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About Us
Since 2002, UIP has been at the forefront of developing new and innovative ways to improve safety and project delivery.
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Our practical, cost effective solutions are made possible by our unrivalled commitment to communication with our clients. We make sure that you can access our management team's expertise when you need it, and that our people are proactive and flexible at all times to provide a frictionless experience.

Established by our Chairman, Cliff Clackson, we bring a wealth of experience in electricity, water and telecoms infrastructure engineering and associated civil works to every project we are involved in. Our head office is situated in the heart of East Anglia, with excellent links to all major UK routes. We also have satellite operating premises in the Northern England, Wales and Scotland and we are able to deploy our highly mobile workforce across the UK as well as overseas at short notice. We work closely with you to evolve your project, and provide our own objective input developed from years of delivering successful projects.

At UIP, we recognise that society has become more risk averse. 'Health and Safety' has become a reason not to do or restrict many activities. That is why we are clear about the practical health, safety and environmental impacts of our current and future business, with our attention on mitigating the issues that have the potential to affect people, from teams on site to the general public.
Our People
Our Dedicated Team
We work to provide the highest standards of service to our clients, and this could not happen without our dedicated team of staff, all of whom have considerable experience in the management of utilities and civil engineering projects. People are at the heart of everything we do at UIP, facilitating the safe installation of connections that keep the country's infrastructure running.
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Our Health, Safety and Environmental Strategy

The world is changing and there are different drivers influencing what we need to do. A number of these environmental factors will impact our strategy for health, safety and the environment. We must make sure that we maintain a safe, healthy and sustainable working environment and promote a culture in which we all share this commitment.

We provide a range of services which affect the lives of many people as well as the natural environment. Wherever we work, we aim to protect people, seek to reduce the amount of carbon produced and keep our use of global resources (such as energy and water) to a minimum, while reducing our waste through good waste management and recycling.

Our policy states that to deliver this commitment we will:

  • define policy and procedures to protect the environment and the health and safety of those to whom we owe a duty of care.
  • meet and, where appropriate, exceed any legal and other requirements that apply.
  • identify and assess the health, safety and environmental hazards, impacts and risks from our activities and services.
  • set health, safety and environmental objectives and targets that reflect legal requirements and any risks we have identified, and show that we are seeking to continuously improve.
  • consider the input of employees and others with an interest in our work when making decisions relating to health, safety and environmental matters, and be sure that we understand local sustainability challenges.
  • develop and introduce plans to make sure we achieve agreed objectives and manage identified risks.
  • identify, train and use necessary and competent resources within a defined structure, and allocate health, safety and environmental responsibilities to people who have the necessary skills.
  • investigate and report on incidents to identify areas where we need to make improvements and prevent further problems.
  • monitor, review and report our performance, measured against set objectives and targets.
  • regularly review the suitability and effectiveness of our systems, and identify improvements we need to make to our procedures.

These policy commitments apply across all UIP sites and form the foundations for the effective health, safety and environmental management performances we have today.

Additional Services
Plant & Special Equipment 
UIP own and operate a substantial fleet of specialist plant and equipment, much of which has been designed and built to our own specification in order to provide our clients with bespoke and innovative project solutions. For complex cable and pipe installation projects, the use of hired in, standard construction plant only offers a ‘make do’ solution. We are not prepared to compromise on safety, quality, or value of service, so our ongoing strategy of investment means we will always provide optimum project engineering.
Case Studies
Our Experience
Norwich-Earlham 132 kV Reinforcement
Utility Installation Projects worked with UKPN on a 132kV network reinforcement scheme to cater for import capacity from Sheringham Windfarm.
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Peterborough 132kV & 33kV Reinforcement
Utility Installation Projects worked with EDF Energy to install cabling and ducting over a 2.3km route between substations in Peterborough.
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Rose Valley Substation, Brentwood
Utility Installation Projects worked with McAlpine to excavate and install 33kV cables, associated pilot cables, and one oil line through a public highway and sub station land.
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