Welcome to E+I Engineering Group
E+I Engineering are a leading provider of electrical switchgear and power distribution systems, offering unique in-house integrated power solutions tailored specifically to client’s requirements.
E+I Engineering’s extensive range of switchgear has been used on a range of projects for high profile commercial clients including Allen & Overy, CISCO, Deloitte, Ericsson and Fujitsu. E+I Engineering have also completed works for many of the world’s leading financial institutions and banks, most notably as part of the Canary Wharf development in London.
Switchgear products from E+I Engineering have been used in the power distribution systems for various major warehouses and other industrial buildings. E+I Engineering have carried out work for a range of multi-national companies including News International, Rolls Royce, Diageo and Securitas.
Healthcare providers across the world have integrated E+I Engineering’s bespoke critical power distribution solutions into their facilities. With extensive experience in working with hospitals within the NHS and in the private sector, E+I Engineering have a proven record of providing reliable and efficient equipment to the critical care sector.
E+I Engineering manufacture and deliver a range of flexible and economic switchgear solutions. From final distribution LV products to bespoke MV schemes, the extensive range of type tested switchgear is custom built to meet each client’s requirements.
Monitor and control your electrical systems using an energy management system from E+I Engineering. The range of energy management systems are tailor made to meet client’s specifications and are compliant with all applicable standards and regulations.
E+I Engineering’s modular power solutions offer a complete turnkey package for data centres, creating time and cost efficiencies throughout the project. Fully assembled switchgear, UPS systems and PDU electrical schemes are engineered, built and tested in our controlled factory environment, ready to be installed on site as a complete unit.