Our CDM consultant team has been involved in the development of educational facilities since the introduction of the CDM Regulations in 1995. We continue to work for a number of Universities and local authorities providing construction health and safety support. Our portfolio is extensive and includes projects from minor refurbishment and maintenance works (window and roof works) to the construction of multi-million pound, state of the art educational establishments.
The major projects include high schools, extensions to primary schools and multi-story university based teaching and research and development buildings. The buildings are often complex and require significant mechanical and electrical infrastructure to support the functions within. One current project involves the delivery of air at 900 deg k and 10bar to engine test beds.
We have also advised on the construction of significant sporting infrastructure from National Sports Academies to National standard sports pitches and athletics facilities. We understand the particular constraints imposed on working on occupied premises created generally by the presence of a large number of young people, whose education must continue through the construction programme. We provide construction health and safety support within these environments and are often instrumental in the development of arrangements to accommodate the most vulnerable of groups.