0191 5269830    info@retroflo.com

  • Water Industry Electrical Contractor

0191 5269830    info@retroflo.com

Asset Condition Surveys

Asset condition surveys help determine the condition of existing assets, providing clients with technical and strategic advice for the compliant, cost-effective and sustainable use of these assets.

Through periodic electrical inspections and scheduled asset condition surveys we are able to determine asset life and refurbishment parameters and propose asset budget setting and the prioritisation and programming of capital works.

With the on-going transfer of private pumping stations to public ownership, Asset Condition surveys can help clients gain a full understanding of their future asset base.

Asset Condition Survey Capabilities

Our asset condition assessment processes include:

  • Visual testing
  • Dilapidation surveys
  • Remedial work surveys
  • Trend monitoring
  • Electrical Periodic Inspection and Testing
  • Private to Public Pumping Station Surveys

Water Industry Capabilities

Our water industry specific EICA capabilities encompass:

  • Assets: Pumping stations, water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, biomass plants, incinerators.
  • Electrical: Motors, pumps, actuators, cable management systems, pump control systems.
  • Instrumentation: level sensors, flow meters, pressure sensors, switches.
  • Control Systems: MCC, PLC, SCADA, Telemetry and software systems, variable speed drives (VSDs).

Why Water Industry Clients Choose Retroflo Electrical Services

Based in the North East of England, we are a friendly and customer-focused company with expertise in the systems and processes of many of the UK’s water utility companies. We undertake water and wastewater electrical engineering projects throughout the UK.

The Retroflo approach combines extensive water industry experience with technical innovation and exemplary safety standards to deliver electrical services of the highest quality. Our case studies demonstrate our success in delivering large-scale electrical engineering projects.

Asset Condition Surveys for the UK Water Industry