As our high voltage power operations continue to grow, Smith Brothers has recruited a civil engineering manager to provide vital in-house expertise.
The countdown to the edie LIVE event has begun in the office! Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on the 23rd-24th of May, the annual two-day exhibition and conference will be hosting hundreds of world-class energy and sustainability professionals, including ourselves.
Following months of work behind the scenes, the Smith Brothers website has had a facelift! Designed to provide new and existing visitors with a better user experience, the content has been streamlined to supply up-to-date information that is easy to navigate and digest.
Following unprecedented success over the past twelve months, high voltage electrical engineering firm Smith Brothers has appointed Richard King as their financial director.
A 13.2MW wind farm in Cumbria is one step closer to completion following the appointment of Elland based power engineers Smith Brothers.
A high voltage electrical engineering specialist has relocated to new offices having almost trebled its turnover in the last 12 months.
It’s not every day power engineers are asked to work on top of mountains, over peat bogs and under river beds. But that has been the normal terrain for 15 members of our team for the last 10 months, as part of a major electrical infrastructure project for REG Windpower.
At Smith Brothers, we’ve welcomed a number of apprentices into the specialised field of high voltage electrical engineering over the years, and we’re particularly supportive of mature apprenticeship schemes alongside the traditional traineeships for school-leavers.