USL Group is a multiple services provider to the telecoms, utilities, construction and energy sectors.
We are recognised as industry leaders specialising in telecommunications on the BT Openreach network. With a diverse workforce of 280 people employed, we deliver key safety and service provision contracts in England, Scotland and Wales with 9 operating depots nationwide.
We have lead the way in terms of superfast fibre optic broadband planning and provision across the UK. We offer all of our clients a complete utility solution service, from initial site survey and planning to full project management and implementation.
We have invested significantly into a multi skilled joint venture training facility which holds a full Openreach Accreditation, with qualified telecommunication trainers to cover work streams across the UK to meet our clients’ needs.
We continue to invest heavily …
USL have experience working on the replacement of LV power poles having previously worked on contracts alongside Enterprise Power Services, Morgan Est. and Scottish & Southern Electric, in areas including the south west, midlands, north east and Yorkshire, working in partnership with experienced electrical linesmen to deliver a pole replacement programme.
We are able to offer a truly bespoke approach to specialised plant solutions with almost 20 years experience in the utilities sectors.
Flexible in our approach, we are a company who consistently deliver projects safely, on time and within budget we are able to offer a truly nationwide service to suit our clients challenging and responsive workloads.
USL are able to offer a 24 hour call-out service to work in conjunction with the emergency services, in cases of damage to overhead utilities plant following instances such as road traffic collisions and storm …
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