PACE Networks Ltd. was founded on 22 November 2011
Join us in celebrating
A decade of growth, built on experience in the industry that began in 1960,
with an apprenticeship at the Eastern Electricity Board.
Benefits delivered include:
In 2021, PACE Networks is established as a key industry partner.
PACE work with all 7 of the UK’s major DNO’s and the 3 major TNO’s.
PACE have contributed to new 19 product acceptance approvals in Rail
and 20 Type Approvals for the Transmission Network
Over 20,000 Omnia Cantilevers now installed in the UK.
PACE have supported every major rail electrification project over 10 years with
product supply and when requested, assembly, inspection and material planning services.
Great Eastern / HS1 / North West / Cumbernauld / Rutherglen and Coatbridge / Edinburgh Glasgow / Great Western / Walsall Rugeley / Bromsgrove / Sheffield Tram Train / Stirling Dunblane Alloa / Gospel Oak Barking Midland Mainline / Cardiff Intersection Bridge, / Barking Riverside / Transpennine
What is most important as we reach 10 years and look forward to 2022?
Being close to our customers is the foundation of everything we do. We entered stocking and distribution for railway products in 2018 because our customers asked us to - they considered us people they could trust to do a great job where others were failing.
Recently, we have worked with customers to prove that corona camera technology solves real life problems and developed a PACE service offering which makes this solution economically compelling – opening it up to many scenarios for the first time. Alongside investment in our people, this is our focus for 2022.
Gavin Smith, Managing Director
What do we expect to look back on in 2031?
We expect the next decade to be a busy time in our industry, as authorities grapple with decarbonisation and the changing nature of power networks.
As well as more of the same (innovations that contribute to safer, more reliable, more efficient networks), PACE aims to introduce specialist services that complement our core technologies; to increase our efforts to collaborate with and support projects; and to further refine our systems and operations for material delivery.
We may also seek out more strategic partners whose offering brings value to operators in the UK and RoI, with system components, sub-systems and services.
Internally we will continue to invest in our team with more opportunities for training and there will be a greater focus on our environmental impact internally. Finally we hope to increase our support of charities and good causes.
Jon Cullum, Founder
Celebrating 10 years of PACE NETWORKS.