CDM Services

Construction Design & Management Regulations (CDM 2015)

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 place a number of specific duties on Clients, Principal Designers, Designers, Principal Contractors and Contractors.

These regulations apply to all activities defined as construction work.

Our team has extensive experience of supporting clients and project teams with all aspects of safety and risk management to comply specifically with these and other associated regulations. We commit to maintaining the highest level of competency at all times to ensure our clients have the full support of our skills, knowledge, and experience.

The way we prefer to deliver our CDM services is by ensuring best practice is applied end-to-end, from commissioning and undertaking survey work, through the tender and selection phases, concept and design stages and then throughout the construction programme and the final handover phase. This ensures that maintenance and future replacement and adaptation can be done safely and efficiently.

Our extensive experience in the construction industry includes working within integrated teams on complex projects that have been delivered under the definition of ‘Construction’ as defined by the CDM Regulations. As CDM advisors, we work closely with the project team from the outset.  As Chartered health and safety consultants, we are committed to ensuring clear communication and effective team working practices are in place at the start so that we can contribute to an effective and collaborative team approach. This promotes effective working, contributes to embedding an effective safety culture, and ensures we continually improve and learn from each other to benefit the overall project.

Our experience includes working on:

  • Large-scale estate redevelopments
  • Minor M&E upgrades
  • New build industrial data centres
  • Listed buildings
  • Aviation frameworks
  • Local authority frameworks including NHS estates
  • Energy and renewables commissions such as wind farms and PV Arrays
  • Higher education, residential and retail developments
  • Demolition and urban and social development programmes