Civil Engineering in the energy sector covers a broad range of requirements, from the construction of substations to the laying of underground high pressure oil pipelines across environmentally sensitive areas. Today, Dyer & Butler’s customers in the energy sector are improving facilities to make their services more efficient and cleaner in operation. Our work embraces both new and refurbishment work to help improve customers’ engineered assets and increase asset working lifespan.
As civil engineers working in this sector, we understand and work with our customers to address the need of meeting the regulatory requirement to maintain or improve their deliverable performance. This is achieved as a result of the multi-disciplined and highly experienced project managers and engineering staff Dyer & Butler employs.
We work across all disciplines within the energy sector including gas, water, electricity and liquid fuel and hold framework agreements with the National Grid. As our customers expect and experience with Dyer & Butler, we practice high levels of Health & Safety management and maintain strict control of the ecological and environmental impact of any work we undertake.
Dyer & Butler maintains a highly skilled, multi-disciplined team of experienced construction/engineering staff. We undertake and manage civil engineering projects in the energy sector for utility companies, authorities and private organisations covering a broad range of activities required by customers in this sector.
Dyer & Butler takes great care on all projects to minimise disruption to the local community and our client’s business. We always engage with the local community by keeping them informed throughout any work that impacts on the infrastructure of the surrounding area. We also fully understand and practice extreme care when dealing with potentially hazardous materials often found with liquid fuels.
Our work in the energy sector includes framework agreements, term contracts, partnered alliance and project work.
Our services include, but are not restricted to:
- Fuel bunds
- Electricity Sub Stations
- Pumping stations
- Fuel Transfer facilities
- High pressure oil pipelines
- Onshore renewable energy facilities
- Reinforced concrete works
- MEICA services
Why Dyer & Butler
Successful civil engineering in the energy sector requires a total dedication to safety in all of the aspects of a project’s activity. For Dyer & Butler, this dedication to safety embraces our culture and day to day behaviour. Like our customers in the gas, water, electricity and liquid fuel sectors, we value our environment, and as a safe and considerate constructor, practice extreme care when dealing with potentially hazardous materials. It’s part of our safety culture.
As a multi-disciplined civil contractor, Dyer & Butler offers a broad range of services to the energy and utilities sector. Our work is supported by an established reputation for on-time and to budget programme delivery in all sectors of our expertise including the energy sector.
An additional feature of our business lies with our understanding of availability and development of sector materials and their procurement. As a result, we are frequently able to propose alternative solutions for those already specified for project completion. This forms part of our Value Engineering approach towards all projects, and in some cases can provide significant savings against initial forecasts. This approach is illustrated across a selection of case studies published within this website. We work with and have completed many successful projects in the sector and hold framework agreements with the National Grid.
Benefits of working with Dyer & Butler:
- Diverse expertise and civil engineering excellence in the energy sector
- Thorough, in-depth planning to ensure projects run smoothly, on time and within budget
- Highly focused processes to protect the local ecology and environment
- Value engineering approach to help with project costs
- Track record of successful project delivery on live assets
- Solution provider to help improve engineered assets and increase working lifespan
- Experienced and safety conscious mobile workforce
- Fully qualified engineers – 100% CSCS compliant
- Range of MEICA services
- Routinely work under Utility and Local Authority Framework agreements and individual project by project contracts