Prism Power Group has been upscaling its off-site manufacturing capabilities to keep our clients and employees safer during the global pandemic.
As much of the UK went into lockdown in March at the start of the pandemic crisis, several of our clients have still been relied upon to keep their vital services going during the global pandemic crisis. Many of our clients belong to the group of essential infrastructure organisations and their continuity of power has never been more crucial during this time.
During the height of lockdown, we have been working on several critical projects across healthcare, the police service, laboratory research facilities and data centres. As their critical power supplier, it was essential that we acted quickly in order to be able to continue to meet the supply and service demands of these clients, and flex our approach in order to accommodate dramatically different demands and working conditions to ensure we met their power needs safely and securely.
We are living in challenging times, and now as businesses across all industry sectors gradually work towards returning to their full capacity under a new normality, Prism Power Group is doing what we can to adapt our procedures and work environment so that we can continue to support our entire range of clients who are gradually getting their operations back on track with the utmost safety.
With revised Health and Safety practices in place, our factory has been busy working on the supply of several Turnkey Power System Enclosures, which accommodate items including LV / HV Switchgear Panels, MCC Panels, Transformers, Generators, UPS systems and Distribution Boards.
These turnkey modular systems, of bespoke shapes and sizes, are manufactured and tested at our Watford facility so that they can be delivered to site as a complete and ready-to-use power infrastructure solution. The advantage of being fully assembled off-site brings many benefits to our clients including reducing time scales and cost, but particularly as we navigate the implications of the global pandemic, we have been able to minimise the time our engineers need to spend on-site without the need for systems to be ‘broken down’ into individual sections as you would with traditional site delivery. With these containerised power solutions, social distancing has been kept to a minimum and implemented with greater ease.
We are pleased that we have been able to adapt our procedures and work environment so that we can continue to support our clients who are gradually getting their operations back on track. Our team is working more diligently than ever to ensure all our clients have peace of mind that they are being supported with a power infrastructure that they can trust, leaving them to concentrate on their core operational objectives, while meeting the challenging demands of this crisis.
To read more about our safety and operational procedures to manage the Covid-19 situation, please click here.