TES have recently successfully been awarded a contract to design, manufacture, install, test and commission power distribution equipment for the first phase of the Royal Albert Docks regeneration project.
The Royal Albert Dock development is a 3.2 million ft² mixed use development on the vacant 35 acre Royal Albert Dock site in London. By the time the whole project is finished in 2026, the old Central Buffet and Dockmaster’s Office will be restored to their former glory and new public squares will be created, and thousands of people will work in the new office buildings and live in the new apartments.
The contract works awarded to TES include;
- Main 1600A LV Switchboard
- Generator 1250A Switchboard
- Mains 630A Essential Services Board 5A
- Mains 630A Essential Services Board 8A
- 20no. 630A Panelboards
- 8no. Sub Essential Services Boards
- 300no. Tenant Distribution Boards
- Delivery, Installation and SAT commission
Commenting on award of the contract TES Business Development Manager Brian O’Neill said “we’re delighted to be chosen as the manufacturer of the power distribution equipment for the redevelopment of the old Royal Albert Dock and to have the opportunity to play our part in delivering this ambitious scheme.”
TES manufacture a range of low voltage switchgear, suitable for a range of applications, in order to find out more and to view similar projects completed by TES please visit the TES Power site.