“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.
Please see our building services engineering brochure for more details.
BDP’s engineers are great communicators; working in a multidisciplinary practice means they must be able to explain complex technical issues in a way that is understandable to non-engineers.
True sustainability lies in meeting the 'triple bottom line' of environmental, social and economic considerations; we help clients meet these aims without incurring higher capital costs. Please click on sustainability for further information.
Controlled innovation is key to delivering successful project without exposing clients to excessive risk.
We develop designs based on a best practice approach combined with our cross-sector experience to deliver design strategies that are tailored to meet the specific needs of the project.
We are at the forefront of Digital Engineering. BDP was the first company to be awarded the BRE Global’s BIM level 2 Certificate.
We are part of the BSRIA Soft Landings Executive and are advocates of the Soft Landings approach, engaging with stakeholders and end users throughout the design process to ensure that design solutions and delivered buildings are understood and welcomed by end-users and perform, as designed.
The National Gallery of Ireland reopened on 14th June after a three year period of refurbishment.
Head of Dublin studio David Brennan is a speaker at a study day presented by the Irish Georgian Society.
Engineering director Chris Croly joins the lineup of speakers at this year’s Green Room Conference in Dublin.
AstraZeneca marked a key milestone in its successful move to Cambridge with the topping out of its new state-of-the-art strategic R&D centre and global corporate headquarters at the heart of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC).
BDP has submitted plans for a new 28,000 sqm mixed-use development overlooking Galway Docks.
The National Army Museum has unveiled its dramatic transformation and reopens on 30 March after a three year redevelopment programme.
Building services engineering director Chris Croly will present at a breakfast briefing organised by Engineers Ireland on achieving nearly zero energy building standards by 2020.
Chris, building services engineering director and Richard, building services engineer, talk about their careers in BDP