If required, we will carry out a no obligation site survey and meet with the client to discuss the proposed mechanical installations to ensure that expectations and requirements are satisfied.
Our qualified in-house design team has extensive knowledge of different types and manufacturers of air conditioning, ventilation and heating systems to ensure the correct, most efficient application is provided for your project. Working closely with equipment suppliers, capability is supported by state of the art software to develop design solutions which achieve the optimal balance of quality, cost, buildability and environmental performance.
We use Carbon Trust ECA-registered equipment to create design solutions which acknowledge the whole-life environmental cost of providing effective climatic control.
All mechanical installation designs adhere to current Building Regulations and industry guidelines including those such as CIBSE, BSRIA and BCO for example.
Throughout the course of any project, our in-house CAD department will provide working drawings to assist in obtaining approvals from landlord or local authorities together with final As Built drawings for easy reference upon completion.
We have the capabilities of providing a broad range of mechanical installations throughout the United Kingdom and into mainland Europe.
These projects, both new builds and refurbishments, cover a variety of sectors from Commercial, Retail and Leisure into Specialist Installations such as Data Centres, Hospitals and Schools.
Using our skilled Engineers, Project Managers and Technical Design Team we can deliver what is set out by our clients, from turnkey projects or single discipline installations, covering Air Conditioning, Ventilation, Heating, Domestic Hot & Cold Water Services and Controls.
Accredited by the like of BESA, CHAS, Constructionline and with a strong commitment to Health and Safety we can achieve our high-quality installations within the project cost, programme and environmental objectives.
With an already extensive list of clients covering the UK we use our own experienced Service Engineers to ensure that any issue is dealt with in a timely and safe manner and minimise any disruption to the client.
We cover small flexible Air Conditioning PPM contracts to full multi-discipline contracts providing assistance on asset management, audit compliant paperwork and reports.
Providing client demonstrations following any of our high-quality installations is all part of our service, with our experienced, qualified Engineers and Project Managers readily available to assist the end user when required.
S&G’s CIBSE LCEAs are trained and certified to provide a high quality professional service; our Energy Assessors are at the forefront of market because they hold the knowledge to make your building more energy efficient.
When is an Air Conditioning System Inspection Required?
The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 require inspection of all air conditioning systems with rated outputs over 12 kW at intervals not greater than 5 years. Those over 12kW must be inspected by 4 January 2011 and the work must be carried out by an accredited inspector.
CIBSE accredits only air conditioning inspectors capable of working on complex systems, although all those accredited by CIBSE can also inspect simple systems.