Each year, Robinson Jennings Ltd has a lot of fun setting up the electrical obstacles for the Tough Mudder events. The construction team will build the wooden frames for the “electric eel” and the “electroshock therapy” obstacles. Then we install all the insulated supports and eyelets. After, we install the heavy-duty top wiring.
We are fortunate to be the main electrical contractor for the fastest-growing trampoline park group in the UK. We recently completed their latest centre in Bristol. They asked us how we could improve on their previous centres. We thought a good place to start was by reducing their maintenance and running costs.
This is a typical installation that we carry out for Portakabin, which consists of a 6 + 6 stacked system. Each cabin is run off a 32 amp, single phase commando socket supply for easy disconnection and removal at the end of the job.
Robinson Jennings was contracted to develop 15 apartments at the Bridge Street site, and nine apartments for the Sunbridge House project. The works included the installation of brand-new electrical, fire alarm, CCTV, and door access systems.
Robinson Jennings completed extensive alterations to Audio Technica’s new, larger premises, developing the site to make it suitable for their enterprise. A large open industrial unit was transformed into offices, non-conducting testing bays, workshops, and clerical areas with specialist lighting provided for the new racking areas.
Robinson Jennings designed and installed tailored electrical, data, and security systems at Petherbridge Bassra’s new, state-of-the-art offices in Bradford city centre. The office refurbishment required the installation of two large consumer units for each of the four floors, providing localised power, lighting, and data points while adhering to the company’s floor layout.
Robinson Jennings was tasked by JAS Architectural Services to design, install, and commission a new electrical installation at this temple. This included a complete fire alarm system and disabled refuge alarm. As the works were for a religious building, there were strict criteria regarding the lighting design. The architects requested modern lighting that was energy efficient.