What we do - Pyramid Services (Southern)

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What we do

Working in the south of the country, we provide complete mechanical and electrical services, incorporating renewables as required, from design through to installation and commissioning of offices, schools, universities, hospitals, care homes, leisure centres, student accommodation, retail outlets and public buildings both new build and refurbishment.

Our focus is on providing a quality solution whilst ensuring the project is completed on time and within the budget. Our Projects team work on all types and sizes of industrial, commercial and residential properties whether it is a plantroom upgrade, replacement office lighting to low energy LED or the complete design of a new school.

As professional and reliable mechanical and electrical contractors we pride ourselves on building strong relationships with our clients working together as a team to ensure we deliver projects successfully.

We offer the following range of services

- Mechanical Engineering
- Design Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Renewables
- Ventilation
- Air Conditioning


Our Approach


Over 30 years of expertise within the industry. Delivering million and multimillion projects within all sectors. We pride ourselves with an approachable and can do attitude.

  • Dedicated
  • Best
  • 24/7

Our History

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