Murphy Electrical is a multi-disciplined team who design, contract and manage all aspects of electrical projects. We have the capacity to carry out works throughout the UK.
We are a driven and dynamic team comprised of project managers, engineers and supervisors who are experienced in delivering electrical, control and instrumentation works. Operating in high-risk environments, we understand the importance of safety. Our ‘Never Harm’ value is embedded into our culture and the way we work.
We provide full electrical contracting services across our five sectors of Transportation; Power; Water; Natural Resources; and Construction & Property.
Our approach to design puts an early focus on pre-fabrication and off-site manufacturing, which allows us to maximise benefits over traditional installation methods. We operate as ‘One Murphy’, self-delivering our projects alongside other specialist businesses.
We are enterprising partners of the Institute of Engineering & Technology, members of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting and members of the Electrical Contractors Association.
We are committed to delivering value for our clients by making processes smarter and more efficient. We listen carefully, respond quickly and understand our clients’ requirements as if they were our own.
‘One Murphy’ approach
Our in-house team is supported by our integrated direct labour workforce of experienced technicians, who have a wealth of engineering and construction knowledge. We operate an apprenticeship programme, which provides us with a constant line of electricians and engineers who are committed to growing their careers at Murphy.
Our passionate people
Our team is engaged and passionate. We encourage our employees to connect with others to find better solutions and to make a real impact. Our people think flexibly, learn quickly and generate new approaches for new applications.
A recent project the Electrical team completed was the Deephams Sewage Treatment Works for AMK (AECOM, Murphy and Kier joint venture). The project involved the complete electrical, control and instrumentation works on the secondary digester tank. The installation was fed from the nearly secondary digestion Motor Control Centre (MCC) via underground ducting infrastructure.
Another notable recent success was the Longbridge Station Refurbishment project for Network Rail. The scope comprised of the complete installation of power, lighting and ventilation within the main station building. This was delivered on a phased approach, as the station remained operational during the lifetime of the project.