Project Life Cycle

From the moment you contact us, you’ll be in safe hands. Based initially on where your project is based, we’ll assign you a lead company to work with for the duration of your project.

Step 1 – The Requirements

We spend time with our clients gaining an understanding of what you want to achieve, your lifestyle AND your aspirations as well as contributing our own suggestions and ideas based on market trends and simply some of the things we’ve done before.

Step 2 – Our Proposals

From the requirements stage we provide an initial proposal based on the best selection of products to meet your budget and needs. This proposal will include estimated costs, along with product details and specifications.

Step 3 – Design

Once all parties have finalized the proposals, we start the design phase. This starts with the production of the most important document – our functional specification. This document gives a room by room break down of the project, from equipment installed, to how it is controlled and most importantly what it can do! Once this document is finalised, we can start with the technical designs, which include wiring / electrical layouts, network topologies, rack diagrams and system schematics.

Step 4 – Project Management

From the design stage onwards, our clients are appointed a Project Manager for the duration of their project. This single point of contact within your appointed company is responsible for keeping the client informed, resolving issues that arise as well as acting as an advisor to tradesman from builders to electrical contractors.

Step 5 – Installation & Setup

All of the equipment is delivered to our offices where it is set up to be tested, upgraded if necessary and set up ready to be taken to site. The equipment is installed, commissioned and calibrated by our engineers using specialist apparatus to ensure the professional performance our clients expect.

Step 6 – Handover & Support

Key to all of our projects is that our clients feel confident with a system that they understand and can use easily. This is made possible at an early stage by choosing the correct suite of products but is then achieved through a competent handover and appropriate levels of support.