With effect from Monday 23rd March, Copper Connexions Ltd have taken the difficult decision to place all staff on Furlough until further notice in line with government guidance to retain staff. This, along with the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening, is the safest option for our staff and our clients at this time.As soon as the situation improves and we are able to safely return to work, we will notify our clients accordingly.
We will continue to monitor the Government advice and guidance on this as the situation progresses.
In the meantime, take care of yourselves and your families.
From all at Copper Connexions Ltd
As electrical contractors we have been supporting the power generation industry since 2008 and continue to provide an improving service to this industry.
Providing electrical services since 2008 we have grown from one member of staff (the Director Anthony), to a staff of 13 now and continue to expand and grow. We are always looking for new opportunities to provide service and support.
Not only do we support the power generation industry but we also provide service and support to domestic, commercial and industrial customers.
We have a great reputation and work to high standards both with our customers and with site safety.
We are based in Wokingham and are happy to provide services to customers around this area and have also been known to travel, but as a family orientated business we like to be able to return home to our families at the end of a long working day. So we try to keep our working area to 100 miles from Wokingham.
We are accredited by the following professional organisations
- NICEIC National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors
- Trust Mark Government Endorsed Standards
- Achilles Procurement assessment, utilities vendors database
Copper Connexions have also been asked recently to share our knowledge and insight and we feature alongside the Prime Minister and a small number of outstanding organisations in a document that looks back on the year in industry and Westminster. The main aim of the Review is to showcase best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector. Click here or on the image below to see the article.