Design stage

The next stage is to translate the agreed technical solution into a buildable reality. The focus is on the intricate detail here and all relevant third party stakeholders are contacted with this in mind. Importantly safety risks are clarified at this stage and relevant risk assessments carried out where required.


Although you will have a single point of contact during the design phase, the entire team is accessible throughout your utility journey, and each member of staff will use their individual expertise to make sure your connections happen on time.


Through our innovation and communication we are setting the standards for the utility industry, engineering delivery, as well as networks. Our design team will not only design your network; both on and offsite, but they will also take into account your build programme and factor in early connection options should these be required.


Our operations team also get involved internally at this stage, so they are familiar with the scheme and can advise on the best network build timescales to suit your site and key milestone dates.



Our Design department is made up of professional, qualified individuals with an eye and passion for detail.

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Our experienced qualified Engineers are involved throughout your scheme ensuring that we maintain the highest levels of specification and procedural compliance.


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Our Operations team are unique in the industry. They become a key part of your site delivery team and work closely with your site management to deliver a safe, professional, service on site.


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1st January 2014

Faygate – Crest Nicholson Strategic

Crest Strategic Projects 2,500 unit Scheme at Faygate in West Sussex needed gas electricity and water live to their first phase within six months of receiving planning permission to meet their scheduled show home opening and sale of the first served parcel of land.

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The whole process:

1. Concept
2. Technical stage
3. Design stage
4. Planning
5. Installation
6. Connection