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NDA Estate Supply Chain Event 2014



It's that time of the year again already when the key players, businesses and organisations involved in the UK's civil nuclear industry descend upon Event City in Manchester for the annual Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Event. Organised in association with the NDA Estate's Site Licensed Companies (SLC), this years event, held on Thursday 6th November, is focused around "Connections & Collaboration" within the supply chain. As the largest free event of its kind in the UK, there is expected to be a huge turnout of over 1,500 delegates and 250 registered exhibitors.


This year there will also be representation from the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) team to raise awareness of opportunities that exist for engineering expertise in the field of nuclear decommissioning and waste management around the globe. Plus, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) will have their own exhibition stand for interested parties to find out more about supporting the nuclear submarine fleet. Keynote speakers on the day include Baroness Verma, Minister of Energy and Climate Change, Rear Admiral Mike Wareham, MOD Operations Centre Director of Submarines and John Clarke, Chief Executive of the NDA. There will also be an award ceremony to recognise excellence and achievement from within the supply chain.


Tenet will have a team present at the event to speak to new and existing clients about any potential opportunities. Plus, we would be more than happy to enter into dialogue with any supply chain partners to discuss areas of collaboration. You can come along and find us on exhibition stand 233 and we look forward to seeing you there.

World's Biggest Coffee Morning

Tenet is incredibly pleased to announce that we have raised over £100 as a result of our recent MacMillan Coffee Morning. The World's Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support's biggest charity fundraising event. People all across the UK held a coffee morning on or around the 26th September, with donations on the day going to support the charity and the amazing work that the nurses do with cancer patients and their families. In 2013 154,000 people signed up for the coffee morning, raising a record £20 million for charity.
With a wide range of cakes and other tempting sweet deserts to supplement our regular caffeine intake, Tenet's team of engineers and designers were only too willing to put their hands in their pockets for such a good cause. Tenet's Company Secretary, Ang Thirsk, an avid cake maker and event organiser stated that "This figure is over double what we've raised in previous years. It's great to see the generosity of the team and knowing that the money will be going to a great charity and such a worthy cause."

Mechanical Design Division Takes Shape

UTC Warrington Statutory Consultation



The University Technical College (UTC) Warrington has reached a couple of major recent milestones as it progresses towards opening its  doors in September 2015. Tenet is continuing to support the creation of the UTC as part of our socioeconomic commitment to help encourage and develop the next generation of engineers coming into the industry.


The first major milestone to be reached is the appointment of the Principle Designate, Catherine Collier, who was offered the position after a gruelling selection process. Catherine joins UTC Warrington from St. Paul's Catholic High School in Manchester, where she is currently the Deputy Headteacher. St. Paul's is a specialist engineering college and, before taking on the role of Deputy Head, Catherine was the Director of Engineering Specialism. This makes her ideally qualified to lead the UTC Warrington and its curriculum geared towards the engineering and energy sectors.


Upon her appointment Catherine said "This is an exciting time for our young people, as employers and educators join forces to create a unique learning experience, allowing them to become skilled, qualified and experienced young aduls, with a deep-seated knowledge of Warrington, its industries and opportunities. Together we are preparing our young people to be successful employees of the future who will make a positive contribution to the future economic success of the town."


The second key milestone is the launch of the statutory consultation. UTC Warrington is obliged to engage with the public over an 8 week period, including local employers, education providers, potential students and their parents and careers. The aim of this process is to gather and analyse data on their views and opinions. This information will then be used to influence the marketing and recruitment strategy for the college and is required by the Department for Education (DfE). The consultaton period runs until the first week in August and the online questionnaire can be completed by anyone using the following link:


UTC Warrington Statutory Consultation

Thomson House Renovation



Exciting changes are underway at Thomson House as the building undergoes a dramatic facelift. Thomson House on Birchwood Park has been home to Tenet since the company was established back in 2005. The company has actually moved three times within the same building as the business has grown and required larger office accommodation but is now firmly settled on the second floor. Even though the interior of the building has been refurbished over the years, the exterior was beginning to look rather outdated when compared to some of the new premises being built around the park.


To bring Thomson House right back into the 21st century, a multi-million pound project has now commenced that will be carried out over a 6 month period. This represents the largest investment by Birchwood Park's owners, MEPC, across their entire portfolio of sites around the UK.


The most noticeable change will be the replacement of all the exterior building windows with new stylish alternatives. These not only promise to modernise the facade of the building but also provide environmentally friendly energy saving benefits. In addition to the new windows, the exterior of the building will be landscaped, with the addition of an outdoor all-weather patio area. Inside the building will also see huge improvements with a redesigned reception area, cafeteria and business hub.


MEPC's Commercial Director, Andrew Cowell, said “Exciting things are happening on the Park. MEPC’s commitment to the Birchwood area has been demonstrated time and again since arriving 15 years ago, and this particular investment shows that there’s no sign of slowing down.

“We remain committed to continuing to exceed our levels of service, both through the activities and benefits available to all occupiers and through the buildings themselves. We pride ourselves on offering spaces which impress customers and clients, and on being a landlord that goes the extra mile in helping businesses to provide their staff with an inspiration and vibrant atmosphere and a productive working environment.”

The result is certain to be modern, stylish and dynamic environment in which to do business, with building work due to be completed by June 2014.

Warrington UTC Receives Government Approval


The Government has recently announced the next round of University Technical Colleges (UTC) that have received official approval, with Warrington being named among them. As a local SME operating in the Warrington area, Tenet has been actively supporting the UTC proposal alongside the University of Chester, Warrington Borough Council and Sellafield Ltd. The aim of the UTC is to attract 14-19 year olds focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) subjects in preparation for a career in the nuclear and energy sectors. This is in response to the 2013 Warrington Skills Commission, which identified a significant shortfall in the number of students pursuing the skills and qualifications required to support these key engineering businesses within the local economy.
The proposed site for the college forms part of the Stadium Quarter redevelopment and will be a purpose built facility with state of the art technology resources. The students will also be provided with opportunities to work closely with employers in the area, gaining hands on experience of the types of engineering projects that they might encounter in their future careers. This collaboration between education providers and industry should provide the recruitment boost that the engineering companies require to continue their future growth.

Tenet's Operations Director, Aidan McManus, said: “There is a recognised demand within the Warrington SME engineering community for suitably qualified school and college leavers. Tenet believes that the Warrington UTC will play a vital role in raising the awareness of its students to the potential opportunities available within the local job market. Exposure to the varied professions within the engineering industry and the many associated benefits will generate enthusiasm among the student population for developing a successful career in engineering. This collaboration between education and industry will help develop the engineering and vocational skills of students at Warrington UTC, thereby increasing their employability. As a potential future employer of these Warrington UTC graduates, Tenet believes that having a STEM subject focused college in the local area will help to maintain the company's ambition for sustainable and organic growth.”

Paul Adams, Sellafield Ltd's Head of Risley Office and Engineering Improvements, said: "Sellafield Ltd is very excited about the news regarding the development of the Warrington UTC. We see the development of specialist education facilities such as UTCs as key routes for increasing the focus of local education systems towards engineering employers, helping to create career paths aimed at meeting the resource requirements of the nuclear and other engineering industries. We are proud to be members of the Warrington UTC Trust, and look forward to being active supporters alongside other organisations to ensure its success."

The Warrington UTC is scheduled to open its doors in September 2015.

SME Community Gathers in Manchester



The large community of Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) operating within the nuclear industry had the opportunity to market their products and services at a supply chain exhibition held at Event City, Manchester on Wednesday 13th November. This event was organised by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) for the third year running and has grown significantly year-on-year. As a free to attend event it proved to be incredibly popular with both delegates and exhibitors alike, attracting in excess of 1,300 visitors over the course of the day. The event itself was an ideal opportunity to network with other key players from the industry, allowing those responsible for delivering the NDA's decommissioning programme to meet the vital members of their supply chain.


The morning commenced with keynote speeches from John Clarke, Chief Executive of the NDA, and the guest of honour, Baroness Verma, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC). This was followed by the presentation of the NDA Supply Chain Awards, hosted by Ron Gorham, Head of Supply Chain Optimisation at the NDA. After the awards were handed out, the exhibition floor was then opened to the delegates.


Tenet's stand received a steady stream of visitors throughout the day, with much interest expressed in how our specialist engineering design services could assist in delivering various projects. It was great to meet so many existing Clients, as well as speak to delegates about potentially utilising some of Tenet's unique skill sets for the first time. As a way of facilitating communication between buyers and suppliers, plus identifying new business opportunities, the event was a great success and we look forward to attending next year.

NDA Estate Supply Chain Event 2013

Preparations are well under way for Tenet to attend the NDA Estate Supply Chain Event for 2013, scheduled to take place on Wednesday 13th November. Held at Event City in Manchester, it promises to be a great opportunity for the nuclear industry SME community to demonstrate their capability, as well as network with representatives from the various Site Licence Companies (SLC), plus Tier 1 and Tier 2 organisations. There will be key presentations throughout the day from members of the Government, NDA and SLCs, outlining their vision for engagement with the supply chain and opportunities for work around the UK's nuclear estate. The activities for the day will be rounded off with an annual awards presentation, recognising collaboration and innovation within the supply chain.
We will be on stand 182, opposite the central catering area. So please feel free to stop by to learn more about Tenet and the specialist engineering design services that we can provide to support your projects.

Latest Apprentice Joins Tenet



The engineering design apprenticeship scheme, ran by Tenet in partnership with Total People since 2010, shows no signs of abating, as the latest apprentice joins the company. Jordan Lucas had been conducting an initial three month work placement to enable him to get a feel for the specialist engineering design work that Tenet carries out for our Clients. This introduction to office life also ensured that both he and the organisation were a good fit, as our apprentices are required to commit to a three year combination of job based training and academic studies. 


Upon taking up his role as Tenet's latest apprentice, Jordan said "I have been with Tenet for about three months now and feel it’s the best decision I have made in a long time. The staff are friendly and easy to work with and I have settled in quickly with a lot of support from the other apprentices. Overall, I have found Tenet to be a great company to work for."


Jordan's placement follows on from two of Tenet's first intake of apprentices continuing to further their studies at Manchester Metrolpolitan University. Peter Kelly and Nathan Munro are now two weeks into their part time undergraduate course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He also joins Mark Ellis, who is currently in his second year of the engineering design apprenticeship scheme.

Apprentices Head To University



Since January 2010, Tenet has proudly ran its own internal engineering design apprenticeship scheme. This has been in support of the National Apprenticeship Service, with training assistance provided by Total People. Three years later and our first two apprentices, Peter Kelly and Nathan Munro, have successfully completed their college studies. Having worked hard to gain their qualifications, they are now looking for fresh challenges.


On the back of their excellent academic exam results, both trainees have received confirmation of their acceptance onto part time undergraduate degree courses at Manchester Metropolitan University. They will be joining Tenet CE&I designer, Richard Nicholson, who has just completed his first year studies at the university. During the four year course, Tenet will provide both financial and vocational support, through a combination of day release to attend lectures, practical work experience and payment of tuition fees.


Trainee Designer Nathan Munro commented, “I have recently completed a HNC in Electrical and Electronic Engineering as part of my apprenticeship with Tenet. By completing this course I have gained a variety of skills which are vital to becoming a successful Electrical Engineer. Furthermore, Tenet has now provided me an opportunity to further enhance and develop my engineering knowledge by working towards a BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Manchester Metropolitan University.”


The company's Operations Director, Aidan McManus, stated "The apprenticeship scheme is something that Tenet is incredibly proud to be a part of. Training our future engineers and designers is a key part of our recruitment and staff retention policy. Seeing the first intake of apprentices move on to start their degree course, proves that investing in our staff can reap benefits both for our organisation and for the professional development of the individual. We wish Peter and Nathan well with all the hard work that lies ahead."

Support For Warrington UTC Bid

Proposed Warrington UTC Site



Plans are under way for a new vocational secondary school in Warrington, focused on nuclear technology and engineering skills. The bid for the University Technical College (UTC) is being submitted by the University of Chester and supported by Warrington Borough Council, plus a number of industry partners, including Tenet. 


UTCs are a new concept in education for 14-19 year olds, offering high quality, scientific and technically-orientated courses.  If the proposal is successful, Tenet hopes to work with the UTC staff to shape the design and delivery of the curriculum to ensure that technical training is aligned with local skills requirements.  Tenet has also offered to provide opportunities for students to see the company in action and gain some workplace experience.


The UTC will be based in the regenerated Stadium Quarter in Warrington Town Centre with excellent transport links and equipped to the highest standard in a purpose-built environment.

As the age of entry for a UTC is from 14 years of age, this will help to ensure that young people will be guided to choose the most appropriate curriculum options that best align with a career in engineering. The College will offer students clear progression routes into higher education, apprenticeships or full time employment. By working closely with the Warrington engineering community, the UTC will offer opportunities to connect with local businesses, such as Tenet, on valuable work experience projects as an integral part of their studies.


The proposed Warrington UTC would open in September 2015 and would specialise in engineering and energy and be open to students from Warrington and across the sub-region.


Management Restructuring For Growth

(L-R) Keith Howbrigg, Jeff Huyton, Mike Thirsk, Aidan McManus



Tenet are pleased to announce the creation of a new Board of Directors to accomodate a substantial increase in its order book. Mike Thirsk, founder and Managing Director of the business based at Birchwood Park, Warrington, undertook the restructuring of senior management following the signing of several key Framework agreements with clients.


The newly created team consists of Commercial Director Keith Howbrigg, Engineering Director Jeff Huyton and Operations Director Aidan McManus. Recruited via internal promotions and external recruitment, the new Board will focus on implementing the growth strategy of Tenet.


Mike Thirsk said: “Tenet believes that this management restructuring will enable it to grow with the demand from its customers, placing the business in an excellent position moving forward. As a business operating in the rapidly expanding nuclear and renewable energy sectors, Tenet is bucking the trend of the country’s economic downturn. By identifying opportunities for providing specialist design expertise and experienced project personnel, Tenet is actively recruiting Control, Electrical and Instrument (CE&I) engineers and is proud to support its in-house apprenticeship scheme.”

Tenet Attends NDA Supplier Event

Tenet Supply Chain Event 2012



Tenet attended the NDA Estate Supplier Event held at the Reebok Stadium Bolton in November 2012. This annual event attracts many of the leading authorities and key decision makers within the nuclear industry, all under one roof to update the market place, network, collaborate and form new key and enhance existing business relationships. Tenet had an exhibition stand very close to the hub of the event and was visited by many new and existing customers. Over the period of the seven hours, many business opportunities were discussed and hopefully some of these will lead to orders in the coming months. Whilst representatives from the NDA and all of the Site Licence companies (SLCs) were present, there were also the top twenty Tier 2 suppliers from the NDA estate and also 93 other Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) who exhibited at this prestigious event, with over 700 delegates attending.


Throughout the day, eminent speakers from the NDA, SLCs and the supply chain held toolbox talks to engage the members of the audience which included senior Executives from the NDA, SLCs and the NDA Estate Supply Chain community. Tenet witnessed the launch of the “NDA Estate Supply Chain Awards”. The aim is that the NDA Estate Supply Chain Awards will be a prestigious recognition for those companies working in the nuclear decommissioning and clean-up market.

Tenet has been supporting cleanup operations at Sellafield in collaboration with the NDA, SLCs, Tier 2 suppliers and other SMEs, for many years now supplying its specialist CE&I Design Engineering consultancy services. Attending the event continues to raise the business profile of Tenet as a leading delivery partner in the healthy supply chain to the nuclear industry.


Tenet continues to grow its capability & experience to deliver engineering projects from conception to design hand over, with a right first time mentality and a clear focus on providing value engineering.

Tenet Consultants Targets Growth With Key Appointment

Nuclear Experts Secure Expansion Funding



A Birchwood (Warrington) based engineering consultancy that provides specialist Control, Electrical and Instrument (CE&I) design services to the nuclear industry, has secured a six-figure finance package from NatWest to support its growth plans.


Tenet Consultants plans to use the funding to recruit additional engineers and designers after winning several new contracts and increasing the size of its order book by more than £1m.

The business, which currently employs 28 staff was formed in 2005 by Managing Director Mike Thirsk, following a 27-year career in the nuclear industry. Tenet is an established tier one supplier of specialist engineering design and substantiation services, specifically in relation to the decommissioning and maintenance of existing nuclear facilities.


Tenet’s expertise ranges from undertaking CE&I engineering substantiation, preparation of the relevant regulatory documentation to preparing detailed CE&I engineering designs.  The company’s client base includes many multi-national companies involved in the nuclear supply chain, that operate sites, build new facilities and maintain existing plants.


Mike Thirsk, Tenet’s Managing Director, said: “The business has grown significantly in the last 12 months by providing a fast, quality driven response to our client’s needs.  For this to continue we have reached the point where we need to make a significant investment to increase headcount.  We are delighted to secure this funding as it will help to cover the initial increase in overheads.

NatWest commercial banking in Manchester provided the funding to Tenet Consultants.


John Howard, NatWest Relationship Manager, said; “Mike’s expertise in this sector has created a very strong business with an excellent customer base.  He has a clear strategy to grow Tenet and we are very pleased to have the opportunity to support his plans.”

Tenet Sign Up To The Supply Chain Charter



The Supply Chain Charter aims to foster good working relations across the NDA       Estate supply chain, with all parties signing up to a set of principles encouraging mutually beneficial and rewarding relationships.

DAHER Approved Suppliers List



Tenet are pleased to announce their position as an approved supplier to DAHER, a leading engineering company operating throughout Europe, providing manufacturing, services & transport solutions to the Aerospace, Defence & Nuclear industries. As DAHER move ahead in expanding their operations within the UK nuclear sector, Tenet look forward to working with them in fulfilling their engineering design requirements & offering our specialist skills & experience.

North West Offshore Wind Supply Chain Event



On Tuesday 8th February a networking event was held at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton to get members of the offshore wind energy supply chain together to discuss where the industry was heading & what opportunities were available through future developments. Hosted by Envirolink Northwest, presentations were held in the morning by representatives of The Crown Estatethe Department of Energy & Climate ChangeCentrica & DONG Energy. The focus during these talks was very much on future projects & taking the industry through Round 3 of leasing agreements to 2020. Even though the risk to developers is still high in taking on these immense projects further out to sea & in deeper water, the rewards appear great, especially when backed up by renewable energy commitments, financial investments & Government incentives.

The afternoon was taken up with workshops focusing on specific areas of offshore wind farm development. Information from those organisations at the vanguard of the offshore wind generation industry was particularly enlightening in identifying potential weaknesses in the supply chain which could negatively impact on future developments & also where innovation was desperately required to bring efficiency savings to the process.


Tenet believes that the engineering design skill set which we employ to the benefit of our clients in the nuclear sector, has the potential to be transferred to other industries. The renewable energy market shows incredible potential for growth over the coming decades as the UK compensates for its reliance on imported energy sources, as well as meeting its commitments to reduce carbon emissions. Tenet are actively pursuing opportunities to diversify & offer our engineering design capability to the renewable energy supply chain.

Tenet Signs Contract To Support AMEC



Tenet are pleased to announce that they are now supporting AMEC, having negotiated a contract to provide engineering safety substantiation services on their design/build project for a new rod fabrication line, destined for a UK based nuclear production facility.

Tenet Welcomes New Principal Engineer

Image: Geoff Read (L) & Mike Thirsk (R)



Tenet Consultants are pleased to welcome the latest addition to their CE&I design team, Geoff Read, who will be joining Tenet as a Principal Engineer. Well known & respected within the Sellafield engineering community, he brings with him numerous years of engineering design experience & a vast knowledge of how Sellafield site operates in its commitment to nuclear decommissioning &  spent fuel management operations.


Managing Director Mike Thirsk was particularly pleased to have secured Geoff’s skills & knowledge base. “I have worked with Geoff on various projects and always had respect for his knowledge, skills and experience in the nuclear engineering design industry. I am pleased to have secured Geoff’s skills for my organization. He is a considerable asset & will only strengthen the design skill set we provide to Sellafield Ltd in supporting their engineering projects.”

Tenet Take On National Apprenticeship Scheme

Image: Mike Thirsk – Tenet (L), Peter Kelly (C), Alan Stanway- Total People (R)



Tenet Consultants are investing in the future by agreeing to take part in a National Apprenticeship Scheme.


Through established training providers, Total People of Middlewich in Cheshire, Tenet have put in place a four year apprenticeship in Control, Electrical and Instrumentation Design.

‘Competition for the apprenticeship was strong with some high calibre applicants’ commented Alan Stanway from Total ‘This is a top level apprenticeship which will take the apprentice right through to HNC level.’


The successful applicant was Peter Kelly of Widnes who will join Tenet’s team in their Risley based offices in the New Year.


Tenet MD Mike Thirsk commented, ‘Tenet is looking to the future. There is a growing need for well qualified engineers to meet the energy projects now being discussed. Tenet is committed to providing long term support to the nuclear and energy markets and Peter is part of that future.’

Tenet Sign Partnership Agreement With Yokogawa UK

Image: Mike Thirsk – Tenet (R), Martin Ward – Yokogawa UK (L)



Tenet Consultants have signed a partnership agreement with Yokogawa UK Ltd., covering collaboration in automation, instrumentation and safety systems for the nuclear industry.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tenet will assist Yokogawa UK in the preparation and development of quotes for nuclear decommissioning and nuclear energy projects, and will also use their expertise in nuclear industries to aid delivery and implementation at the installation and commissioning stages.


Commenting on the agreement, Martin Ward, Managing Director of Yokogawa UK Ltd., said: ‘There is an increasing likelihood that nuclear energy will play a significant part in the UK’s future power generation mix, and Yokogawa with its extensive portfolio of high-quality process automation solutions is well placed to benefit from the extensive investment that will be involved. Teaming up with a consultancy with a proven track record in the nuclear sector is a key element in our strategy for growth in this sector.’


Mike Thirsk, Managing Director of Tenet Consultants, is equally enthusiastic about the agreement: ‘We at Tenet are very pleased to be entering into this partnership with Yokogawa. As a young expanding company, the opportunity to form a strategic alliance with a company such as Yokogawa allows us to look at long term growth, especially in the nuclear sector, through the synergies of our respective companies.’


‘This agreement is a result of the hard work carried out by the skilled and dedicated team here at Tenet and is in line with our vision for company growth following the move to larger office accommodation in January 2009.’ He adds: ‘We look forward to working together with Yokogawa in the coming months.’

Sole Supplier Agreement

Image: Mike Thirsk – Tenet (L), Mike Barber – NRL (R)



Tenet have announced a sole supplier partnership agreement with NRL, the technical recruitment specialists.


As from 1st March 2009, NRL will recruit all permanent and temporary workers on Tenet’s behalf, enabling us in turn to provide a more streamlined, efficient service to our clients.


Tenet will benefit from economies of scale, from a considerable reduction in administration and from reassurance that a specialist is taking care of the increasingly complex area of HMRC compliance. We are assured of NRL’s total dedication to Tenet’s recruitment, with the greater commitment of resources that entails.

Office Expansion



Tenet have recently trebled the size of its premises, following several major contract wins.

Located at MEPC Birchwood Park since 2006, we have just undergone our second expansion within Thomson House, moving into 4,423 sq ft (411 sq m) offices on the Second Floor.

Halton Polecats Shirt Sponsor



Tenet Consultants are now proud shirt sponsors of the Halton Polecats Rookie Team.


Halton Baseball & Softball Club aims to promote the positive values associated with team sports whilst developing baseball and softball in the Halton, Warrington & North West areas including Cumbria.


The Rookie Team plays ‘T-Ball’, a modified game that does not normally involve pitching and can be played indoors or outdoors with minimal equipment.


Tenet Consultants and Halton Baseball & Softball Club have agreed a major sponsorship deal, which will provide uniform shirts and caps for the full Polecats Rookie Squad for the 2008 season.

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