Contract Labour Services Offers Cable Jointing Services
At Contract Labour Solutions we take pride in the breadth of experience we bring to our work with commercial and industrial clients. This is due to the fact that all our contractors have worked in a variety of environments, including large scale installations in Birmingham, such as Project Apple, the HSBC Headquarters, or Resorts World.
The range of specialist skills we offer means that we’re able to provide our Birmingham clients with comprehensive electrical services, from the initial process of scoping a project, through design and installation, to maintenance.
Looking for Electrical Contractors in Solihull?
Solihull may feel like a semi-rural suburb of Birmingham, but if that were truly the case, it’s punching well above its weight. It would be more accurate to describe the town as an economic success story that’s retained its historic core. At the heart of Solihull is its varied, busy High Street, but behind the scenes there are some industrial and corporate giants driving local business growth.
Jaguar and Land Rover is located in Solihull, as is the entertainment complex, Resorts World, and the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world, at the National Motorcycle Museum. Oh, and we haven’t even mentioned Birmingham Airport, used by thousands of travellers each year. No wonder this is one of the most affluent areas of Birmingham, or that it’s such a popular place to live.
Looking for Local Electricians in Dudley?
Dudley sits at the heart of the Black Country in the West Midlands. The town’s credited with giving birth to the industrial revolution, which altered the region immeasurably, and changed its fortunes. From the Victorian period right through to the 1960s, industry drove the economics of the area. Over the past 50 years, though, it’s been forced to change its focus, and character.
21st century Dudley is home to the Black Country Museum, which celebrates a way of life that has now mostly disappeared, and Dudley Zoo, incorporating a castle and caverns, which has been a major attraction for families since it opened in 1937. It’s recently undergone a huge regeneration project and now places its focus on conservation of endangered species.
Looking for Local Electricians in Stourbridge?
Stourbridge sits just 13 miles west of Birmingham, right on the edge of ‘the Black Country’. This term is still used extensively by Brummies, but can be bewildering to people living outside the region. It was first used in the 1840s to describe the industrial heartland of the industrial region. The ‘Black country’ is popularly thought to refer to the layer of soot deposited on homes and factories by the intensive industry in the area.
Contemporary Stourbridge couldn’t be further from the images of 19th century ‘dark Satanic mills’! It sits just north of the beautiful Clent hills and is known for the unique ‘rock houses’ at Kinver Edge. It still celebrates its heritage as a glass making centre, but today its businesses reflect the preoccupations of the 21st century. It’s a great base for establishing a business, due to its proximity to the motorway network – and it’s just a 40 minute drive to Birmingham city centre.