BSD have been corporate members of the Wildlife Trust for many years and last year the Corby office entered the Wildlife Gardening at Work competition for the first time. They successfully won two categories: Best use of recycled materials in your wildlife garden Best small space wildlife garden and you can read the story… Read more »
A very warm welcome to the new members of our Cambridge team. Matt Farmer has joined us on a short contract as a CAD Technician and Ignasi Claveras who has joined us as a Mechanical & Sustainability Technical Engineer. We wish you well and hope you will be very happy at BSD.
The BSD London office has been appointed to carry out the design of the first ever lightning protection system on the 18th Century, Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden. This iconic Grade I listed building is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England and has been used in many films and TV programmes over… Read more »
BSD Corby has been appointed for its second project at the 600 year old Royal Latin School in Buckingham. The £1M project is the refurbishment of the sixth form block. It will re-use the existing wiring to assist in budget control but will bring in new sub-mains and distribution boards. We will produce a thermal model of… Read more »
Tinsley House Detention Centre, adjacent to Gatwick airport, is a purpose built facility which was opened in 1996, and can accommodate up to 119 males and 8 families. Our London office has been appointed by AMD Environmental to do the full detailed design for the mechanical and electrical refurbishment of this building with a project value of £3.5m. The design… Read more »
…….on the back of the two awards we won last year we’ve been busy re-planting our window boxes and recycled tyre planters at the Corby office. We are corporate members of the Wildlife Trust and this time last year we entered their Gardening at Work competition. One of our female engineers built window boxes out… Read more »
Many congratulations to Tom Smith who is based in our Birmingham office. He has been doing a great job for us and his promotion to Mechanical Engineer is very well deserved.
BSD has been appointed by Integral to help deliver a new £53.5m student accommodation scheme for the University of Northampton. Kier Group are the Main Contractor. BSD have been instructed to do the full M&E detailed design for this prestigious project. Forming part of the University’s new £330m Waterside campus, the development will provide 1,166 student bedrooms through… Read more »
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Tom Hales, who joined our Leicester office on Monday 9 May 2016, as an Electrical Technician Engineer. We hope Tom will be very happy at BSD, and in the Leicester office in particular.
A team from our Manchester office took part in the Gung-Ho event in Heaton Park, on Saturday 30 April, and raised £650 for BSD’s Charity of the Year, The Robin Cancer Trust. Charlotte Glover describes their day below: It was an interesting day, weather wise. It started out relatively sunny but this soon changed to thunder, lightning, hail… Read more »
Following nominations and voting, our staff have once again chosen The Robin Cancer Trust (RCT) to be our charity of the year. We will keep you posted on fundraising events we will be holding over the next 12 months.
We are very proud to have played our part in helping Interactive Space win the ‘Projects up to 2,000m2’ category for London and the South East region. Established in 1992, the BCO is committed to honouring excellence in workspace by providing recognition for first-class design and functionality. Our client was appointed by Natixis Global Assset… Read more »
We are pleased to welcome Carl Brady to BSD. Carl joined our Manchester team on Monday 25th April as an Intermediate Electrical Engineer, we wish him well in his new role.
Yesterday, Tuesday 19th April, BSD sponsored the Lincolnshire Construction Forum, which is run by the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce. David White and Anne Green gave a presentation to 70 delegates. Anne interviewed David on subjects such as why he started up BSD in the first place and what made BSD different to other M&E design consultants. To… Read more »
It is great to have Tom Wood back at our Corby office following his travels around the world. Tom rejoined BSD on 29 March 2016, as an electrical design engineer.
BSD’s charity of the Year, The Robin Cancer Trust, are promoting awareness of testicular cancer. Please pass this information on to as many people as possible. Thank you.
BSD is delighted to have been awarded a further two more projects at the University of East Anglia, under its Consultancy Framework. We will be providing M&E Consultant services on the refurbishment of Lecture Theatres 1, 2, 3 and 4. In particular the air handling systems and wet heating system in all four theatres as well as stage… Read more »
Harlow College Our Leicester office are delighted to be working once again alongside F&W Electrical Contractors and Willmott Dixon to deliver a fantastic, new Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Harlow Technical College. This will be a two storey educational\manufacturing facility to complement the existing site within the campus. Greenwich Peninsular Riverside Development – LJJ Ltd BSD… Read more »
A warm welcome to our two newest recruits, Cavell Oldham, Intermediate Electrical Engineer, and Mohammed Shareef, Senior Electrical Engineer, who both joined BSD on Wednesday 16 March. Cavell is working as part of our Leicester team and Mohammed has become a member of our Corby team – we hope you will both be very happy working at BSD and we look forward to working with… Read more »
Mark Freeman has agreed to abseil down a 30 storey building at the University of Essex. He is performing this mad feat to raise funds for BSD’s Charity of the Year, The Robin Cancer Trust. If you would like to sponsor him click here. Any amount, big or small, will really help support this worthwhile charity and be very… Read more »