Sectors We Work In

When you deal with Mather+Stuart Power Solutions, you get much more than just the right equipment. Our sales engineers have extensive knowledge and experience in delivering power solutions advice for the most complex of projects across a number of sectors.

Sectors Mather+Stuart work in including events, construction, industrial, transport, facilities management

Case Studies

Mather+Stuart Power Solutions has provided temporary power solutions to a range of projects across the UK. We have put together some case studies to show our expertise across a range of market sectors.

 

Construction

Housing - Essoldo House

A new, multi-use building in the heart of Chelsea required temporary power and fuel logistics at a site with access and space restrictions.

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Energy

Windfarm - Hornsea Offshore Windfarm 2 

Mather+Stuart Power Solutions work closely with Balfour Beatty’s Energy Management Unit and for this project, Balfour Beatty were seeking a power management facility that would offer optimum fuel and energy efficiency in line with the sustainability principles.

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Events

CarFest 2017

To cope with the massive temporary power demands of CarFest North 2017, we supplied a total of 58 Generators from 20kVA-200kVA and 56 Fuel Tanks for the duration of the event. 

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TRNSMT Festival 2018

Mather+Stuart Power Solutions had provided the client, Vital Show Power, with a complete temporary power solution for the inaugural 2017 event and due to the high level of service provided, was chosen again for the far larger 2018 event.

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Facilities Management

St Andrew's Stadium, Birmingham

Birmingham City Football Club were seeking a temporary power solution to run all of the LED advertising boards and screens within the stadium.

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Transport

St Mark's Bridge, Edinburgh

Mather+Stuart Power Solutions devised a hybrid temporary power solution for VolkerLaser that was able to power the lighting and drying room, without interrupting local residents. 

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