For more insight into the practical aspects of our work, please watch our video.

Integrated solutions

This is of particular benefit to large contractors. With all operations centred at one location, the logistics of co-ordinating and consolidating the work becomes much simplified. We are therefore ideally positioned to amalgamate all individual EEP specialist elements into a common package.

The benefits gained by this approach are:

  • Better client / contractor cooperation and understanding
  • Easier communication
  • Fewer packages to run and manage
  • Reduced client project management time
  • Cost optimisation

Healthcare projects, particularly our installations for large National Health Service Hospitals, demonstrate the usefulness of this approach as they involve:

  • MRI rooms – complete installation, [the RF Faraday cage, helium quench pipe, magnetic field shielding and fully fitted-out interiors, medical gasses, EEP dimming LED lights, power, data lines etc.]
  • Medical Imaging suites - PET & PET/CT scanner radiation shielding installations
  • Quench pipe system – complete from the MRI scanner to the external vent
  • Radiotherapy treatment facilities – radiation shielding installations including linear accelerator (linac) bunkers

The above is demonstrated by our work at The Royal London & Barts hospitals.

The Royal London Barts

These major installations comprised of 3 MRI rooms, 6 Helium quench pipe systems – up to 500mm and 4 magnetic field shields, plus 650m2 lead radiation shielded walls, 12 radiation doors and ceiling mounted and load bearing grids.

MRI Room cut-away illustration
MRI Room cut-away illustration
Helium quench pipework
Helium quench pipework
Quench discharge roof vent
Quench discharge roof vent
Magnetic field shielding
Magnetic field shielding
Chevron lead block lined room
Chevron lead block lined room
Lead lined radiation protection door
Lead lined radiation protection door
Load bearing suspended ceiling grid
Load bearing suspended ceiling grid

Another example is the Scottish and Oceanic Area Air Traffic Control Centre

Oceanic Area Air Traffic Control Centre Oceanic Area Air Traffic Control Centre

This installation comprised 7000m2 of wall & roof shielding, a continuous 75m2 window, with an integral fine mesh shielding screen sandwiched within and a 7,700m copper braid zero reference ground plane lattice network, incorporating 3300 braid interconnections and 6220 cable terminations.

Main operations floor
Main operations floor
75m sq Shielded window
75m2 Shielded window
Zero Reference Ground Plane Zero Reference Ground Plane
Zero Reference Ground Plane

The broad experience of EEP is demonstrated by the list of projects typifying the breadth and depth of our activities.