As a construction and design team Voltcom takes the environmental impact into account by continuously improving its eco-friendly performance, making it a key priority from the very earliest stages of all project planning, right through to the completion of the construction
Voltcom considers biodiversity to be a responsibility for all, from the local community, working along the chain to primary influential focuses by governments and all national/regional organisations.
With rising energy and waste costs, tougher environmental legislation and higher stakeholder expectations, organisations are increasingly focusing their attention on improving production practices, to both enhance performance and demonstrate responsible behaviour.
This will be achieved by encouraging innovation, increasing investment and giving a greater opportunity to open up new markets.
Cardiff based construction firm Voltcom Construction, has been awarded a reconfiguration project by Scottish Power Energy Networks in North Wales that will require design, project management and construction services. The network reconfiguration will involve the removal and replacement of steel lattice towers and will enhance flexibility of the network supporting the North Wales area. Voltcom […]
Voltcom Construction Limited have enhanced their delivery team in Northern England with the recent appointments of Gavin Kington and Chris Lunn. Gavin & Chris bring a combined fifty years of Power Transmission and Distribution construction experience to Voltcom and will work with operational delivery teams from Doncaster. With specific experience in the construction of steel […]
Cardiff based construction firm Voltcom Construction, have been awarded a new build project for the construction of a heavy duty wood pole connection in Scotland by SP Energy Networks. The connection will span 16km between Ewe Hill and Gretna and involve the design, project management and construction of 180 wood pole structures, Phase Conductor and […]
Cardiff based construction firm Voltcom, have recently secured a four year framework with Scottish Power Energy Networks servicing the Low Voltage to 33kV Overhead Line Network in the Dee Valley and Oswestry region of Mid Wales. SP Energy Networks awarded the four-year framework as part of their Electricity Distribution Business Plans submitted to Ofgem in […]