This integrated with our sustainability team is a fully collaborative
approach to Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Engineering.
On every project our aim is to create a dynamic working environment
where the best minds in the industry flourish and deliver creative
design solutions to clients and partner professionals.
With a view to reducing cost and carbon in all government funded
construction projects, the strategy requires that projects must
incorporate BIM level 2 by 2016. Our BIM environment operates
in the Autodesk Revit platform.
Caldwell are quailifed to provide BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes assessor services for all the recognised UK new build schemes available. We can also provide the services of a BREEAM AP and regularily lead projects in role of project ‘Sustainabilty Champion’.
We have successfully completed many examples of certified BREEAM ‘Excellent’ projects and a multitude of Code for Sustainable Homes projects certified in varying ranges to Level 5.
We can also offer expert advice on a range of environmental issues such as Carbon Footprinting, Waste Management and Reduction, Sustainability and Energy Planning Reports, Life Cycle Costs and Stakeholder Engagement.
We have successfully completed projects with a range of environmental technologies – from wind turbines to grey water recycling. We have also worked on various PV, Heat Pump, solar water heating, geothermal and district heating schemes around the UK.
We can use our proven building services skills to enhance the co–ordination, cost efficiency and functionality of the manufacturing facility. These include work flow, transport of materials, automation and plc controls, as well as a combined ability to co–ordinate and integrate key suppliers.
We provide 3D co–ordination drawings, system design, commissioning management, energy management surveys, facilities management and complete site management and co–ordination during construction.
We have extensive experience working with clients, architects, interior designers, energy managers, focus groups and local authorities.
In 1981, Caldwell’s Brian Watson presented Indirect and Ambient Task Lighting to the London School of Business while many of our projects represent the first of their type in the UK, this design innovation was 10 years in advance of CIBSE LG3 1989 and LG7.
We develop long term relationships with our clients by partnering closely with them. Clients tell us they value our capability to engineer practical and cost effective solutions that meet project requirements and customer expectations. Because our lift consultants work directly with the manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors, clients also benefit from cost and time savings and achieve consistently high quality project outcomes.
This project management service includes cost control, quality control and end user liaison. Projects include fire engineering remedial work, refurbishment, heating replacement, rewiring, and disability adaptations.