Starting your own business can be a daunting endeavour, wherein in sometimes the pipedream of being your own boss begins at trusty backyards sheds or garages that eventually turn into an empire. For years similar garden sheds and garages have held the tradition as hotbed of innovation and a plethora of success stories. Embarking from similar sheddie origins is the story of Taylor Engineering Services (TES) Group. The initial seed was sown by Brian Taylor when he started designing and building control panels from a shed in his backyard in 1998.
It was only a matter of time when his place to create, imagine and build turned into private limited company. Taylor joined forces with Noel McCracken to make a difference in the realm of water and wastewater treatment designing, fabricating, installing and commissioning complex control systems. Fast forward to today, TES Group has evolved into an expert in water and power technology engineering, specialising in critical infrastructure, and delivers projects across the globe. Since its inception, TES has successfully met and exceed the needs of its clients for cutting-edge technology in the water/power industries. When it comes to setting high standards of engineering excellence, TES is now a name to reckon with. At the core, the company is catering to unmet needs in water treatment, waste water treatment, systems integration, HV & LV switchgear, and power, control and automation.
World-Class Motor Control Centre Manufacture
TES is challenging the traditional approaches to water and wastewater treatment that are both inefficient and more costly, both for water utilities, their investors and their customer base. As a multi-award winning company, with decades of experience, TES Group takes a 360-degree approach for delivering complimentary services that include design, manufacture, build, supply, installation, commissioning, project management, repair and maintenance. This approach aims at curbing down sub-contracting costs, admin complexities and management difficulties. To put this approach in effect, TES has developed and implemented its unique business operation model, ‘Lifecycle Engineering’, which focuses on developing effective partnerships with clients, listening client needs and providing flexible, customised solutions.
TES is committed to building new capabilities and skills and gaining knowledge to provide its clients with complete design and build packages, software systems integration, process design, and MEICA installation and repair services. TES brings a wealth of experience in the design and manufacture of Motor Control Centres (MCCs) for use in Wastewater Treatment throughout the UK, Ireland and various other countries across the world. The company enables cost-effective off-site manufacturing to ensure the turn-around time is less and is maximised in order to improve the health and safety of operators and contractors on-site. Keeping quality as the utmost priority, TES designs and manufactures all MCCs with the highest standards and then dispatches them to the sites, ensuring installation and commissioning is minimised. MCC configurations for wastewater treatment includewaste water pumping station MCC manufacture, waste water treatment MCC manufacture, anaerobic digestion MCC manufacture, odour control MCC manufacture, screening MCC manufacture, and more.
What makes these services from TES second to none is the ability of the team to pay attention to detail at initial specification. The meticulousness reflects in timely fulfilment of requirements within budget andwith minimal disruption. These MCCs stand on four principles of efficiency, quality, safety and cost couple with robust strategies thatcollectively the on-site health and safety of operators and contractors.
As a company rooted in the water industry, we have always aimed to ensure that TES has as positive an impact as possible on our environment and surrounding community
From diverse forms of separation which typically include 2, 3 & 4, Types 2 to 7, ratings from 400A to 6300A to highly customized designs, conventional or intelligent options, TES caters to different specifications of each client. These MCC configurations can integrate and extend existing MCCs and can be implemented as straight, “L”, “T”, “U” and rectangular shapes. This process of designing and manufacturing MCCS in completed in compliance with WIMES specifications and BS EN 61439, followed by CE Marking. The tailored solutions also comply with varying British, European, American and Australian standards to meet the needs of client across the world.
Unmatched Industry Experience4
As market leaders in the design and manufacture of custom-built control panels and MCCs for the water industry, TES brings in two decades of rich experience and manufacturing excellence to build customized Electrical Control Panels and MCCs within the water and wastewater treatment industry. The fact that the company works closely with consultants and clients across all stages of product design, manufacture, installation and commissioning makes it the preferred choice of customers. The quintessential quality-driven and customer-focused services and solutions are subjected to rigorous in-house testing and site commissioning procedures through a team of experienced technicians and commissioning engineering. This bespoke panel manufacture offers high scalability and reliability to guarantee optimal performance.
TES also allows clients to reap the benefits of its remote Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) facility that enables them to view, participate, instruct and record their FAT from the convenience and safety own home or office. The TES remote FAT system is compatible with major video conferencing platforms, providing clients full access to FAT.
As an ISO 14001 accredited organisation, TES has set a wide range of environmental targets including carbon emissions mitigation. The company leverages renewable energy, generated by wind turbines, TES also aim to reduce a CO2 emission in HQ operations. On its way to accomplish carbon neutrality, TES’ HQ uses 100 percent green energy.
While this marks a major milestone achievement for TES, the company’s Managing Director Noel McCracken says, “As a company rooted in the water industry, we have always aimed to ensure that TES has as positive an impact as possible on our environment and surrounding community. A key focus of ours over the last number of years has been to reduce the carbon footprint of our operations, this switch to 100 percent green energy is another step towards achieving our goals, whilst also supporting green energy innovations in the surrounding area. ”Our core values form the strategic pillars of company development.”
At heart, TES abides by its core values—Zero Harm, Sustainability, Integrity, Collaboration and Efficiency—that encapsulate the company’s approach to offering safe, expert and integrative solutions for the water and power industries. Moving forward, TES will continue its innovative efforts to evolve as the world’s leading water and power solutions provider.
Management Noel McCracken, Managing Director and Brian Taylor, Founder & Chairman
Description TES is committed to building new capabilities and skills and gaining knowledge to provide its clients with complete design and build packages, software systems integration, process design, and MEICA installation and repair services. TES brings a wealth of experience in the design and manufacture of Motor Control Centres (MCCs) for use in Wastewater Treatment throughout the UK, Ireland and various other countries across the world. The company enables cost-effective off-site manufacturing to ensure the turn-around time is less and is maximised in order to improve the health and safety of operators and contractors on-site
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