“PEOPLE FRIENDLY ENGINEERING” Andrew Swain-Smith, chair, building services engineering
Our environmental design group house building services, mechanical, electrical, public health and infrastructure engineers, specialist lighting designers, acoustic and sustainability consultants, BREEAM assessors and building physicists.
Our engineering teams collaborate with other design professionals, drawing on our pool of specialists to deliver cutting edge, award winning projects.
A central hub of labs forms the focal point for the centre, to encourage collaborative working across the organisation and with partners within the Cambridge Life Sciences cluster through an open design and campus environment.
The conversion of the ExCeL London exhibition centre into an emergency COVID-19 hospital facility.
Landmark project that has changed the way the industry thinks about sustainable construction.
Major refurbishment of two Grade II* listed buildings, the Town Hall Extension and Central Reference Library
Two new state-of-the-art hospital buildings will bring Elderly Care, General Medicine, HIV and Clinical Infection wards up to modern standards, and establish the hospital as the Major Trauma Centre for the region. The new build will include 361 beds, 65% of which will be in single en-suite rooms, a helipad and additional parking spaces underground.
Factory facilitates dance, theatre, music, visual arts and spoken word performances, enabling audiences to enjoy such activities in a new world-class facility.
The first stage of the UCLan campus development will see the construction of the EIC state-of-the-art facility, equipped to a high quality standard, on the Preston campus.
The mixed use regeneration scheme for Sale Town Centre includes the partial demolition of The Square Shopping Centre and replacing it with a six-screen cinema, up to 37,000 sq ft of retail, and a maximum of 205 residential units.
To find out more about our building services engineering team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
The redevelopment of Drogheda Civic Offices has now begun. The work, which is being led by BDP’s multidisciplinary team of architects, landscape architects, building services engineers and civil & structural engineers includes the careful refurbishment of two protected structures and the addition of a sedum covered link building.
The completed refurbishment of the Electrical Supply Board’s 45,000m² office building within a famous Georgian streetscape, has seen BDP’s building services engineers and sustainability consultants create one of the most sustainable workplaces in Ireland.
Achieving Net-Zero Labs report examines how we can reduce the carbon impact of laboratory buildings while also meeting the energy demands and technical requirements of science projects.
BDP’s sensitive refurbishment of Lancaster Castle has been awarded a prestigious national prize by the Civic Trust.
We have completed the innovative transformation of a school sports hall in Rochdale to create an exciting suite of classrooms, dining and social spaces. The new facility will enable the Watergrove Trust to meet an urgent demand for school places and accommodate more teaching and associate staff jobs for the area.
We have overseen the completion of the first of 40 community NHS diagnostic centres opening in England, reusing the NHS Nightingale Hospital equipment.
The Biospheric Foundation is a group of young researchers with a vision to change the way cities and communities interact to create a more sustainable way of living.