Thames Water’s new alliance eight2O has teamed up with ICA Framework partners Capula (part of Imtech) to remove the risk of replacing more than 400 key control units on nearly 200 of Thames Water’s sites through improved understanding the infrastructure and asset condition, which will enable Thames to make a better-informed choice of replacement solutions.
Capula (part of Imtech UK) has been awarded a contract by Sellafield Ltd to carry out a control system upgrade project at their Cumbria site.
Capula (part of Imtech UK) has been awarded a contract to upgrade and extend the substation control systems for National Grid sites at Willesden and Sellindge, which are being extended to increase capacity in order to manage network demand.
Fundraisers at Capula took a break from their usual office attire today by dressing down in a bid to raise cash for Children in Need.
Capula Project Manager Tim Beech will be delivering a guest lecture at Staffordshire University next month.
SSE has contracted Capula to upgrade control hardware at their Fiddler’s Ferry power station.
For the sixth year running, Capula is celebrating after achieving a 100% score against a series of key performance indicators (KPI) on our Post Delivery Support Agreement (PDSA) with National Grid.
Capula has been awarded a contract by main contractor Interserve to provide the controls for a new build Energy from Waste plant in Glasgow.
Capula is celebrating after jointly winning an award at the recent Excellence in Health and Safety awards evening at Thames Water.
There are celebrations at Capula this summer as we mark the 40th anniversary of our first contract in the UK nuclear industry.