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NWG Murton WTW Upgrade

Client: MM Bentley
Date: Aug ‘19 – Jun ’20
Discipline: Electrical Installation

Works included:

  • Installation of cable containment around the perimeter of the treatment hall building
  • High bay lighting.
  • Process plant and equipment installation of cabling and terminations.
  • Waste Water & Contact Tanks,
  • De-Chlorination System
  • External lighting.

In November 2017 Intelect UK Ltd were chosen by MM Bentley as a key electrical installation supplier for a proposed upgrade of an existing borehole water treatment plant at Murton Berwick Upon Tweed. A new water treatment works consisting of pressure filters and chemical dosing was to be constructed off line alongside the existing works and required to be operational by late 2020. Given the relatively short timeframe Intelect were invited to a ‘Design Sprint’ at the Seaham hub where other key suppliers worked collaboratively to formulate an outline design to which prices could be calculated formulating a target overall costs for the scheme. Over the following 14 months MMB designers in Cambridge produced an electrical installation scope and drawing package, this package was received by Intelect for final pricing and an NEC3 Option C design & construct contact was awarded a short time later.

Prior to commencement of site works detailed electrical termination and loop drawings were prepared by Jamie Colledge, these drawings were reviewed and signed off by the clients appointed electrical engineer Dave Bell. Dane Steel was handed the responsibility of supervising the site works and a small team of electricians were assigned to the project with Andy Rudd being in overall charge.

Site installation began in August 2019 with the first activity being the installation of cable containment around the perimeter of the treatment hall building and high bay lighting. Process plant and equipment soon followed opening the way for the installation of cabling and terminations. Before and after pictures of the first stage of works.

Work progressed through the remainder of the year within the treatment hall building and come the Christmas shutdown we were ready to move across to the adjacent High Lift Pumping Station. Between January and March the electrical work within the pumping station was completed enabling the MMB commissioning team to start their testing. It was towards the end of this period that the COVID-19 Pandemic arrived in the UK which had a dramatic effect on the day-to-day progress on not just this project but all other works within Intelect. After a temporary suspension of site works Dane and his team returned to site to see out the remainder of the internal installation works.

At the start of spring our attention turned to field equipment located external to the treatment hall and pumping station, these works included the Waste Water & Contact Tanks, De-Chlorination System and external lighting. Local containment and isolators were mounted then cables we installed through underground ducts, terminations were completed by late May leaving only the external lighting left to essentially complete our works. During the early part of this period we were still working under lockdown conditions but as restrictions started to ease the site team were again able to book into local overnight accommodation allowing for more efficient working and less miles on the road. External lighting and final snagging was completed in late June, the site then went through an evaluation period which at time of writing is still ongoing.

We have received positive feedback for the quality of the electrical installation from both MMB and the end user NWG which is a credit to Dane Steel and his site team, they have all delivered a first class performance under sometimes unprecedented difficult conditions. A total number of 4750hrs were worked on site with no reported incidents or accidents, a great achievement. Another member of the Intelect team ‘the unsung hero’ is Jordan Whelpton - Jordan has had the unenviable task of keeping a commercial eye on the project, providing MMB quantity surveyors with monthly payment applications and the difficult task of answering many queried during the final audit sign off.

My personal thanks to Dane Steel, Andy Rudd, Jamie Colledge and Jordan Whelpton plus all others that have worked on this project.

Kevin Willis

Contracts Manager

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Just Jane Lancaster Bomber

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Combined lifting frame and jig for a Lancaster bomber

Just Jane Lancaster Bomber

Just Jane Lancaster Bomber

The Lancaster bomber ‘Just Jane’ is based at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby. During the Summer months visitors can take a ‘taxi’ ride around the airfield in the bomber, however the end goal is to restore Just Jane to airworthy condition again.

They are now three years into a ten year restoration project to get a certificate of airworthiness from the Civil aviation authority, which will allow Just Jane to return to flight and become the only the third flying Lancaster in the world.

Part of this winter’s work is to remove the rear fuselage and thoroughly inspect the condition of all the ribs. It will soon be re-assembled to the rest of the aircraft for this summer’s taxy run season, then next winter it will be returned to the jig to have any corroded ribs replaced and all the aluminium skin replaced.

Intelect Engineering in Grimsby were asked to design and build a combined lifting frame and jig to lift the rear fuselage section off its temporary trolley and fix it in a position so it could be worked on safely. There are multiple support beams at each end to allow beams to be removed as required to allow access to all the fuselage and it still be supported. Any removed members must go back in exactly the same position.

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage are hoping to be open this summer (COVID-19 permitting) to offer a 'tail down taxy ride' on the world famous Lancaster Bomber - the only place in Europe you can get on board the iconic aircraft!

https://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/store/lancaster-taxy-rides/

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Health & Safety at work Vital Statistics 2020

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Health & Safety at work Vital Statistics 2020

At Intelect we encourage all members of staff to take a pro-active approach to health & safety. Mike Cook our QHSE Manager heads up a dedicated team of health and safety champions, who work alongside managers and supervisors, to ensure we not only adhere to our legal obligations, but that we continually reach for the safest possible practices for our staff, sub-contractors and clients.

Think For 30 Campaign

We introduced the #Thinkfor30 campaign

The Think For 30 (seconds) campaign reminds us, just how important that short ammount of time is, just before you commit to something. We've all done it, that moment when you think, go for it, it'll be ok and sometimes it is and sometimes it isn't.

Now if all we're talking about is; balancing that cup of tea in your arm whilst opening the door and holding a pen in your mouth, then it's not going to be the end of the world if something slips and you spill something, you wipe it up, dry yourself off and go and get another cup of tea. (We don't endorse balancing cups of tea by the way!).

Joking aside, our working days involve all manor of potentially dangerous sittuations where taking a chance could lead to serious injuries or even death. The problem we face is that 'familiarity breeds contempt' and that's why we want to remind you all, to just think for 30 (or however long it takes) and take the safe option.

We've just ordered some #thinkfor30 stickers, so no doubt you will start seeing them appear in various places around our workplace. Hopefully these will act as a memory jogger and keep you safe!

The QR code in the logo

If you open your smart phone camera and point it at the QR code, it will provide a link to the new Staff / Supplier web portal www.thinkfor30.co.uk where you will find health and safety information updates and reports, should you need to report any incidents or near misses.

Why is this so important

Unfortunately accidents do happen and below are some of the statistics published by the HSE.

Health & Safety at work Vital Statistics 2020

Please speak up, take pictures and report it!

Our H&S team relies on us all being vigilant. It's not someone elses job to keep you safe! Everyone has access to a smart phone, follow this link and have a look at the Think For 30 portal, it should be easy to navigate with forms to report:

Accident / Incident Report Form

Report a Vehicle Incident

Witness Statement

Report a Positive Intervention

Near Miss / Hazard Observation Report

COVID-19 Sickness & Absence Reporting

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North East Business Award for Manufacturing

Intelect win Manufacturing Award at North East Business Awards

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Intelect win their regional heat at the North East Business Awards

Intelect Mechanical

Intelect Mechanical

Another win for our fantastic employees, this time it's a big thanks to our 'Mechanical' team, bringing home the 'Manufacturing Award' for the Teesside region of the 2020 North East Business Awards.

North East Business Award for Manufacturing

The North East Business Awards toast success, celebrate achievement and highlight successful and innovative businesses doing fantastic things right here in the North East. They shine a light on companies large and small, new and established, and remind us that the North East is a great place to live, work and do business.

Steve Gent company Director of Intelect Mechanical said “It’s great to receive this award, it gives some verification that all the years of hard work are being noted by significant people within our industry. We take immense pride in our hard working staff, serving our growing loyal customer base.”

Kirsten O'Brien presents the Teesside heat of the North East Business Awards

John Thompson attended the Zoom awards ceremony on behalf of Intelect

This years awards were conducted 'virtually', however Director & Company Secretary, John Thompson wasn't going to miss out on a chance to get dressed up for the occassion.

John was pleased to receive the award on behalf of Intelect, giving special credit to the 'Mechanical' team and their hard work, which undoubtedly contributed to us winning this award.

As a result of winning their regional heats, Intelect,  Bedmax, and Sotech were all entered into the 2020 Grand Final of North East Business Awards for Manufacturing. Despite a valiant effort from our team, we would like to offer our congratulations to Bedmax who took the honours this time.
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Meet the team - John Briggs

John-Briggs

Left: John demonstrates LOTO process for an external audit. Right: St. John Ambulance volunteer

John has spent hundreds of hours volunteering, training and providing medical cover at community supporting events.

During the coronavirus outbreak John with the support of Intelect has been taking time out to put extra volunteers in the front line with his SJA colleagues helping out communities.

How does it feel to volunteer with St John during the coronavirus outbreak?

I’m more than happy to assist, I want to be there on the giving support and hopefully making a difference. We are often asked, “Why are you doing this, your only volunteers?” Always my reply is, “It’s what we do”. I have the support of my family who worry just the same as everyone, but with the added worry of my direct contact outside the safety of our home.

How is St Johns Ambulance helping our communities during the coronavirus outbreak?

The COVID - 19 pandemic has brought St John Ambulance to the front-line. The help St John is giving the ambulance service means ambulances can be sent to patients more quickly. With COVID, things can deteriorate very quickly so it’s really important for us to take some of the burden from the NHS crews, who are already suffering from staff absences.

As trained emergency transport attendants, we where expected to put our training into practice, supporting NHS trusts by working side by side with the ambulance trusts. Up to date St John Ambulance has provided almost 17, 000 hours of crewed ambulances across the country, covering 999 calls and seeing people scared, emotional and shattered through loss.

What’s been the most rewarding part of the experience?

The normal day to day for a SJA volunteer, is covering community and sporting events, with the significance being that our trained team was there to help a casualty in their time of need. I have had the privilege to be part of such a team, that on two occasions it has made the difference between a life lost and a life saved. These are the circumstances we strive for and train to deliver.

How has your St John training prepared you for the fight against coronavirus?

I have volunteered for St John Ambulance for the past five years, gaining qualifications as a first aider through to my current role as an emergency transport attendant. The importance of continuous development is paramount keeping your clinical skills sharp and up-to date.

I am grateful for the support of my employers Intelect UK, who’s generosity shown to St John Ambulance, has helped the NHS to help all.

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Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity

The Construction Industry Helpline is managed and funded by the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity. The charity has been delivering charitable welfare and support to the construction community since 1956. The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is funded by the industry, for the industry.

Intelect have renewed their Company Supporter pledge for another year.

Mental health and wellbeing will touch us all at some point and as an employer we want to help support our staff.  The Lighthouse Club manages and funds the Construction Industry Helpline with the support of our industry and volunteers.

If you are struggling from any of the issues below, are currently working or a former worker in the construction industry or an apprentice to a construction trade,

  • Emergency financial aid in times of crisis following an illness, accident, injury or bereavement that forces a family into a state of poverty.
  • Advice on occupational health and wellbeing issues as an employee or an employer.
  • Support and advice for sufferers of stress and addiction-related illnesses.
  • Advice on matters ranging from divorce to employment.
  • Advice on specific tax-related issues concerning employment within the construction sector.
  • Help to manage and reschedule debt.
  • Help to understand the benefits system and your entitlement, especially if you are caring for others.
  • Support on career changes, especially after accident or injury preventing you from returning to your original job.

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#TF⚡️30 take the time to stop and save the details in your phone we never know when we or a colleague might need the support of a friendly voice that understands the pressures of our industry both in work & at home.

Eligibility criteria

Applicants will need to comply with the following criteria:

  • Be currently working or a former worker in the construction industry or allied trades
  • An apprentice to a construction trade

Applications can be submitted on behalf of somebody fulfilling this criteria as long as they have the applicants permission.

​If you have answered "YES" to the above criteria please call our ​Construction Industry Helpline on 0345 605 1956 to complete the application over the phone ​or alternatively request a call or email back by visiting their website here: https://www.constructionindustryhelpline.com/application.html

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Upgrades to Intelect's Engineering workshop in Humberside

Intelect have been busy upgrading and improving their workshops at their Grimsby site in Humberside, with the addition of a new five tonne overhead crane, six large fabrication bays and some specialist pipework equipment.

The ongoing investment plans accross all Intelect sites reflects the needs of our customers and our desire to deliver the best possible service, whilst ensuring our staff are kept safe.

Overhead crane

The installation of our new overhead crane will be a welcome addition, increasing both the capacity of what we can work on and the safety for our staff.

The crane will be put to work immediately, on a project we have recently won, to manufacture and assemble steelwork for a company in the chemical industry.

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5 tonne Overhead Crane.

Fabrication bays

The new fabrication bays, lined with 34 metres of flame retardant curtain will increase our manufacturing capacity, reduce the risk of cross contamination between materials or inadvertent exposure of personnel to hazordous environments.

Fabrication Bays

Fabrication Bays with Jasic AC/DC welding plants.

Specialist pipework equipment

Achieving the best possible results comes from knowledge, experience and equipment, our Pipe Welding Division Supervisor, Paul Hurst recently sourced the following equipment to improve productivity in the preparation and welding of pipework.

  • Pipework bevelling machines (8 inch to 16 inch pipework). providing a perfect bevel for the welder.
  • 4 new Jasic AC/DC welding plants, water cooled, capable of 315AMPS.
  • Welding turn table, remotely turns pipe reducing the need to stop and start welds.
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Intelect are delighted to announce the start of a new multi-million pound project in Leeds, just down the road from their North East offices in Middlesbrough.

The project for an existing client (involved in the manufacture of paint products) will increase the efficiency and production capacity of the plant, through the innovative use of product recovery (pigging) techniques. In addition to saving money and increasing profits, this will also reduce their enviroinmental footprint.

Intelect are the Principal Contractor, managing the project from initial feasibility studies and design through to installation and commissioning. Intelect will also be responsible for making sure the project adheres to strict CDM regulations.

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Intelect announce the appointment of Eifion Evans as Divisional Head of Operations.

Eifion Evans Intelect

Eifion is no stranger to the team at Intelect, a customer for over 20 years and with over 30 years experience in the food, power, water and steel industries, he will be joining the senior leadership team based across all of our UK sites.

Bringing a wealth of experience in both financial and operational planning, working with global, blue chip companies to; manage cost expenditures, prepare financial summaries and take responsibility for total budget control.  Eifion is keen to contribute to the ongoing and future growth of Intelect, joining the established senior management team, who have already demonstrated Intelect's ability to deliver projects to the highest level within their chosen sectors.

When not at work, Eifion loves all fast moving sports and clay target shooting.

Contact details for Eifion Evans

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eifion-evans

Telephone: 01455 286071/01642 878784

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Intelect win Gold Rospa Award for safety

Intelect is celebrating after landing an internationally-recognised award for demonstrating high health and safety standards.

Intelect has received a RoSPA Gold Health and Safety Award for working hard to ensure its staff get home safely to their families at the end of every working day.

Organisations receiving a RoSPA Award are recognised as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. Every year, nearly 2,000 entrants vie to achieve the highest possible accolade in what is the UK’s longest-running H&S industry awards.

Nathan Jones, QHSE Manager, said: “I'm really proud of the team at Intelect, who's hard work has paid dividends this year, seeing us progress from a Silver to the Gold Award!”

Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of qualifications, awards and events, said: “The RoSPA Awards scheme is the longest-running of its kind in the UK, but it receives entries from organisations around the world, making it one of the most sought-after global accolades in health and safety.

“RoSPA wants every employee, wherever they are, to work safe in the knowledge that they will be going home unharmed and healthy at the end of every day. The RoSPA Award winners are vital to help achieve this goal, as by entering they are driving up standards and setting new benchmarks for organisations everywhere. Currently, around 7million people are directly impacted by the RoSPA Awards, but the scheme’s influence is even wider.”

The majority of awards are non-competitive and mark achievement at merit, bronze, silver and gold levels. Gold medals, president’s awards, orders of distinction and the Patron’s Award are presented to organisations sustaining the high standards of the gold level over consecutive years.

Competitive awards go to the best entries in 24 industry sectors including construction, healthcare, transport and logistics, engineering, manufacturing and education.

There are specialist awards for health at work, environmental management, safety delivered outside of the workplace, and fleet safety, and excellence trophies for the best international organisation, new entry, workforce involvement, leisure organisation, and organisation operating or based in Scotland. RoSPA’s top accolade is the Sir George Earle Trophy.

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