We offer expert health and safety advice, right from the conceptual stages of your construction project, working hand in hand with clients, developers, architects and contractors.


Whether it’s our CDM Principal Designer or Client CDM Advisor Roles, we’re here to ensure your project is set up for success from the very beginning, as your partner in health and safety excellence.

CDM Principal Designer

The HSE state that a principal designer is appointed by the client to take the lead in planning, managing, monitoring and coordinating health and safety during the pre-construction phase (design and planning stage) of a project involving, or likely to involve, more than one contractor. The role of the designer is defined as; that in the construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 the designer will provide professional control over the pre-construction phase and have the relevant skills, knowledge and experience.


A principal designer has an important role in “influencing how the risks to health and safety should be managed and incorporated into the wider management of a project.  Design decisions taken during the pre-construction phase can have a significant effect on whether a project is delivered in a way that secures health and safety. The principal designer's role involves close cooperation with the client and the principal contractor and coordinating the work of others in the project team to ensure that significant and foreseeable risks are managed throughout the design process.

Client CDM Advisor

A CDM (construction, design and management) Advisor plays a central role in any construction project. They provide the client or principal designer with sound competent advice on construction design processes, risk mitigation, best practice health and safety application and current legislation. They assist them with their statutory requirements, ensuring that clients’ construction projects fully adhere to health and safety procedures.


Changes to the CDM regulations 2015 means that the client now has a greater prominence on the role, the client now has a responsibility to control the health and safety of those who might be affected by the project, and ensure that the project is suitably managed. 


Our experienced and qualified CDM advisors provide clients with CDM services to help them meet their legal obligations under CDM 2015. Our advisors are extensively knowledgeable about design and construction processes and have the ability to offer well-informed advice at every stage of the client’s construction project. 

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