We employ experienced Chartered electrical engineers and designers to provide an engineering service you can depend on. Our approach to business eliminates the overheads associated with many larger EPC contractors to provide you with an efficient cost effective electrical design solution.
Our highly experienced engineers can provide FEED study / power system modelling and design services to support your project whether it’s a bespoke solution or making modifications / adding additional equipment to your existing power system.
EPS Nuclear division provides specialist power system consultancy services including power system analysis and generator dynamic stability analysis.
We support clients by bringing specific and cross-sector experience to challenging projects in energy, covering power and heat. Whatever your needs in the complex energy market we are able to bring solutions through our service offerings. Typical projects include:
In addition to the above work scopes we’d provide modifications / additions to the existing drawings / documents to reflect these changes.
Using electrical engineering software such as SKM Power Tools, ETAP, ERACs, IPSA or DigSILENT our electrical engineers can provide you with a study report for your power system.
Whether it’s a power system study for the entire process plants electrical distribution system or a modification / addition to the electrical system EPS can provide you with the following technical services:
If you’re looking to replace some existing equipment and require a data sheet or specification to purchase this equipment then EPS can provide this technical service; typical documentation for projects may include:
Installation and supply of:
All of our Chartered engineers have industrial engineering experience. Collectively we bring together Chartered engineers and experienced designers which have many years experience. EPS Chartered engineers are accustomed to the industry standards and practices working to strict EPS quality procedures.
Peter Rawson - Operations Director