Substation commissioning, engineering, design, electrical and civil construction services
Our Substation Business Unit provides Substation engineering, design, electrical and civil construction services to the UK & RoI Distribution Network Operators (DNOs). We cover 275kV, 132kV, 66kV and 33kV voltage levels to strategically selected customers that build alternative energy source electrical infrastructure. This includes Substations associated with both High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) and Energy Storage solutions for Enhanced Frequency Response major projects.
Committed to YOU
We are a market leading provider for customers in this sector, offering innovative and value adding services as well as fostering long term partnering relationships. We offer a firm commitment to sustainable development having a responsible attitude towards:
- Safety – we are committed to having ZERO accidents and incidents
- Respect for the environment
- Respect for the principles of good governance
- Respect and support for civic actions in the local community
In respect of our employees, we encourage individuals to accept the challenge of responsibility by providing them with support and personal development to enable them to meet their full potential. Our Substations Business Unit delivers high quality service to customers, providing services for EPC contracts, condition assessment and design. Our staff are highly experienced in the delivery of complex Substation solutions.
As a key wind, solar, thermal and nuclear sector player, we deliver a comprehensive range of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) services and turnkey projects. This includes electrical, mechanical, control and instrumentation, systems, civil works, nuclear ventilation and non-destructive testing systems.
Positioned across the entire value chain of the Power & Grid market, Omexom is a key player in Substations (electrical installation, automation, surveillance and control systems) and supports its customers with the design, construction and maintenance services they need to meet their energy transition challenges.