A ‘Fresh’ approach to M&E design

18.11.2020

Working alongside one of Scotland’s leading architects and a reputable structural engineering practise, we are currently developing the M&E design for a new vehicle workshop for our client who is a fresh food’s supplier. To ensure the workshop is sustainable for years to come, we are incorporating renewable energy technologies, a heat recovery system and ensuring good levels of air tightness. This new workshop is part of our clients overall site masterplan and will be used to maintain their fleet of vehicles.

In addition to this new workshop, we continue to work on a wide variety of projects from our continued involvement in the new Sports pavilion for East Lothian Council to completing the building warrant design for a redeveloped space on St Vincent Street, Glasgow. November has also been a strong month for new projects with SDC winning a number of new projects and one rather large framework appointment which ensures a healthy work bank going forward. We will share more details in the coming weeks.

This week also seen the Scottish first minister announce that the government has voted to implement a Tier 4 lockdown in Glasgow but despite this, we will continue to work with our clients to meet their aspirations and commitments. By utilising the latest technologies and working practises, we can maintain the same level of output even when working remotely!

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Renewable energy - Air source heat pumps