Electrical Engineering


Our qualified, professional electrical engineers have significant expertise and experience in all relevant areas of their discipline.

They use their knowledge to design sound and innovative installations for all electrical services systems in buildings and supporting infrastructure, telecommunications and media technology as well as for the development of innovative energy systems and sustainable solutions.

In addition to traditional Electrical Design Services such as lighting, power, fire alarm, containment and cable tray design; Deerns can provide a number of specialist Electrical Engineering design support services as outlined below.

 

Electrical Infrastructure and Network Design

An Electrical distribution network can be as simple as a single Low Voltage (LV) panel or very complex with hundreds of panels ranging from Extra Low Voltage (ELV) to Medium and High Voltage (MV/HV).  Deerns can assist you with any size project and any level of complexity.

We can:

  • Design you a new, efficient and resilience network for your new build project.

  • Analyse your existing network for efficiency or resilience weaknesses. Suggest improvements to suit objectives, budgets and time constraints and prepare a phased, detailed design to implement upgrades whilst minimising downtime.

A full design suite of services that Deerns can offer to your project include Full Network Modelling, Short Circuit Current Studies, Protection Settings Co-ordination Studies and Arc Flash Analysis & Labelling.  Refer to some project examples below where Deerns provided the in-house design of these complex Electrical Engineering elements that may otherwise have been procured from separate parties.

 

Backup Power Systems Design

Whilst Electrical Infrastructure that incorporates Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and/or Generator Systems are not uncommon, the complexities that these systems can introduce into a network often requires careful consideration and assessment in relation to the electrical infrastructure as a whole.

  • From single redundancy “N” to “xN” and “N+x” or “x(N+x)“

  • Modelling of equipment in short circuit and protection studies

  • Static, Dynamic and Rotary/Kinetic Systems