High-voltage power contractor Smith Brothers has added 95 years of electrical engineering knowledge to its portfolio as three new faces join the Yorkshire-headquartered firm – alongside a pair of newly-qualified former apprentices and 11 further roles.
Yorkshire-headquarted high-voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has successfully completed electrical engineering works at the Next Energy Capital Ltd solar farm in Little Staughton, Cambridgeshire.
The Smith Brothers family is sad to be waving goodbye to maintenance manager Allan Booth this month, as he prepares to retire from his much-respected role within of our services and infrastructure division.
When we’re not overseeing high voltage electrical engineering works, the Smith Brothers Contracting team loves nothing more than a group night out – particularly when it involves raising money for a good cause.
Happy New Year everyone! Before we leave 2019 in the past, we thought we’d take a quick look back over our 20th birthday year, one final time.
…and at Smith Brothers, we’ve got plenty to celebrate this festive season. 2019 has been another fantastic year and – as we prepare for the Christmas break – we’ve been reflecting on some of our favourite moments.
High-voltage power contractor Smith Brothers has secured an Independent Connection Provider (ICP) contract with sustainable energy specialist P3P Partners, to provide turnkey electrical engineering services on a forthcoming North Yorkshire project.
Our very own finance director, Richard King, is set to give something back to the local community, after joining the board of governors at the prestigious Greenhead College in Huddersfield – one of the most successful Sixth Form Colleges in the country.