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Bloom & Wake

Your complete electrical services partner

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Bloom & Wake have been delivering excellence in electrical services and installations to local authorities, building contractors, commercial businesses and private clients since 1969. Today we are able to offer our clients a comprehensive package of electrical and mechanical services.

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SERVICES

We offer a vast range of residential electrical services including re-wiring, security alarms and new electrical sockets. We also offer an emergency call out service for our domestic customers.

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SECTORS

We support a large number of clients across a wide range of market sectors. Our experienced and highly trained team of engineers can undertake work in all areas of electrical installations.

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PREVIOUS PROJECTS

We have been involved in a wide range of projects from the full design and installation of electrical and mechanical services within new buildings to specialist work on listed properties.

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About Bloom & Wake

MORE THAN 40 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

With many years’ experience in the electrical industry, we have established ourselves as a leading electrical and mechanical contracting specialist.

Bloom & Wake is a family run business, with a forty-strong team of engineers who are experienced, highly qualified and fully certified by the NICEIC, GasSafe and Oftec to carry out all aspects of electrical and mechanical installations and testing. We are also certified to UKAS ISO 9001 and 14001.

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Current Vacancies

Electrical Estimator

We are recruiting for an experienced Electrical Estimator to work within an established estimating team in preparing electrical estimates of values typically up to £2 million.

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Previous Work

COLLEGE OF WEST ANGLIA, KING’S LYNN

Bloom & Wake have worked on a large number of prestigious projects including the King’s Lynn Campus for the College of West Anglia.

The work here included a new emergency lighting system that is networked to allow the college to identify failing lights through a computerised system. Within the lecture theatres all lighting control was scene setting, allowing the users to dim or adjust the lighting to different requirements.