Burns & McDonnell wins place on Ofgem framework
Burns & McDonnell has secured a place on Ofgem's Technical Consultancy Services Framework.
20th June 2018 by Networks
The Birmingham-based company was successful in both of the categories it bid for — electrical engineering and specialist technical advisor services.
The firm is now eligible to bid for technical support roles in the design, construction, operation, performance and maintenance of electricity projects.
Jonathan Chapman (pictured), Burns & McDonnell’s UK managing director, said: “We are delighted to have been successful in our two bids on the Technical Consultancy Services Framework, and to have been recognised by Ofgem for our engineering and technical advisory experience. Having secured a place on the framework, we are in a strong position to deliver skilled technical advisory services to Ofgem across multiple projects.
“This is the latest step in expanding Burns & McDonnell’s UK footprint. We have recently begun work as lead advisor on Keele University’s world-leading Smart Energy Network Demonstrator project and continue to develop our services and expand our UK partnerships.”
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