We are M&E consultants in Manchester
Robert Whetham Associates are Mechanical and Engineering (M&E) consultants in Manchester.
M&E consultants in Manchester have rich pickings in this era of reinvention for the city. We have enjoyed the privilege of being involved in some of Manchester’s most prestigious construction projects, including a new facility for the North West Ambulance Service, the renovation of Manchester Metropolitan University’s 70 Oxford Road, the city’s Grade II listed Harter Street Apartments, and the new Belle Vue site of British Car Auctions.
Established in 2003, Robert Whetham Associates have vast experience as M&E consultants in Manchester for a range of clients from the education, healthcare, industrial, commercial, rail and emergency services sectors. We are RISQS approved which affirms our expertise and commitment in serving the railway industry.
As well as providing exceptional mechanical design expertise, we ensure that as respected M&E consultants all project builds we work on are safe and secure.
Why mechanical design consultants are needed for building projects
Mechanical design consultants are needed for building projects to design, build, install and maintain the mechanical components of the build. Regardless of the size of the project, mechanical design consultants should be heavily involved at the planning stage of all builds to determine the costing and implementation of crucial mechanical elements.
Without a mechanical design consultant, mistakes on build projects and renovations can easily be made. These mistakes can be costly.
The mechanical designs determine how different components of the build work together. The layout of wiring and plumbing, for example, needs to allow both elements to operate co-efficiently. Without accurate planning, there could be a need to make expensive changes further on in the project.
A mechanical design consultant collaborates with architects, quantity surveyors and structural engineers to provide the framework of the build, allowing the client or main contractor to make important decisions about all aspects of the work.