New London office for BG Energy Solutions

BG Energy Solutions (BGES), an independent BMS and energy management company, has strengthened its national presence in the UK with the opening of a new office in London.

The business has been headquartered in Sheffield since it was established in 1995, where today it employs over 50 experienced engineers. With strong roots in the building controls arena, the BGES team offers impartial and expert guidance on using technology to make buildings smarter and more efficient.

The company’s new London office has been opened in response to a growing number of clients and opportunities in London and the South of England. Heading-up the BGES London team is Lewis Locke, who has joined as Regional Manager. Locke is a highly experienced figure in the controls and built environment sector, having worked at George Birchall, Chartwell Controls and Eton Associates. He brings with him a wealth of local contacts and experience – and has already made a significant contribution to the business. Locke is also one of the shortlisted finalists of the BCIA Awards’ Young Engineer of the Year accolade.

Gareth Barber, Managing Director of BGES, comments, “We are really excited to be able to expand our national reach with new offices in London. Being ‘on the ground’ at client sites is a crucial part of managing projects seamlessly and getting to the heart of our customers’ energy management challenges. Our new base in London gives us a firm foundation for future growth and it further strengthens our position as one of the UK’s leading energy management companies.”

Alongside its London opening, BGES anticipates strong growth throughout 2019 and says it will continue to make investment in its Northern base, near Sheffield.

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