• Senior Public Health Design Engineer

    - St Albans

    to £70,000 per annum + benefits

    Company: The Company was founded in 1983 in South Africa. The company is very strong in leisure, education, commercial, retail, and residential sectors of the market. The Company employs circa 20 employees, and although a relatively small Company punches well above its weight in terms of projects undertaken. Project values have varied from £4million to £200million in terms of construction value. The company has won several national and international awards for some of its projects and has established itself as a leader in low carbon and renewable technologies and low energy buildings. The type of work is varied; for instance, the company has written the technical guidance for Sport England wet and dry sports centres and partnered with a number of local authorities and main contractors. The design work varies from developing concept designs to Stage 3 for planning purposes to fully detailed design, contract and construction drawings. The candidate will report directly to the Director. The candidate joins the company in the midst of exciting times, with a strong order book and growth opportunities. The candidate will be given the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills and ultimately manage their own projects, which will include managing a team of engineers, building physicist, and technicians. Job Description: The engineer will be required to deal with projects predominantly in the South East from concept/feasibility stage, through design and construction to commissioning and handover under the guidance of a director. Skills that will be developed include but are not limited to the following:

    • Domestic water design including demand calculations to BS and IoP standards
    • Domestic water and drainage pump capacity sizing
    • Above ground foul and rainwater design (gravity fed systems)
    • Fire sprinkler design
    • Design and specification of renewable technologies
    • Detail development of concept designs (RIBA Stage 2) to include equipment selection and specification etc, to completion of construction stage information (RIBA Stage 5)
    • Liaison with architects, clients, structural engineers and contractors
    • Project Management
    • Site inspections
    Qualifications and Experience:
    • British or European citizen or otherwise working rights in UK
    • Degree in mechanical engineering
    • Minimum 5 years as Public Health Design Engineer with a consulting engineering firm in the UK
    • Good design skills
    • Revit MEP
    • BS EN 12845 and BS 9251 sprinkler systems
    • Fire hydrant design to BS 9990 and BS 750
    • Dry and wet risers to BS 9990
    • Working knowledge of building regulations, especially Parts G, H and L
    • Working knowledge of British Standards

  • Principal Mechanical Design Engineer

    £55,000 - £65,000 per annum + benefits

    Our client, established in 2002, is an independent Mechanical & Electrical design consultancy that provides the full range of MEP Building Services from 2 locations in Berkshire and London. The Senior leadership team are actively involved in day-to-day client delivery, and the entire team's professional and personable approach focuses on offering clients first-class solutions, and bespoke services. Boasting an impressive client list in the hospitality, commercial, finance, retail, and residential sectors, the company operates on projects across the UK, Ireland, and Mainland Europe. They have built strong teams that operate in a collaborative atmosphere by recruiting technically sound engineers with a passion for excellence and giving them autonomy, responsibility, and support. They are now looking to bring additional expertise to the mechanical team with the appointment of an Senior/Principal Mechanical Engineer. The main responsibilities are in the areas of project delivery.  You should be able to prepare calculations/specifications and drawings, collaborate with other disciplines, provide technical expertise, provide support to less experienced engineers, ensure quality standards are maintained, and adopt and promote the company ethos.

  • Junior Sustainability Engineer

    - Camden, NW1

    £30,000 per annum + benefits

    Our client is a multi-disciplinary practice of Building services Engineering Consultants. Established for over 30 years, they now employ more than 60 staff at their offices in London. Sustainability is at the heart of their projects, and because of growth, the in-house sustainability team urgently requires a Junior Sustainability Engineer.


    The successful candidate will have OCDEA accreditation (EPC for residential new build units) and will have completed numerous SAP and EPC assessments. You should also have some experience and be looking to develop in other areas of sustainability engineering including IES thermal modelling, SBEM/daylight/sunlight/thermal bridging calculations, BREEAM assessments, and report writing for planning submissions.

  • Building Services Technician (Multiskilled and Electrical Bias)

    - South Kensington, SW7

    £51,184 per annum + benefits

    The Role: Working in one of the most iconic and magical Grade 1 listed buildings in the country that stands true to its original purpose of promoting the Arts and Sciences by hosting 390 events a year in their main auditorium and 800 events in other smaller spaces. To work within the Building Services team providing M&E skills and expertise to maintain the fabric of the building and its facilities and services. Working as Duty BST whilst on roster to ensure all M&E services are functioning and to provide any building facility services for the successful staging of more than 100 events . To undertake day-to-day monitoring, maintenance and small mechanical works projects to a high level quality of craftsmanship, and work throughout the building with a flexible and adaptable approach to support the staging of events.  Key Responsibilities:

    • To maintain the mechanical plant services and electrical services ensuring that they are in a safe working condition, comply with safety regulations and are fit for use.
    • To ensure that all domestic services (including the use of equipment and systems with water, electrics and gas) are maintained in a good working order and that repairs or improvements are undertaken to ensure uninterrupted service.
    • To maintain all electrical installations, services and plant in a safe efficient manner, in accordance with current electrical regulations.
    • To ensure all life safety installations are maintained and kept in a good working order, i.e. PA system, fire alarm, secondary lighting; and to carry out first line response / repairs to these systems.
    • To be fully conversant with the 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations and on site guide.
    • To be competent and conversant with all types of modern electrical installation systems, have an ability to carry out fault diagnosis, and have a good working knowledge of electrical equipment to undertake repairs.
    • To undertake occasional Portable Appliance Testing.
    • To maintain the heating, ventilation and air conditioning plant and systems ensuring that all air handling units, chillers, fan coil units are kept in good working order.
    • To carry out any pipe work installations and repairs as requested ensuring that all work complies with current regulations.
    • To carry out daily plant room checks, to monitor and check the Building Maintenance System (BMS) – Trend 963 and ensure that any malfunction or issues of concern are noted and acted upon, and reporting to senior colleagues as required.
    • To attend to plumbing requirements including the unblocking of toilets and any remedial work that is required.
    • To carry out basic maintenance check on the stage lift working with your BST colleagues and liaising with external lift contractors when required.
    • To attend site in an emergency as requested by the management team to assist with the building facility or services.
    • To ensure the workshop, workbenches and stores for equipment are kept in a clean and tidy manner, that all equipment is properly put away, without blocking any access areas and that stock levels are maintained at an appropriate level, informing the M and E Services Manager of any stock or equipment parts requirements for ordering. Place orders on the purchase order system for all approved purchases.
    • To undertake the PPM on all mechanical, domestic, and heating systems are requested.
    • Embrace the Sustainability Policy and work to meet its objectives, putting sustainability at the forefront of all decisions.
    • Develop a good understanding of the Hall’s Health and Safety guidelines and your responsibilities within these. Promote a safe working environment and foster the non-blame culture, adhering to any Health & Safety requirements, flagging any conflicts that may arise with Health and Safety and working towards finding effective solutions.
    • To undertake any other duties as reasonably requested by the Management including the Building Services Manager, Deputy Building Services Manager, Facilities Manager and Director of Operations.
    Person Specification:
    • Have undertaken an apprenticeship with completion of City and Guilds or other relevant courses (e.g. 236 part 1 and 2, electricity at work regulations, 17th edition - wiring regulations, 2391- electrical test/inspection) or at least level 2 NVQ, with a good all round knowledge and experience of working with electrical and mechanical building systems.
    • Be able to undertake installation, testing and inspection of M&E services, systems and equipment with an ability to work on pumps and motors, inverters, plumbing and HVAC systems, gas fired burners, low temperature hot water systems and if possible steam boilers.
    • Have considerable experience in a complex and large public entertainment venue, responding to a helpdesk system and BMS-generated alarms.
    • Hold a CSCS Certificate
    • Be capable of fault finding, testing and inspecting electrical circuits and equipment, identifying solutions and where possible working to rectify systems to a safe working condition, which is often to tight deadlines particularly just prior to the commencement of a show.
    • Be computer literate to include a reasonable knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook. Building Services Technicians are required to complete a duty log report for show duty shifts.
    • Have an understanding of energy management and environmental control measures and be able to offer creative solutions for improvement of building services systems.
    • Have a flexible adaptable approach, ability to work constructively within a team with good communication skills, to be clear and concise and capable of remaining calm during potentially stressful situations.
    • Have a ‘hands on and can do’ approach to work.
    • Undertake their work with due diligence and with a thorough understanding of health and safety processes, particularly in relation to restricted access and high hazard areas, as well as the need for permits to work for certain Building Services activities.

  • Senior/Associate Electrical Engineer

    - City, EC2

    to £80,000 per annum + CA + benefits

    The Company & Role: This Canadian-born business founded in 1978 has grown to become a global commercial real estate advisory firm employing 5000 people in 120 locations across 20 countries.  This opportunity is for a Senior / Associate level Electrical engineer to join an exciting and successful Building Consultancy team, based in London. You will work on a variety of professional and project work for investors, lenders, occupiers, developers, and the public sector. Their broad client mix offer opportunities for travel around the UK and Europe with exposure to a diverse range of property types. The Mechanical, Electrical & Public Health (MEP) engineering team offer traditional MEP design and consultancy services alongside surveying and project management activities with sustainable solutions at the core of their work. Their expertise ranges across all sectors including office, industrial, retail, education, government, healthcare, aviation, and residential. As part of their succession plan, they are looking for an electrically biased building services engineer who will support the building surveyors in providing building engineering consultancy services that augments and compliments the building surveying and Project Management activities. This is a great opportunity for someone with a background in MEP consulting or design and contracting who is looking to move into a corporate real estate environment. Flexible working arrangements from home and office is available but the applicant must be able and willing to travel to undertake site inspections as part of the role.   Duties & Responsibilities: Design:

    • Be familiar with RIBA Work plan stages, BSRIA BG6(2018) and deliverables required.
    • Understand the requirements and differences between performance design and detail design.
    • Agree briefs with clients to anticipate and identify needs and expectations and develop the job/project brief in conjunction with the team.
    • Prepare and assist in producing feasibility study reports.
    • Work with client and design team to assemble a design specification compliant with the Employer’s requirements, agree its format and content, and ensure delivery by the due date.
    • Agree and monitor scope of works and communicate any changes to the team.
    • Produce calculations for engineering systems as required and ensure proper QA, technical reviews and sign-off are carried out and recorded.
    • Establish the design concepts with the team and determine/agree the programme for the design process.
    • Hold an appreciation of sustainability, net zero carbon and building energy performance issues and ensure that these are taken fully into account in the initial assessment of the job/project and incorporate requirements into job/project delivery.
    • Liaise with the design team and agree the appropriate programme for issuing information to external associated parties.
    • Ensure the team delivers the requisite information to assist with the preparation of the project budget and agree the budget with the team.
    • Carry out periodic review and identify risks affecting overall delivery.
    • Co-ordinate and attend pre-qualification interviews.
    • Review tender documentation and authorise tender issues, review tenders received and advise client on appointment of contractor and liaise between disciplines on multi-functional tenders.
    • Report to the client any variance between the works constructed and the design intent.
    • Ensure appropriate level of site supervision and carry out periodic reviews of construction activity.
    • Ensure relevant schedules of testing/commissioning and snagging are prepared and carried out by suitably qualified personnel and ensure that performance is in line with project guidelines and client requirements.
    • Identify the need for building and site surveys and their relevance to the project and ensure that they are implemented in time to meet the requirements of the project.
    • Manage and monitor site and buildings appraisals and carry out inspections where necessary.
    • Ensure the availability of specialist resource for Computer Aided Design.
    • Follow in full the document control, archiving, CDM and QA processes relevant to job/project work, ensuring reports, correspondence, specifications, drawings, and schedules are issued, and filed in an appropriate manner.
    • Identify client needs and expectations, ensuring they are exceeded.
    Surveying, Dilapidations and Advisory:
    • Carry out/assist with technical due diligence surveys and reports.
    • Be familiar with mechanical, electrical, and public health installations and trends and current code/regulatory requirements.
    • Possess and display a good level of written communication skills with an ability to convey engineering systems clearly and concisely in report format and to a lay person.
    • Prepare feasibility study reports.
    • Hold an appreciation of sustainability, net zero carbon and building energy performance issues and ensure that these are taken fully into account in the initial assessment of the job/project and incorporate requirements into job/project delivery.
    • Understand dilapidation assessments (not essential but preferable)
    Business and Team Functions:
    • Attend and contribute to staff meetings.
    • Deliver jobs/projects to time and budget and evaluate jobs/projects to identify learning for the future.
    • Input to company job/project and resource management processes.
    • Promptly complete and submit timesheets.
      Knowledge, Skills, and Experience: The role is to contribute and assist jobs/projects and deliver excellent service to our clients. The applicant will have obtained, or be working towards, Chartered Engineer status and hold the professional qualifications with bodies such as CIBSE, IET or IMechE (however applicants with proven design experience in the industry may be considered) and can demonstrate experience in the industry for a minimum of 5 years, with a proven ability to work within a team completing engineering reports, detailed design, and site inspections. The applicant is expected to be comfortable with working in a multi-disciplinary Chartered Surveyor/Project Management environment and shall have excellent technical skills allied with the applicant’s relevant experience. The role will require the applicant to be familiar with a range of building services installations and be comfortable surveying and reporting on the general condition and potential remedial works required as part of our due diligence service to our clients. Prior experience in carrying out technical due diligence is not essential but preferable. The applicant will be able to work alone and as part of a team and be able to communicate with clients to provide professional advice in plain English, founded on their wide range of experience in the commercial, retail, healthcare, residential, and leisure sectors. Key attributes will include:
    • Client focus
    • Personal drive coupled with the ability to develop others
    • Leadership
    • Teamwork
    • Communication
    • Enthusiasm and passion for technical quality, learning and knowledge sharing
    • Willingness to help and support individuals
    • Capable of driving best practice and encouraging a culture of knowledge sharing and learning
    • Assertive, both in driving the initiative and harnessing support within the team
    • Promote client care and client facing culture

  • Junior Electrical Engineer

    - Bexley

    to £35,000 per annum + benefits

    Join a Nationally based, MEP design consultancy. They have over 50 years’ experience and have been associated with hundreds of renowned brands and prestigious engineering projects throughout the United Kingdom. They provide high-quality comprehensive Mechanical, Electrical, Public Health, and Environmental engineering solutions to a broad range of projects. They include large new build, renovations, and fit-outs to bespoke environmental designs that result in more efficient buildings in all sectors including commercial, education, leisure and entertainment, mixed-use, residential schemes, and shopping centres. They are looking to add a Junior Electrical Design Engineer to join their busy team in Bexley. Responsibilities include:

    • Electrical services design including but not limited to LV design including cable sizing, lighting, lighting controls, emergency lighting, fire alarms, and security systems.
    • Preparation and development of concept, feasibility, and detailed design proposals, which include specifications, drawings, and calculations.
    • Ability to use DIALux lighting and Amtech electrical software.
    • Fully proficient in AutoCAD 2D with either some knowledge of the use of Revit or the desire to learn.
    • MS Office skills, particularly Word and Excel.
    • Good communication skills are required whilst you accompany colleagues to meetings with clients, other professional design team members, and contractors.
    • Strong technical expertise within electrical building services design, gained working within the UK building services industry for either a consultancy or contractor.
    • Knowledge of UK design legislation and guidance.
    Knowledge & Experience required:
    •  1 -3 years’ Electrical services design experience.
    • DIALux and Amtech software knowledge.
    • HNC/HND level in building services or electrical engineering or degree equivalent.
    • High standard of written and verbal English.
    • Able to handle several ongoing projects at various stages.
     They are offering:
    •  Flexible working (3 days in the office / 2 days at home).
    • Mental health & wellbeing support
    • AXA Healthcare
    • CIBSE / IET development and training
    • Support of engineers on site
    • Salary ranges up to £35,000 per annum.

  • Senior Electrical Engineer

    - Leeds

    to £55,000 per annum + benefits

    This is a career changing opportunity for a Senior Electrical Engineer to work with an innovative MEP design consultancy where you will be given complete autonomy over design and financial aspects of projects, and a realistic opportunity to progress. The company was established in 1978 and is an independent Mechanical & Electrical design consultancy that provides the full range of MEP Building Services.  Boasting an impressive client list in the healthcare, education, commercial and residential sectors, the company operate on projects across the UK. The Senior leadership are actively involved in day-to-day client delivery, and the entire teams professional and personable approach focuses on offering clients first class solutions and bespoke services that exceed expectations and provide measurable benefits. You will be joining a first-class team of dedicated technical specialists that operate in a collaborative atmosphere working alongside the UK’s leading architects, designers, and contractors. They are now looking to bring additional expertise to the electrical team with the appointment of a Senior Electrical Engineer. The main responsibilities are in the areas of project delivery and support of the group management. You should be commercially aware, be able to develop and maintain client relationships, provide technical expertise, provide support to less experienced engineers, ensure quality standards, and adopt and promote the company ethos. Responsibilities:

    • Lead the design and development of electrical systems for various projects.
    • Develop project plans and schedules.
    • Conduct feasibility studies and cost analysis.
    • Conduct testing and commissioning of electrical systems.
    • Provide technical support to clients.
    • Mentor and train junior engineers.
    • Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or relevant engineering experience.
    • Minimum of 6 years’ experience in electrical engineering.
    • Strong knowledge of electrical systems design and development.
    • Experience in project management.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
    • Strong problem-solving skills.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    What they are offering
    • A salary up to £55,000
    • Flexible & Hybrid working
    • Benefits package

  • Senior Electrical Engineer

    - City, EC2

    to £45 per hour (Outside ir35)

    We have a requirement for an Electrical Design Engineer to join and assist an independent design constancy in London on a contract basis. As an Electrical Design Engineer you will be responsible for the designs across several client projects. You will have the opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplined team. You will be responsible for the following:

    • Some direct work with the client from concept/feasibility stage
    • Conduct initial and detailed designs on major large scale projects
    • Cable calculations, Lighting calculations and power distribution.
    • Electrical Designs on several projects across different sectors
    To be successful when applying for the role you will possess the following skills and/or experience:
    • Electrical Design (Building Services) Engineering experience
    • Knowledge of British Standards and Building regulations
    • Good communication skills, both oral and written

  • Sustainability Manager

    - Camden, NW1

    to £60,000 per annum + benefits

    Our client is a privately owned building services consultancy established in 1987. They have experienced steady growth by providing first class project delivery and now consist of a team of 75 multi-disciplinary Building Services and Sustainability Engineers. They are looking for a Lead Sustainable Consultant to work on a diverse project portfolio, including masterplan regeneration projects, mixed use residential and commercial schemes, hotels and medical centres. Responsibilities:

    • Manage a team of six people working on sustainability initiatives.
    • Manage workflows and act as conduit between the sustainability team and the SMT.
    • Develop and implement sustainability strategies and initiatives.
    • Monitor and report on progress towards sustainability goals.
    • Work with other departments to ensure that sustainability is integrated into all aspects of the projects.
    • Stay up to date with the latest sustainability trends and technologies.
    • Ensure compliance with relevant sustainability standards and regulations.
    • Communicate sustainability initiatives and progress to our clients.
    • Knowledge of sustainability standards and regulations.
    • Experience managing a team of people.
    • Strong communication and leadership skills.
    • Knowledge of BREEAM, SBEM, SAP and CIBSE TM52, 54 and 59.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities.
    They are offering:
    • Flexible remote working.
    • Salary ranges up to £60,000.
    • Enhanced medical cash plan for employees and family.
    • Private medical and dental insurance (Bupa).
    • Pension.
    • 25 days holiday (plus public holidays).

  • Principal/Associate Building Services Engineer

    - Birmingham/Manchester/Leeds

    to £90,000 per annum + bonus + benefits

    This is an exciting opportunity to build and develop existing clients and projects for a national Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health consultancy servicing projects in the Northern regions of England. Projects will range from £5m-150m in value within sectors which include hotels, commercial, industrial, education and leisure (some of largest MEP projects currently in the UK). Our client is looking for someone who can oversea the current northern projects. This would suit an ambitious and outgoing engineer with a proven track record of driving their current business forward. They offer excellent work-life balance, and plenty of progression. With the support, assistance, and guidance from their live offices you will be given the opportunity to further strengthen the team enabling the delivery of exceptional projects. The role:

    • Maintaining key client relationships
    • Business development/Identify new opportunities/clients and dealing with project tenders
    • Leading and managing the technical development of internal team
    • Coordinate with senior team members to ensure continuous development of junior staff
    • Oversee internal resourcing and work with other internal departments
    • Oversee project delivery from feasibility through to construction stage
    • Ensure projects delivered are profitable and in-line with client brief
    • Project management across multiple sectors
    • Coordinate with internal teams and external – Clients, Architects, Contractors, Consultants etc
    • Oversee technical design throughout project lifecycle
    • Attend client and progress meetings throughout various phases of projects
    • Site inspections reporting back to design team
    • 5 + years experience
    • Preferably Chartered or working towards chartership
    • Degree in Engineering or industry related qualification
    • UK Building Services Consultancy experience
    • A good understanding of electrical, mechanical, sustainability and public health aspects
    • Adhering to relevant British Standards/Regs and Codes of Practice
    • Working with partners within the wider business to meet company objectives
    • Managing client relationships and develop new relationships
    • Up to date with Health and Safety and Environment Policy.