Sitec Infrastructure Services Ltd
Sitec Infrastructure Services Ltd is a multi disciplined national firm operating in the telecommunications and energy sectors. We work with some of largest network operators and their deployment partners providing a diverse range of surveying, design and management services covering all areas of their transmission networks from microcell management to upgrades and 4G rollout. Our renewable energy work includes the planning, design and supply of 5-500kW individual wind turbine installations and the provision of highly energy efficient LED lighting solutions.
Fully committed to the development of innovative techniques, we ensure the delivery of quality and sustainable infrastructure networks delivering lifecycle solutions by contributing to effective design through to project implementation and operation.
Sitec's key strength is its people. We have built our business around teams of highly experienced and qualified professionals who are passionate about what we do and dedicated to providing our clients with a level of service which is nothing less than first class.
The Sitec family tree goes back to when…………
Comms Solutions UK Ltd was founded by three Directors in April 2000. They provided services within Telecoms including acquisition and design. Some of the clients included Dolphin Telecommunications, Hutchinson 3G, O2, Orange, MKI and Airwave.
In March 2005 Comms Solutions UK Ltd became a wholly owned subsidiary of Metnor Group Plc trading as Metnor Infrastructure Services Ltd, adding complimentary services of Construction, Integration and Commissioning to the service offering. They also added further blue chip companies to the client base.
In February 2010 Sitec Infrastructure Services merged with Pico Consultants Ltd. This presented a unique opportunity to enhance overall efficiency and service offerings of both companies, and has enabled Sitec to continue their expansion in the wireless telecommunication markets.
This has proved to be a great step forward and Sitec has continued to expand their operations in a difficult economic climate.