The process of connecting utilities for industrial developments is a tedious and complex one. With many different parties and multiple connection points involved, getting your head around and coordinating them can be a nightmare. The process is not only expensive, but also frustrating when having to go through similar steps over and over. To overcome this, you can use a multi-utility services company such as Crown Utilities, who will reduce the burden and eradicate the complications, with a complete service from start to finish.
What is a multi-utility services provider?
A multi-utility services provider acts as an Independent Connection Provider (ICP), who can supply you with an all-inclusive solution encompassing gas services, electricity services and water services, as a single, full service utilities maintenance services provider.
Using the services of a single company to work across your new or existing utilities infrastructure will often ensure that this part of your project is carried out far more smoothly. The planning and carrying out of any remedial work on project will therefore not require multiple utility companies to align their schedules and planning in order to work together.
How is using a multi-utility company better than using individual utility companies?
Of course, we’re not suggesting that there won’t be times when employing individual companies to work on different aspects of your utilities infrastructure won’t make more sense for your project. We’ve helped many homeowners, landlords and businesses in such a way over the years. Working with other contractors to align our own work and plans in order to ensure we’re able to carry out all work we need to do.
There are going to be times when for instance you’ve employed a specialist utility contractor to work on one part of your project on the understanding that other parts of your utility infrastructure may not need any additional work. On commencement of the work, it may then become clear that further work on another or all of your utilities is required that your current contractor is unable to manage for you.
In these instances, it would now require two or more utility service providers to work together in order to carry out all of the required work on your project. When things go well, there should be no issues and your project should run smoothly and be completed on time.
However, with multiple contractors on site, you may need to spend more time project managing and ensuring that the different companies working on different aspects or your utilities infrastructure are adhering to your agreed time lines to ensure that delays are not going to impact the work of any other utility contractor.
Although working with a single utility company to work on and manage all aspects of your project will often help to speed things up and ensure a smoother completion of your project. That isn’t to say they will not encounter problems along the way. The clear and obvious difference is that if they should, it should be far easier to overcome these issues and find solutions that should ensure your project is still able to come on in-time and on budget.
Here at Crown Utilities, we’ve many years experience of handling full multi-utility projects from the preparation and planning stages, through to completion and sign off of projects. Handling all aspects of your utility project including gas, electricity and water.
We can also help with and work along side other utility companies on projects be it utility installations, upgrades and disconnections. Our highly experienced team here at Crown Utilities have the knowledge and knowhow needed to help ensure that any project utilities project we work on are carried out to spec and in accordance to all building regulations. We can manage all of your utilities maintenance work, providing you with a number of benefits outlined below.
Why use a multi-utility service provider?
Of course there are many more reasons why you should consider using a single company to work on your multi-utility infrastructure project over hiring multiple companies. Below we’ve highlighted some of the main points, but we’d love to have the opportunity to talk to you and discuss how we could help you with your project.
So, when you’re ready, give our highly experienced team of multi-utility experts a call on 0330 123 5665 for a no obligation discussion about your project and to see how we may be able to assist you with your upcoming single or multiple utilities project.
If you’re not ready to call yet or just want to learn a little more, read on to learn how multi-utility companies such as Crown Utilities can help with your next multi-utility infrastructure project:
One-stop multi-utility solutions
All areas of utilities will be covered from an integrated full-service package, tailor-made to your exact requirements. By scrapping having to deal with several companies for different areas on the same premises, you will reduce a huge chunk of your management and effectively benefit from streamlined project management skills.
Single point of contact
Only one service provider handles the entire connection process from the outset. They will manage any problems onsite and ensure they’re resolved quickly and professionally. That way, they can assess project requirements, evaluate design and build options and understand cost and timescales, to give you a clearer picture of completion dates.
Fewer contact points, mean better communication – and better communication means more efficient service. They will directly install, plan and coordinate works with the incumbent network owners to carry out a seamless installation service, eliminating the need for you to contact multiple parties to get your site connected.
Quicker completion times for your utility projects
It’s a well-known fact that dealing with land ownership rights when setting up infrastructure takes a fair bit of time. Associated legal work with land and access rights for utility infrastructure is a common route of delay because it usually involves third party, councils, statutory bodies, landowners and solicitors.
Procuring water, gas and electricity through one provider reduces the bureaucracy and paperwork. Having all areas under control will enable you to meet tight deadlines of a big project that involves large investment.
What’s more, a multi-utility provider can proactively work on resolving any future problems that could arise due to third party property owners. By providing a comprehensive design and build package, they can help alleviate the risk of delays, resulting in significant time and cost savings.
Cost-effective solutions for your utility infrastructure
Multi-utility companies can make the connection for multiple networks via the same trench. Most ICPs have their own team to make sure the connections are installed through the most efficient means. This is the most cost-effective way and also takes care of the compliance according to the standards and guidelines outlined by the authorities. They will ensure infrastructure is routed in the most efficient manner too.
What’s more, choosing one provider to handle multiple utilities at once, be it gas, electricity and water services, makes good money sense. The process involves designing, planning and installation for only one time that enables a service provider to concentrate on quality rather than quantity.
Nationwide multi-utility provider
With Crown Utilities, it’s always important to that we go beyond your expectations and removing the need to go to numerous companies. With our customer-focused, streamlined approach, we are helping home owners, commercial customers and industrial developments across the UK with all their gas, water and electricity needs.
Whether you’re a small, specialised site or you’re managing a large complex construction project with many areas to manage, we have the experts on hand to deliver you a tailor-made solution from start to end.
To find out how we can help you with a either a single utility project or multi-utility projects, call our highly knowledgeable multi-utility experts on 0330 123 5665 to learn more and discuss your project requirements.