New Contract Award

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We are pleased to announce the award of a number of new and exciting projects during October which encompasses both repeat business from existing valued Clients as well as new customers. New contracts received includes: –

  • New Research & Development Facility – Eaton Lighting & Safety Products
  • Hicks Building, Bicen Project – The University of Sheffield
  • Periodic Testing, Inspection & Reporting – Whirlow Hall Farm Trust
  • Management School Refurbishment Project – The University of Sheffield
  • Dressing Room Lighting Upgrade – Lyceum Theater, Sheffield
  • Structures Laboratory Reconfiguration Work – The University of Sheffield

We look forward to being of service.

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A Warm Welcome & Congratulations to our New Installation Apprentices

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A warm welcome to this years  intake of three electrical installation apprentices, who commenced their training with AMS Electrical in August. Congratulations to: –

  • Daniel Jackson
  • Patrick Knowles
  • Kieron Greenwood

As in previous years formal training will be provided via JTL, one of the UK’s leading work-based learning and apprenticeship providers, and shall consist of an Advanced Apprenticeship at Level 3 leading to a Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical Systems & Equipment (Buildings, Structures and the Environment)’ lasting approximately four years. 

 

 

AMS Supports Whirlow Hall Farm Trust

whft-large-2Whirlow Hall Farm is an Educational Trust which inspires, nurtures and expands horizons for Sheffield’s youngsters. 

The Trust was set up by Alan Aikin in 1979.  Alan grew up in the inner city and was sent to a farm as an evacuee during the Second World War. He was so profoundly affected by his experience of farming and the countryside that years later he set up a centre where inner-city children could experience the wonders of the countryside and develop an understanding of the connection between their food, farming and the countryside. The Trust continues with this work today – each year welcoming more than 10000 children and young people to the Farm on a day and residential visits.

In response to an invitation to tender from the Trust for electrical services, AMS  offered to carry out this work at no cost, in support of the Charity. We are happy to announce that the Whirlow Hall Farm Trust has subsequently accepted this offer and that consequently we shall carry out the periodic inspection, testing and reporting of both the fixed electrical installation(s) and emergency lighting over the next five years, commencing in October.

We look forward of being of service to Whirlow Hall Farm and supporting this extremely important and worthwhile cause.