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FBE are a Company with a difference.  We view every job, no matter how big or small, with the same importance.

We recognise that, in order to be successful we must achieve our three primary objectives:

  1. That each and every operative returns home in the condition they arrived at work, ie safely.

  2. The completion of projects on time and within budget.

  3. To carry out our installations to the highest standards so as to be able to hold up any piece of work and proudly announce “FBE were responsible for this”.

Our work ranges from domestic rewires to new build PFI hospitals and ranges in budget from less than £10k to more than £1 million.

We employ a dedicated staff, many of whom have worked in the industry since they left school.

Our workforce comprises of JIB Technicians, Electricians and Apprentices who all hold CSCS cards and have been trained in the safe use of the equipment that they work with.

At present we are working on a number of high profile projects throughout the UK, including CRUK (new laboratories in Cambridge); Isle of Capri Casino in Coventry; four schools in Swindon; a high security hospital in Rampton and we are about to embark on a project at a data centre in Basingstoke.

We are a committed company, capable of the delivery of all your electrical requirements to the highest possible standard.

Our anticipated turnover for year ending 2007 will be circa £3 million, with projected operating profit of £550,000 and a retained profit within the business of £200,000.

Our current workforce comprises of 48 Electricians, 20 semi-skilled, 2 apprentices, who are looked after by 7 Project Managers.

It is our intention to increase the number of apprentices we have in order to bring new, enthusiastic talent into our business. 

In order to help us sustain and grow our core business activities we must stay at the forefront of our industry and ensure that our clients keep returning with repeat orders.

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