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The team was always looking to improve and add value to the project, there was a very positive approach across the team, I have a lot of praise and admiration for all at Vital and as a result of their work we have a better scheme.
Vital’s work with us and the district energy network that they delivered on our behalf continues to deliver considerable benefits to the University. As we continue our journey to net zero emissions at the University and our collaborative efforts for heat decarbonisation at city and region scale, we continue to be impressed by Vital’s presence and expertise in the UK market.
Vital are very good at bringing added value to projects, their knowledge and expertise is consistent. They kept to programme 100%, can’t fault Vital, they managed the changeovers well and put all the resources needed into the project. At one point, they had four different teams in different zones and shutdown was seamless. Lead in times were always accurate, it was a very focused delivery.
It was a tried and tested solution and district heating was what the client wanted. It was beneficial to have Vital as they have the expert knowledge and experience to bring to the scheme. Vital's experience became clear very quickly and we could take comfort in the fact that they have successfully completed schemes such as this before. This market is core to Vital so their knowledge added to the scheme.
Vital brought innovation to the Leeds PIPES project and added value from a project management perspective. Vital really engaged at the tender stage and thought strategically about how they could improve the scheme. Vital have produced some very good material for the website and the launch, and have been fundamental to the stakeholder engagement – they work hard and set the right tone.
Vital are keen to work with us as a team, they have a good flexible and proactive approach. Vital also manage our civils teams which works great, they have developed good working relationships and work together well. They are competent, professional and structured and we have a good working relationship.
The Vital team had good industry and energy centre knowledge to bring to the Camden Lock project, they knew what they were talking about and had a very good level of communications, good reporting and good point of contact in the relevant teams.
Berkeley Homes has been working with Vital Energi at the Royal Arsenal Riverside for the past five years. During this time they have become an integral part of the delivery team providing a comprehensive service for the design, supply, installation and maintenance of the Energy Centre and district heating network serving the site.
If the project hadn’t been awarded to Vital, it would have been near impossible to deliver. As an organisation, Vital need to be applauded for continuing to show their commitment to the project. Now Vital have the contract they have the authority and we are pleased with the progress they are making. We are very pleased to have a partner in Vital who are taking this forward with us.
We are getting healthy financial returns which are good, if not better than envisaged. We are in discussions with Vital regarding the roadmap to decarbonisation, it's a three way discussion between us, CEF and Vital
Vital won the project as they thought differently to others and came up with solutions others didn’t. Vital understood the Trusts requirements and provided significant contributions to realising our aspirations. Vital were the only company to consider keeping the steam network and retaining its reliability and that was what delivered the project successfully.
Vital had a good knowledge of the project and understanding of client's objectives. I have a lot of confidence in the design and quality of the work.
What exceeded our expectations was the seamless delivery of the district heating network they had cabling and buried mains, crossing roads, near an emergency helipad, on a live site and we never had one complaint. Vitals’ stakeholder engagement went very well, they communicated with a range of technical and non-technical staff at all levels as well as other external stakeholders, site neighbours etc. and their seamless approach is now being adopted by others.”
The scheme has gone exceptionally well. The project not only satisfies a significant element of the estate’s and facilities directorate’s long-term CIP plans, but also satisfies our commitment to reduce the trust’s carbon emissions and meet our sustainability targets.
This project has been a great success for Dundee City Council. The Energy Performance Contract was a new way of working for the Council which has allowed us to make a step change in the scale and speed of installing energy saving measures in our estate.
We continually look forwards to ensure what we do has a minimal environmental impact which is why those considerations have been at the heart of these improvements from the outset. We are also fortunate to have benefited from the expertise and advice of Vital Energi who have considerable experience in delivering these types of large scale energy projects.
We are very proud that working with Metropolitan and Vital Energi we have been able to deliver this important piece of infrastructure and that it is continuing to play an essential role in the high environmental performance of all of the buildings at King’s Cross.
Vital deserve a lot of credit for working to a tight schedule. The network flew in at the end and it was a slick operation. One of the biggest successes was the traffic management. Areas were well controlled and managed and the site compound was well kept. This was highlighted by how little negative feedback there was from the public. It was a very challenging programme of work, but Vital Energi reacted quickly and effectively to any on site challenges and maintained a positive attitude throughout
The University design team, Vital Energi and their subcontractors have worked well together and have, through the application of good communications, teamwork and a steadfast commitment to making the project a success now reached the important project milestone of topping out the building.
The system being installed is one of the best low carbon solutions we’ve found over the years and we can make significant savings, in terms of thousands of tonnes of carbon per year. Vital Energi continued to meet the tight deadlines while causing as little disruption to the University and Edinburgh and its stakeholders
We've partnered with Danfoss and Camden Council to reduce the carbon consumption at Oakshott Court through the installation of a revolutionary Leanheat artificial intelligent software technology which is paving the borough’s way to net zero.
Vital Energi are working with the City of London Corporation on a major project which will guarantee energy savings of over £480,000 a year and reduce their carbon footprint by 1,000 tonnes a year, taking great strides in their drive towards net zero.
Vital Energi have secured a new contract with developers Wates Residential to install the pre-insulated network on the Gascoigne West Phase 2 development, as well as the connection between Gascoigne East Energy Centre to Gascoigne West, known as The Shaftesburys.
We are supporting clients through PSDS funding applications and accelerating their journey to decarbonisation. We spoke to Ashley Malin who highlights the key factors for a successful PSDS application and how we can support organisations through the process.
Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees and Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan visited the site of the new Castle Park Water Source Heat Pump project which will revolutionise how the city generates low-carbon heat.
Work has begun on the energy centre which will contribute low carbon heat to the Bristol Heat Network. The project will be delivered by Bristol City Council and Goram Homes in partnership with Vital Energi. Once the Energy Centre is complete, a mixed-use development will be built over it with construction due to begin next year following a design competition.
We are celebrating after the carbon reductions guaranteed to our RE:FIT and NDEE clients soared past the 15,000 tonnes mark. The savings are the result of 17 projects developed and delivered in partnership between us and 10 of our public sector clients.