The role of Principal Designer was introduced in the 2015 Construction Design & Management Regulations (CDM 2015) has seen C2 Safety build on its experience as CDM Co-ordinators under the 2007 regulations.
The skills and knowledge held & developed over 10 years of acting as the CDM Co-ordinator (and previous to that Planning Supervisor) have allowed C2 Principal Designer to stay at the forefront of providing the specialist advice and support needed to allow both clients, building owners, domestic households and Design Teams to fulfil their duties under the new legislation.
Increased commissions for diverse projects
Since April 2015 C2 Principal Designer has seen a significant increase in commissions to act as Principal Designer on a wide range of projects, from small new build or refurbishments to major industrial & educational, leisure and ecclesiastical projects. The practice has also found that their knowledge and experience has enabled them to extend their support to a number of Architectural organisations who need external assistance in fulfilling the Principal Designer role.
Advice and support on smaller projects
The change in CDM regulations has also meant that domestic, private and much smaller commercial projects, which previously did not come within the scope of the CDM legislation, are now subject to the regulations. C2 Principal Designer has found that their advice and support, even on much smaller projects, has also been valued by premises, facilities managers and the individual builders across a range of projects, builds and estates.
If you need a CDM Advisor or Principal Designer for a build, project, or a health and safety CDM specialist to support your project or organisation in meeting their legal requirements, please call John on 01278 671 995 / 07 5858 57 99 or email email@example.com