Asset life-cycle management
At SSE Enterprise Contracting, we believe that first-rate street lighting and highway infrastructure significantly adds to the local community. To ensure we meet expectations, we remain at the cutting edge of highway technology. A great example of this technology is our pioneering solution to meet the demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging by merging EV points into our street lighting columns.
We are also innovating traditional management contracts by up-skilling our technicians to become a single service provider of CCTV, traffic signals and number plate recognition services. By incorporating the management of these technologies into one service contract, local authorities are reducing spend whilst improving efficiency.
Delivering a broader range of highway services
Our full scope of street lighting services include:
“It is also testament to Newcastle’s growing skills base in digital technology and data analytics, and an example of our commitment to use innovation to help make people’s lives better.”
Cllr Nick Forbes, Leader of Newcastle City Council
“We upgraded our street-lighting technology in 2016 with the aim of cutting energy costs and carbon emissions in this area by half. Now, almost a year on, the council is benefiting from a more cost-effective, greener service. We are also using Mayflower’s smart technology to monitor and maintain street-lighting centrally, reducing its cost even further by cutting the amount of call-outs. “We remain committed to further improving energy efficiency to ensure the best value for council tax payers and see services run in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way.”
Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, Ealing Council’s cabinet member for Transport, Leisure and Environment.
“The Integrated Technologies Contract with SSE Enterprise Contracting is a smarter way of managing our Transport Waste and Environment infrastructure that provides both cost and time efficiencies to deliver value for the taxpayer. The project has reduced management spend by 15% and achieved overall savings of 54% in service delivery.”
Glyn Williams, Transport and Technology Commissioning Manager for Cornwall Council