National Grid Metering recently completed a non-routine and complex asset condition job at the Heineken brewery in central Manchester.
When you ask someone to picture an engineer, they’ll probably imagine a man, in a high-vis jacket and hard hat, fixing a piece of machinery. But there are also engineers, both men and women, working in offices, in healthcare, robotics, AI and even the beauty industry.
When I’m asked why I’m passionate about the Business Management System (BMS), my answer is simple … every day we try to ‘Find a better way’ and ‘Do the right thing’.
National Grid Partners (NGP), the investment and innovation arm of National Grid, has invested in three new companies – CNIGuard, SparkCognition, and Uniphore – growing our portfolio to 18 companies in 12 months.
Working together with its suppliers, National Grid Metering has completed a high-risk major project to repair a vital ageing asset.
In April this year, we introduced MyFinance to support legal separation. MyFinance is one of the projects in the Project One portfolio and is the gateway to our new leading edge business finance system, replacing mySAP.
We are delighted to have scooped three wins at this year’s Brownfield Briefing Awards, for the dismantling and remediation of redundant gas works sites.
Today Ofgem has launched its consultations on its minded-to position on the funding and delivery model for our Hinkley-Seabank (HSB) project. The consultations will be open for six weeks.
Over 45 colleagues on the Integrated Security Systems (ISS) project recently spent the day volunteering at a secondary school in Coventry.
In our final article sharing some of the role model stories from our Remarkable 3 book, Social Purpose Coordinator Lynn Orton gives an insight into her passion for volunteering.