Home » Aptus Utilities renews ILP Corporate Membership as Street Lighting arm gains momentum
Aptus Utilities has renewed its annual Corporate Membership of the ILP (Institute of Lighting Professionals) for 2017/18 enabling us to stay up to date with the latest developments in lighting, including ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs, which assists our ability to provide a bespoke service tailored to our clients’ wide-ranging needs.
Aptus Utilities Street Lighting Manager Adrian Cunningham said: “As our street lighting arm gains increasing momentum, and with Aptus Utilities responsible for delivering a number of significant contracts across the North over several years, it’s important for us to keep informed about the latest innovations and efficiencies in the sector.
“Corporate Membership of the ILP ensures we have access to the newest technology and resources, allowing us to offer clients an expert service and competitive cutting edge solutions.”
Published on 10th April 2017
Adrian Cunningham leads the Technical Management division at Aptus, specialising in Electrical Engineering within the Street Lighting & Utilities sector. He has demonstrated expertise in Electrical Estimating, Electrical Design, Contract Management, and Project Planning.
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