The Sowga name originates from the different processes it was set up to serve: steam, oil, water, gas and air.
We have been involved in all aspects of mechanical services since our formation in 1977, ranging from the prefabrication of pipework to the installation of complete boiler and compressor houses and pumping stations.
These core services were the heartbeat of the organisation until 2009, when the current owner David Howard acquired the business and developed it into the company it is today. As part of that strategic plan, Sowga has diversified and integrated other emerging practices, to become a fully-integrated building services engineering company. Through sustainable development and the expansion of our in-house engineering team, Sowga has grown to be a valued provider within the facilities management industry.
Our market-leading clients have learned to trust in our expertise, so they can get on with their jobs knowing they're in safe hands. All work is run by a highly experienced and qualified 'hands on' management team with over 75 years of combined experience.
Looking to the future, our company continues to expand and now operates out of three offices across the South of England, in central London, Bristol and West Sussex. We are also striving to meet our own energy efficiency goals and lowering our carbon footprint by adding zero-emission electric vehicles to our current fleet.
For more information on how Sowga can deliver benefits to your organisation, call us on
A Day in the Life of Sam Barron
Meet Sam Barron, our Mechanical & Projects Manager who works alongside our Managing Director to achieve our proposed projects and provide support to our engineers.
Working at Heights
Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries, in the workplace and it is especially important within Facilities Management.
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A Day in the Life of Gareth Millar
Having been part of the SOWGA team since 2011, this coming April is a milestone for Gareth, with it being exactly 11 years since he started.
Fire Safety in the workplace
The importance of fire safety checks and maintenance, to ensure a fire is prevented or does not have the capabilities of becoming worse...
Acronyms in the World of Engineering
When it comes to facilities management and engineering businesses, acronyms are widely seen in many ways. They allow for a way to simplify communication between one another, which saves time, space, and effort.
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