provided us with positive feedback stating that:
“RJ Power during the tender process proved not only to be cost effective but also to be a company that went the extra mile. They were exceptionally responsive to the projects needs by providing important design and cost input during the initial stages of the process while consistently meeting our projects requirements throughout. The real value was acknowledged when the project commenced and we watched the team in action”