|There are many multi-utility providers listed under MURS - PJDS are not one of these. We are experts in the design and construction of Electricity Network assets.
|PJDS can, however, provide the best of the Multi-Utility experience by working alongside carefully chosen gas and water utility providers who are also experts in their own field.
|For gas installations we work in partnership with a leading Lloyds Register GIRS (Gas Industry Registration Scheme) provider: Adroit Utilities.
|Please contact us for more information if you require a competitive combined electricity and gas quote. Alternatively, if you just require a gas quote you can contact Adroit directly - (please mention PJDS)
|By combining all of our individual expertise into a package providing one point-of-contact, we are able to provide a much higher quality service than most of the so-called multi-utility providers!
|We are able to offer the cost savings realised by sharing civils costs wherever possible and by timing the installation of each utility to avoid on-site bottlenecks and delays. We do not add consultancy fees, nor do we mark up each others quotes
|Many multi-utility providers started life as single utility providers who contract the other work out to the cheapest sub-contractor. We know through on-site feedback and comments from developers that this is usually false economy. PJDS have had to help developers where original providers have been unable to complete work to the satisfaction of the client or network operator. We have been able to rectify other providers defects to enable developers get their sites connected.
|PJDS and our partner utility providers may not always be (but often are) the cheapest option but we get the job done to specification, on price and on-time with the minimum of fuss for the developer.
|We recommend using our model for utility installations, where all of the work is undertaken by a managed partnership of experts, not sub-contracted out by one multi-utility provider.
|For us, the saying multi-utility, master of none is usually found to be pretty accurate!