Vital Energi have received Multi Utility Recognition Status (MURS) which enables them to carry out a range of essential contestable works across the water, electricity and gas utilities.
Vital have been accredited as a company by the The Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS), The Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) and the National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS). After being recognised by these three schemes Vital Energi is now recognised as having Multi Utility status.
Vital Energi have considerable knowledge and experience in the delivery of complex infrastructure projects. Cost and time savings can be realised through early engagement of subject matter experts that bring about utility coordination.
Many of our clients have told us that they would like to deal with one company who will take full responsibility for the heating, cooling, electrical and water infrastructure, rather than a series of sub-contractors. Our Multi Utility status now allows us to offer this approach across water, gas and electricity utilities. This enables us to deliver a co-ordinated, comprehensive approach to essential services such as design, civil engineering and installation works across district heating and cooling, gas, water and electricity. This provides clients with a better, faster, more flexible and cost-effective approach to Multi Utility delivery.”
More about our accreditations:
The Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS) is for contractors who provide new connections to the existing water supply or sewerage system. These are referred to as Self Lay Providers (SLPs). A WIRS registered SLP can undertake Contestable Works in relation to the provision of new water connections, i.e. mains, services and associated works.
The Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) is for contractors who provide work associated with the construction of new gas infrastructure. GIRS registered providers are able to undertake new gas connections, services alterations or disconnections, dependent on the scope of their accreditations.
Utility Infrastructure Providers (UIPs) can compete with Gas Distribution Networks to complete some gas connection activities.
The National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) is a UK-wide accreditation scheme which assesses the competence of Independent Connection Providers to deliver connections safely and to a high standard.
Building in our reputation for delivering low carbon sustainable infrastructure solutions we can reduce costs and risks associated with Multi Utility delivery through co-ordinated, design and delivery. To find out more about how we can help to meet your low carbon Multi Utility infrastructure needs please contact us using the link below.
If you’d like to know more about our capabilities, or you’d like to discuss your Multi Utility needs then please contact Medi Rampal at firstname.lastname@example.org