We are experts in designing low-energy buildings that are dynamic and responsive to their environment. Our building services teams deliver industry leading mechanical and electrical engineering design solutions that lead the way.
Our solutions regularly achieve BREEAM accreditation. We were the first in the UK to achieve a BREEAM ‘Outstanding,’ one of the many reasons why school and pharmaceutical clients come to us for the most innovative energy efficient and flexible laboratory designs.
We have decades of experience in delivering flexible and energy efficient building designs that keep environments sustainably heated, cooled and fully ventilated - from research labs and offices to hospitals, schools and airports. .
We use holistic modelling and 3D design to understand the structure of a building, integrating passive systems that take advantage of the natural resources available as well as low energy alternatives.
And our focus is on lowering costs, with specialisms including architectural lighting design, low carbon consultancy, high containment HVAC, life safety systems (including fire detection and alarms), ICT, security zoning and access systems. This way we help clients to protect their processes, investment and future proof their facilities.
Our engineers have worked on some of the most complex construction projects in the country. We’re part of a groundbreaking consortium set to change the scientific landscape for targeted cell therapy. By designing collaborative clean room spaces in the heart of a world-leading innovation campus, we’re helping to transform the UK and tailored medicines industry.
And we’re proud to say that we recruit the best, helping us build long-term partnerships with our clients who know they can trust us to deliver complex building solutions.
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