From parading penguins on the Falkland Islands to the lonely beauty of the Ascension Island, Trant Engineering’s 2017 calendar depicts scenes with strong work associations across the globe. Employing 1,000 people in the UK and overseas, the multi-disciplinary contractor is at the operational heart of a range of important infrastructure projects spanning thousands of miles […]
By Nikki Pullen on Monday, November 14th, 2016 in news.
WHEEL DEAL: Staff from Trant Engineering have raised £3,000 for two charities in the Southampton area following a special cycle ‘forfeit’ ride. In time-honoured tradition, the last-placed team at Trant Engineering’s Christmas quiz had to name a fundraising forfeit. Now two charities are better off by £3,000 thanks to the kindness of the lucky losers. […]
CLUBBING TOGETHER: Charity golfers get ready for an 18-hole match at Stoneham Golf Club, Southampton. The event, which raised £5,000, was organised by Trant Engineering in aid of the Flutterby Fund in Hampshire. A children’s charity in Hampshire is to benefit from a golf day which raised £5,000. Twenty golfers from the engineering and construction […]
By Nikki Pullen on Monday, September 19th, 2016 in news.
WAT-ER FUNDRAISER: The crew at Trant Engineering, revelling in the Olympics-inspired Rio Carnival theme, raised £2,845 for international charity WaterAid in the madcap 20th annual Thames Water raft race. Pictured from left are Tom Ross, Will Rogers, Sinead Delahunty, Terry Ellstone and Natasha Spencer. Lives are set to be changed for the better in two […]
By Nikki Pullen on Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 in news.
Trant Engineering has been recognised nationally for its work in helping to keep employees safe. The multi-disciplinary contractor was a proud recipient in the annual occupational health and safety awards held by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). Trant Engineering achieved Highly Commended in the Construction Commercial Industry Sector. Carl Wheeler, Health […]
Trant Engineering’s soccer team have done the season double by winning a league title and knock-out cup. They beat Hedge End Hawks 9:3 to take top spot in Winchester & District Football League’s Division Two. Played at Winchester’s Garrison Ground in Winchester, Trant Engineering’s victory lifted them beyond reach of any title chasers after 14 […]
By web.admin on Monday, May 16th, 2016 in news.
A £55.7m contract to upgrade the power station, boiler house and district heating system at the Mount Pleasant complex on the Falkland Islands was signed on Tuesday, April 26th. The multi-million pound contract was agreed between Southampton-based Trant Engineering and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation. The announcement comes after Defence Secretary Michael Fallon visited the Falkland […]
By Nikki Pullen on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 in news.
Ten staff at one of Southampton’s leading private companies are among 123 who have loyally worked for the same firm for more than 25 years. Patrick Trant, the chairman of multi-disciplinary contractor Trant Engineering, paid individual tribute to each of the award recipients in front of 100 colleagues and guests. Talking of all the long-serving […]
Trant Engineering has been awarded further health and safety commendations for its water engineering work in the Channel Islands. The multi-disciplinary contractor, with 900 staff, received four industry accolades at the annual health & safety awards held by Guernsey Occupational Safety & Health Association (GOSHA). Headquartered in Southampton, the privately-owned independent collected best of the […]
A UK specialist in the design and production of high-quality control systems has relocated to larger manufacturing facilities in order to accommodate expansion.
The new premises for Trant Systems Electrical (TSE) is three times’ larger than the previous site, scaling up to meet strong commercial demand from industry, including power, water, oil and gas.
TSE, headquartered on the western edge of Southampton, Hampshire, designs, manufactures, installs and commissions intelligent motor control centres (MCCs) and control panels.