Case Studies

Please take a few moments to read about the creative engineering solutions we’ve delivered to clients across London, the south and the UK.

Wates Living Space and East Thames Group

Wates Living Space and East Thames Group Ocean Estate, Stepney

Complete

The regeneration of Ocean Estate offered the opportunity to transform one of London's most deprived estates into a thriving, cohesive, multi cultural society. The CHP energy centre at the heart of this multi million pound scheme will reduce energy costs and help people out of fuel poverty, while contributing to a healthier environment with reduced CO2 emissions.

Timescale September 2011 to July 2013

INVESTEC

Investec, Specialist Bank & Asset Management

Complete

Listed on the FTSE100, Investec is a specialist international banking group. The company’s ‘Green Team’ staff engagement initiative delivers a number of environmental benefits while Vital Efficienci has helped to identify and accelerate the bank’s energy and carbon savings.

Timescale Jul 2011 - Jan 2014

LAING O’ROURKE

LAING O’ROURKE BAA Heathrow Airport - Terminal 2

Complete

The transformation of the 50-year-old Heathrow Terminal 2 was one of the most exciting projects in the UK, with construction giant Laing O’Rourke signing an £800 million agreement to deliver the project which would be built with sustainability at the heart of its design and construction.

Timescale June 2013 - November 2013

Mace & SSE

Mace & SSE Greenwich Square Energy Centre & District Heating

Complete

The Greenwich Square project saw Vital Energi work with the Energy Services Company SSE and the Developer Mace to deliver an energy centre for their new, sustainable community in the heart of London.

Timescale May 2013 - October 2016

Camden Council

Somers Town Heat Network Operation & Maintenance

In Progress

In addition to successfully delivering the energy centre and district heating network for the Camden-based energy project we were awarded the long-term operation and maintenance contract.

Timescale 2015 – 2032