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Responding to the R22 Coolant Ban – Need for Action?

September 15, 2015

The commonly used R-22 refrigerant has now been banned since the end of 2014, potentially impacting the majority of UK organisations with air conditioning or refrigeration systems. However, these systems can still be repaired without the coolant having to be replaced. According to Simon Green of Green Building Design Consultants “As long as the systems […]

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Green’s Engineering Practice Report to be featured on CIBSE Website

July 24, 2015

After nearly 30 years as a practicing engineer, Simon Green submitted a long-overdue application for chartered membership of CIBSE in August 2014. Following the interview process, Simon was delighted to be told he has been made a Fellow of the Institute. We are now pleased to announce that Simon Green’s Engineering Practice Report is to […]

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Green Building Design Consultants Achieves ISO 14001:2004

July 21, 2015

  Green Building Design Consultants have been awarded ISO 14001:2004 accreditation,  passing first time without any non-conformities. As a talented team of mechanical and electrical engineers with a strong track record of supporting clients to reduce negative impact to the environment, Green Building Design Consultants chose to invest in ISO 14001:2004 accreditation to formalise their […]

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Green Building Design Consultants Expands

April 10, 2015

Green Building Design Consultants (GBDC) have expanded both the team and the office to meet the current level of demand for Mechanical and Electrical design in new build and refurbishment projects. We are excited to welcome three new members of staff: Ed Chapman, Senior Electrical Engineer; Mark Smith, Project Engineer and Claire Chapman, CAD Technician […]

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Chartered Surveyors at Jones Lang LaSalle Attend Green Lecture

March 25, 2015

On Monday 9th March, 14 surveyors from Jones Lang LaSalle attended a lecture given by Simon Green about the Dilapidations Protocol from an engineer’s perspective. Simon Green is an acknowledged expert in the Dilapidations Protocol and is regularly invited to present to major surveying practices and the RICS about the practical issues involved in resolving […]

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New TV Studio for Marjan in Wimbledon Media Village

March 16, 2015

In August 2014, Marjan Television Network took over the lease for the next 15 years at Wimbledon Studios. The studios, which are famous for popular television shows including The Bill and Hospital, are now home to Persian language channel Manoto 1, which has relocated from Capital Studios in Wandsworth. Two film sets have been remodelled […]

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American Bank with Trading Floor and Client Meeting Rooms

February 16, 2015

Green Building Design Consultants have been appointed by fit out contractor Structure Tone to carry out M&E design for a state-of-the-art trading floor and 50 meeting room, overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral. The 25,000 sq ft office for MFS Investment Management will be installed on the 4th and 5th floors of 1 Carter Lane. This 132,000 […]

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Simon Green becomes Chartered Building Services Engineer and Fellow of CIBSE

February 3, 2015

Simon Green, founder of Green Building Design Consultants (GBDC), has grown the company from a single employee in 2001 to a headcount of 16 team members. In November 2014, Simon became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (FCIBSE) and a Chartered Building Services Engineer. Having started his career as a JIB […]

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Green Building Designs for 120,000 sq ft BT Building

January 19, 2015

Green Building Design Consultants have overseen M&E designs for the refurbishment of the 120,000 sq ft former BT building on Castle Wharf, Nottingham. Landlord, Charles Street Buildings Group, worked with Bidwells on the project, and GBD were given a short timescale to produce detailed designs for this impressive four-storey building. The brief was to redesign […]