Delivering projects on budget and on schedule – whether you have one site or 100’s
Our highly skilled Delivery Team is comprised of people from Logistics, Technical Services and Customer Service who is there to oversee every aspect of the project, ensures each project is given full attention and support from start to finish and beyond.
What to expect from the Delivery Team
- Collective accountability, from people in the office through to the people on site
- Close attention to customer satisfaction
- Consistent channels of communication and regular reporting
- A pre-installation site visit
- A project plan
- A collection of internal processes and policies that ensure that our team check all the boxes
- Scheduled customer service calls as well as an optional text messaging service to provide updates and support
- Progress reports tailored towards your needs
- Project aftercare ensures that there is ongoing support post installation
Project Management Timeline - 6 Steps to a Successful Project
Step 1 – Survey
Our tailored surveys audit a building’s current energy and water efficiency and identifies actionable suggestions where savings can be made through installation of replacement and/or additional products.
Step 2 – Proposal
A proposal will provide an analysis of the audit and recommends replacement products and services that will deliver on efficiency savings and return on investment.
Step 3 – PISMA
A pre-installation meeting helps to plan and agree on aspects of the installation. The ‘Pre-Installation Site Meeting Agreement’ (PISMA) document is a guide to ensure all important details are considered. We offer this free of charge so there are no surprises, and everyone is on the same page.
Step 4 – Project Plan
The pre-installation meeting will then result in a completed PISMA document. This is sent to the client for approval along with RAMS (Risk Assessment and Method Statement).
Step 5 – Installation
The team leader will kick off the install on day one, during which time they will conduct a health and safety induction. Regular progress reports are sent to the client as per their preference.
Step 6 – Sign Off
The sign off is conducted between the client and our team leader. All areas are inspected and signed off. Any snagging tasks are noted, and an action plan is put in place. Post sign-off, our Account Manager will check the client is satisfied with the delivery of the project, as well as discuss project aftercare.
Whittington Primary School
Staffordshire school reduces lighting energy costs by two-thirds - Annual energy bills reduced by 68% with Salix financing at 0% interest means the project will be self-financing with payback in under eight years
Christ the King, Reading
Primary school LED lighting to save £1000s on energy bills - Lighting costs reduced by 63% and carbon footprint more than halved
Eton College LED lighting upgrade reduces energy use by over 61% - Carbon footprint shrinks by nearly 62% with payback through lower bills in under five years at historic independent school
Yorkshire primary school cuts lighting bill by 65% - Carbon footprint reduced by two-thirds with interest-free Salix funding
Nicholas Hawksmoor, Towcester
Towcester primary school saves £9,000 a year with LED lighting - Payback in four years with electricity costs and carbon footprint cut by 70%
Hugh Faringdon School, Reading
Salix funded retrofit LED lighting project with seven year payback - Blessed Hugh Faringdon Catholic School reduce lighting bills by more than 57%
Taverham Junior School
Self-financing LED lighting upgrade to save junior school nearly £4,000 a year - 100% interest-free funding paid for by energy savings with carbon footprint reduced by 63% and learning environment improved
English Martyrs School
LED lighting upgrade saves Reading school nearly £4,000 a year - Interest-free funding secured and carbon footprint reduced by over 60%
St Bede’s School, Basingstoke
LED lighting retrofit reduces lighting bills by nearly 70% - Full Salix financing at 0% interest means the project should be self-financing with payback in under seven years
Glenmead Primary School
Birmingham primary school saves over £4,000 a year with LED lighting - Interest-free Salix funding helps cut carbon footprint by nearly 70%
“They were able to come in after the school activities had finished in the afternoon. The Team were very amenable to working around any occupational restrictions we had with clubs and so on.They were a cheerful bunch and left the school tidy everyday with the furniture returned to its usual positions.There were a few changes to the fittings etc. that were noted during the fitting from the original survey and these were put in place without any problems."
"Overall, the standard of work from SaveMoneyCutCarbon was impressive. After SaveMoneyCutCarbon secured the interest-free loan, they moved very quickly to install the LED lighting, ensuring that the work was completed during the summer holidays, which was excellent. The early impressions of the new lighting are very positive, particularly in the library area and staff room. I’m sure we will see more benefits as the winter draws in.”
"There was a strong business case for choosing LED lighting and we’re looking forward to reduced costs over many years.The lighting is much improved, a lot brighter and clearly better quality, which I’m sure we’ll notice even more as winter draws in.”
"Lighting controls in particular are a great asset as it is difficult to rapidly change people’s attitudes to switching off lighting."