“WE BELIEVE SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS CAN BE DESIGNED MOST SUCCESSFULLY WHEN ALL DISCIPLINES COLLABORATE FROM DAY ONE.” Bob Spittle, chair of environmental engineering
BDP’s Environmental Design Studios 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 specialist to deliver cutting edge award winning projects.
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. They are happy to engage with stakeholders, building users and designers as they know that this is key to delivering successful projects.
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. BDP was the first company to be awarded the BRE Global’s BIM level 2 Certificate, this places BDP at the forefront of digital engineering.
We are part of the BSRIA Soft Landings Executive and are advocates of the Soft Landings approach, engaging with stake holders 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.
Chris is one of our environmental engineering directors in Dublin studio. In this short video he tells us about his career in BDP.
Plans have been submitted for a new 155-bedroom compact luxury hotel, designed by BDP, on the site of the former Andrews Lane Theatre in Dublin city centre.
The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia was announced as Best of the Best, as well as the national winner of the Corporate Workplace category at this year’s British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards on 4 October.
BDP has been selected as a finalist in the BIM Excellence category of the Construction News Awards, making the shortlist from among a record number of entrants.
James Hepburn leads engineering teams on projects across all sectors, working closely with the architects to design sustainable buildings. Here he showcases the BREEAM award winning Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia as an example of simple, sustainable design.
The UK Pavilion, Milan Expo has won both a Pro Tem Award and the Pro Tem Special Award at the Civic Trust Awards, announced on 4th March. The Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde won a Commendation and our environmental engineers worked on the Manchester Central Library which also won.
BDP has been employed by NUIG to provide mechanical and electrical services consultancy for the design and construction of its new Human Biology Building.
BDP was architect for the D&B contractor for a new €14m, six storey, Science, Research and Incubator Facility completed in October 2015, for DIT’s occupation in February 2016.
BDP’s environmental engineers are delivering one of the most efficient and sustainable commercial offices in Dublin for the Electricity Supply Board (ESB), Ireland’s foremost energy utility.