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Grundfos help to deliver Glasgow’s NHS Louisa Jordan


Kirkwood; had an immediate requirement for additional water boosting as part of the transformation of the SEC in Glasgow.


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The call was received for 3 x Grundfos Hydro MPC-E booster sets. These were needed to support the conversion of this conference centre into a 1300 bed field hospital, renamed the NHS Louisa Jordan hospital, after the Glaswegian nurse who worked tirelessly to save life’s in Serbia during WW1.


The order was received on a Monday and the three boosters were then built to order, tested and shipped out from Grundfos’ manufacturing plant in Sunderland in just 3 days, arriving in Glasgow on the Friday. A member of the Grundfos Service team then visited site to complete the commissioning of the sets and to make sure that the sets were ready to


Ellins steps down as Energy & Utility Skills Chief Executive


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nergy & Utility Skills has today announced that Nick Ellins will be stepping down as Chief Executive at the end of July, after 5 years leading the specialist energy and utilities workforce organisation.


Energy & Utility Skills Chair, Jan Ward CBE said:


“Nick gave us a commitment from the very start, to 5 years of dedicated effort, and he has done an outstanding job for Energy & Utility Skills, and as an advocate for all the workforce across the UK. He has taken the organisation from its primarily government funded sector skills council role 5 years ago, to being a fully commercially independent business that is now recognised and respected for its knowledge of human capital, and its ability to make change happen through trusted collaboration with central and devolved governments, policy makers, regulators, unions, utility companies and the supply chain. We want to wish Nick well for the future and thank him for his tireless efforts on our behalf.”


Nick Ellins said:


“I am immensely proud of the team at Energy & Utility Skills and of our ability to make a real difference through trusted partnerships – initiating the first ever Workforce Renewal & Skills Strategy for the sector, creating


72 drain TRADER | June 2020 | www.draintraderltd.com support all the water demands that this facility would need.


As the site neared handover it was realised that secondary hot water circulators would be needed to support the DHWS. So, 3 x Grundfos UPS 32-80N found themselves been hurriedly driven north, in a relay supported by Grundfos and BSS personnel, in just a couple of hours of the demand being acknowledged.


The final result is another example of a great team effort from Grundfos sales, production and service teams and we are all very proud to be playing a small role in the must win battle against COVID-19.


rundfos Pumps responded to an urgent request from contractors Balfour Beatty; who in conjunction with consultants Hulley &


The Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership of 30 industry Chief Executives, securing workforce resilience as a requirement within regulatory price reviews, building a stronger understanding for the value of Human Capital and being voted by the industry as Utility Week Utility Partner of the Year for “being a true partner to the whole utility sector”.


“The organisation is in an excellent position, with a talented team, financial sustainability and the support of its Board and sector to continue growing and supporting the gas, power, water and waste management industries on their future path.”


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