Boulting Technology has been approved as the Environment Agency’s National Pump and Panel Framework supplier. The manufacturer, systems integrator and pump optimisation expert has been selected for all three lots of the framework, which includes tendering for the replacement of pumps, motor drives and motor control centres in pumping stations across Northern England. Boulting Technology will assist the Environment Agency in upgrading the reliability and performance of new and existing assets.
Boulting Technology is building on ten years of working closely with the Environment Agency on the electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and control planned preventative and reactive maintenance across its Northern pump stations. In addition, Boulting Technology has previously provided the Environment Agency with specialist consultancy services, helping it improve energy efficiency across systems and optimise standardisation of pump station assets.
“The award of the three lots of framework to Boulting Technology is a reflection of our depth and breadth of knowledge of the critical functionality of the pumping stations,” explains Brian Conway, Boulting Technology’s account director for the Environment Agency National Pump and Panel Framework.
“Boulting Technology specialises in motor control centres, power management, telemetry, systems integration and pumping system optimisation. Our holistic approach to the whole system backed up by an in-depth knowledge of each process, engineering capabilities and substantial project management experience ensures we can deliver complete pumping systems of robust integrity and reliability to the Environment Agency.”
Boulting Technology’s solution includes a range of submersible pumps to be used across land drainage applications, together with pumps that will meet fish and eel friendly requirements.
“With extensive construction, design and management (CDM) experience and a Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) gold award, Boulting Technology is looking forward to providing pumping solutions to the Environment Agency,” concluded Brian Conway.