MCS Control Systems recently held a training forum for their Severn Trent Water Delivery Partner – NMCNomenca. The day covered all elements of pre-requisite design information needed and the importance of early contractor involvement. Comments from the day included “A forum made us ALL realize the challenges and benefits of working together as an integrated delivery team and has been a great platform to allow engineers and designers from both companies to meet face to face and develop more efficient ways of working together.”
This month saw successful annual MOTs (certification and calibration) for the Mobile Dosing Trailers (MDT) for Derby, Staverton and Stoke areas. This image shows one of the Mobile Dosing Trailers – which are designed, manufactured and produced right here in the Midlands.They support our clients with emergency dosing following pipe bursts and general localised pipe modifications to critical supplies.
To help us reinforce our approach to collaborative working with our key client, MCS Control Systems has embarked on the certification route working with NMC Nomenca for the STW framework. We are working with NMC Nomenca to help them achieve certification to the standard BS11000 – the certification demonstrates collaborative working throughout the supply chain.
As part of this process Stewart Foster, Framework Director, and Simon Button, Group Support Manager, will provide detailed support on the various working groups which will establish the various activities and procedural changes required to meet this standard. This will be delivered through a number of collaborative workshops.
This is an exciting development within our existing relationship and will provide significant benefits to all of the collaborative partners which are brought in from the whole supply chain.
Innovation stand at the recent WIMES conference featured the iPMS 11/2 Intelligent Pump Management System. Stuart Duncan – Global Business Development Manager Monitoring and Control, praised MCS Control Systems on how they had achieved such a short delivery to meet the deadline of the show.
Simon Speed MCS Control Systems Framework Manager for STW has organised the big draw in aid of supporting Severn Trent’s chosen charity ‘WaterAid’. This charitable draw is to find your world cup team. There will be a winner!!! Proceeds from the draw going to Water Aid will help developing countries ensure they receive sustainable local clean water and sanitation projects.
Visit WaterAid UK and see for yourself the wonderful work they undertake.
Congratulations to Damian for achieving 2nd and 3rd place in SWIG’s Sensing in Water 2013 photography competition. Damian said of his photo of Llyn Gwynant, awarded 2nd place: “It was taken in Snowdonia on last day of my holiday in November. I was lucky as such sunny and calm days are very rare at that time of the year.”
He said of his photo of the fountain in Valencia, awarded 3rd place: “This was taken on the City beach in Valencia, Spain. I was walking along the beach when I came across this beautiful fountain.”
Kevin and Steve with the winner’s trophy for the Rotary Club of Coventry North annual charity golf day. Over £3000 was raised for local charities.
The Rotary Club of Coventry North hold an annual charity golf day at the Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club. This classic event raises money for local charities and is thoroughly enjoyed by all who attend. Kevin said “It was a thoroughly enjoyable day, all in aid of charity and winning the trophy made a great day even better. Many thanks to our hosts the Rotary Club and Kilrot for organising a superb day.”
MCS are pleased to announce annual membership of Made In The Midlands, membership will provide MCS with the opportunity to network and share best practice with fellow members and ultimately win more business.