We do the heavy lifting…

This 2,040 kg, beast is the thermal wheel section of an air handling unit, installed by us on the roof of one of our largest north west projects. First though, it had to get up there, which required some extra muscle in the form of high, heavy lift cranes to take the considerable strain. This… Read More »

Illuminating Work in New Bailey, Manchester

Delighted to shine a light on the work we’re doing on a number of high profile projects in the New Bailey area of Manchester.  Our bright sparks are bringing light to the sky at night in Manchester as we work on some of the City’s most prestigious developments for a number of key clients.  … Read More »

New Additions to our Design Team

We’re delighted to welcome two new faces to our design department, following the appointments of senior mechanical design engineer, Alex White and senior electrical design engineer, Roger Leyland: who both joined in September. Roger, 40, joins us from Imtech in Kirkham; where he held a similar position. He gained his degree in building services engineering… Read More »

10,000-UP IN MANCHESTER

This month we celebrate completion of the 10,000th installation of mechanical and electrical services in Manchester city centre residential properties, in a little under five years. Over 3,500 miles of electrical cable has been installed in the Manchester contracts; enough to stretch from a completed Manchester apartment to Donald Trump’s White House in Washington DC!… Read More »

LIFELINE FOR REDUNDANT APPRENTICES

LIFELINE FOR REDUNDANT APPRENTICES We stepped in to save the day, and the apprenticeships, of five young workers from the region, after they were made redundant by former employers, as part of the fallout from Covid-19. Hearing of the plight of the five, third and fourth-year electrical trainees, who had been employed by three companies… Read More »

Checking-In at Airport City, Manchester

CHECKING IN FOR £10 MILLION AIRPORT CITY CONTRACT We’ve checked-in on the building services contract for Airport City Manchester’s hotel district, adjacent to Manchester Airport’s brand new Terminal 2. The £10 million contract, awarded by Beijing Construction Engineering Group International UK (BCEGI UK), will see us engaged in the design and installation of all mechanical… Read More »

Hi-tech Building Services Team’s Cool Moves

Any development which will boast sheep grazing on the roof, while people below trying their hand at the Olympic sport of curling, on an ice rink, surely must be classed as cool. And so it is for building services engineering company Ameon, as it works on a £2m contract to install electrical and mechanical services… Read More »

Blackpool Building Services Specialist targets Manchester

A Blackpool building services engineering company has been called in to add its magic to a high profile housing project in Manchester. The latest £3.75m contract gain for Whitehills-based firm Ameon brings the total value of the company’s contracts for developer, Manchester Life Development Company to £21.6m. The new award is the sixth mechanical and… Read More »

Olympic sport is coming to Lancashire

It’s a popular sport in Scotland, but in England opportunities for curling are somewhat limited with just one dedicated link in the whole country. But that is about to change, as Lancashire prepares to welcome the country’s second dedicated curling facility. The rink is part of Barton Grange’s Flower Bowl development, which is now well… Read More »

CP Electronics gets Belle Vue Aces back on track

Ameon Building Service Engineering, the primary contractor involved in the build of the leisure complex, also installed a range of CP’s standalone passive infrared (PIR) presence detectors, which are reducing the amount of time lighting is left on unnecessarily, for example if an area is unoccupied, or if there is already sufficient natural light. These PIRs constantly… Read More »

Ameon boosts turnover with major contract wins

Building-services-engineering specialist Ameon has secured a raft of contracts worth over £15 million, as its turnover approaches £50 million. The turnover boost for 2017/18 includes high-profile new developments in Manchester and Salford. One is the £2.4 million contract to install all M&E services for a block of 135 apartments and the £2.5 million fit-out of… Read More »

Opening of Baby Beat’s Little Ted’s Room

Samuel Davis officially opened the Baby Beat’s Little Ted’s Room, with his parents Spencer and contractors from AMEON Ltd, D&G Builders, FWP and Red Accoustics in 2015. A major fund-raising drive to soundproof all rooms in the delivery suite at Royal Preston Hospital has broken past the half way barrier. Back in 2015, Spencer Davis… Read More »

Brian House Children’s Hospice staff raise a glass to kind donors

Staff at Brian House Children’s Hospice had 50,000 reasons to smile when Lancashire company Ameon visited the Bispham hospice. Bosses made a huge donation to make this festive season one to remember for staff and patients. The building services engineering company, headquartered in Blackpool, raised £50,000 from the proceeds of a charity ball and associated… Read More »

Kids have a hoot during owls’ visit to Brian House

Youngsters at Brian House Children’s Hospice had a real ‘hoot’ when two owls paid a flying visit. The youngsters were able to get to grips with Ice, a rare six-month-old pure white brown old, and Angel, a golden barn owl, they loved it – and they were not the only ones! Sister Carol Wylde said:… Read More »

Hospice boosted by Ameon’s 20th year

When around 300 guests tucked into a themed menu at a glitzy ball in Blackpool, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of the region’s most successful businesses, staff at nearby Brian House Children’s Hospice will be raising a glass or two to a £35,000 boost to fund-raising, courtesy of the event. Building services engineering… Read More »