Somerset Cricket Foundation are delighted to announce a new 3 year partnership to support clubs with Unitary Engineering Services (UES).

UES who are the complete Building Services provider with specialist services consisting of three divisions, mechanical, electrical, and renewables have a track record of supporting sports clubs with facility projects. We believe this partnership will be of huge benefit to our club network at a time where the ECB have launched their sustainability plan for the game, Clubs are trying to make their facilities more welcoming and inclusive and seeking  for them to become more sustainable by installing solar PV,  improved boiler and heating and pressurised water via water harvesting systems which are all fundable via the ECB County Grant Scheme.

Below are case studies from within the cricketing community which showcases their work and the benefits to these clubs:

  • North Curry CC – Rainwater Harvesting for square irrigation – Read Case Study
  • Down Hatherley CC – Leading the Charge against Climate Change – Read Case Study
  • Sherston Magna CC–  Off grid power solution – Read Case Study
  • Chippenham CC – Improving Water Irrigation – Read Case Study

A full range of UES’s service can be found here

Unitary Engineering Services Managing Director, Adam Griffiths said on the partnership

“I am thrilled to announce our new partnership agreement with Somerset Cricket Foundation. This collaboration represents a coming together of two organisations dedicated to excellence, precision, and teamwork. Together, we aim to build a stronger future for the world of cricket, leveraging our building services expertise to support the foundation’s mission. With our shared values and commitment, we look forward to a successful and impactful partnership that will benefit the cricket community and beyond.”

 

SCF Club and League Manager, Matt Counsell, commented

“We are delighted to be partnering with Unitary Engineering Services as they have a proven track record of supporting community clubs with a wide range of facility projects. Since the ECB County Grant Scheme launched we have seen an increase in clubs seeking to explore different renewable projects and having UES on board will help clubs get expert advice and support in this area, as well as their wider building services portfolio. We look forward to working with UES and the team at UES supporting our club network”