Mechanical and Electrical Services


Phil Cox, the Mechanical Services Engineer, assisted by Wayne Armitage, the Mechanical Services Technician, is responsible for the development and maintenance of the mechanical plant and associated systems to the University buildings.

Paul Heath, the Electrical Services Engineer, assisted by Phil Cox, the Electrical Services Technician, is responsible for all the University's electrical installations.

If you require further information or advice on any Mechanical or Electrical Services related matter please contact the engineer directly. 

The services we offer


Maintenance and development of the mechanical and electrical plant and systems

Our aims


We Aim to: -

  • Ensure that all mechanical and electrical services plant and systems create a suitable learning environment for staff and students.
  • Maintain efficient operation whilst meeting the requirements of the Health and Safety and legislative requirements with a high standard of customer delivery.
  • Endorse the principle that energy is an expendable resource.
  • Consider the impact our actions have on the environment.
  • Implement Terotechnology (value for money engineering).
  • Support the Energy Policy.

Our objectives

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Our Objectives are: -

  • Maintain and improve all plant and systems at the highest possible level.
  • Advise client departments on future developments that best meets their requirements.
  • Ensure that all works carried out comply with good engineering practices and meet the requirements of the Energy Policy, CDM (Construction, Design & Management) and Health & Safety regulations.

Customer input

The following is what we expect from you: -