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29th May 2019

Did you know, Low Energy Consultancy are accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) providers?

This means we can offer presentations on BREEAM, ESOS and overheating to further professional development. A CPD combines different ways of learning, such as training workshops, conferences and ideas sharing. It is a commitment to the continuous maintenance, improvement and broadening of knowledge and skills.

A CPD can be a range of different activities which includes supporting or mentoring others, on-the-job learning, conferences and seminars.

10th May 2019

LEC are delighted to announce that we are now an approved provider on Telford & Wrekin Council's DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) agreement for professional Consultancy Services for Lot-SAP/SBEM/Energy Consultants.

This approval is a great achievement for the company as it means we will now be considered for energy and sustainability consultancy services for Telford & Wrekin Council in the future as an approved consultant.

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16th April 2019

We are delighted to announce that LEC has received a place on PROSPERS DPS ( Dynamic Purchasing System) Agreement for Design & Consultancy under the category ' Energy Assessments' within the public sector. This agreement will be in place for 10 years from April 2019 which means, that we have been pre-qualified by PROSPER as compliant with all aspects of health & safety, quality and financial status.

28th February 2019

Low Energy Consultancy (LEC) are very delighted to have been awarded Gold Membership Status with the Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS). 

 The SCSS are working with over 60 industry leading partners to tackle the environmental and social sustainability issues within the construction industry. These include housing developers and tier 1 main contractors who are driving improvement of sustainability skills and knowledge of the built environment through to their supply chains. 

27th February 2019

This February, LEC have reduced client project emissions by 300 tonnes of Carbon! That’s more than double of what we reduced in January. We reduced the equivalent amount of Carbon emissions to charge 140m phones and even fill 60 hot air balloons!

LEC are committed to reducing the impact of global emissions from construction projects.

Contact us today and let us help you to shine a light on emission reduction and compliance!

19th February 2019

LEC are proud to announce that we are part of the NHS SBS (Shared Business Services) Consultancy Services Framework. We will be present as environmental consultants providing energy efficiency and environmental and environmental support including BREEAM, to the NHS and public Sector organisations within the UK.

23rd January 2019

In January we reduced our client's project emissions by 146 Tonnes of Carbon. Thats one step closer to reducing the impact of global emissions in the construction industry!

Watch the video (linked below) to see the significant impact of the emission reduction.

Contact LEC and let us help you to shine a light on emission reduction and compliance!

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21st January 2019

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services are delighted to have been awarded the mechanical and electrical contract on Argent’s S1 Building at Kings Cross Central in London with BAM Construct UK. 

Engineering Services will provide the mechanical, electrical and public health services for the new build 12 storey commercial office, which will be provided as shell and core for future tenant fit-out. The office building will comprise of 204,000 square foot of office accommodation with two retails units at ground level.

2nd January 2019

A big thank you to those who attended our stand at CIBSE Build2Perform 2018.

The interactive, two-day event aimed to strengthen connections between environment professionals and the wider supply chain with hopes to improve efficiency and save money through effective building services.

17th October 2018

Have you insulated your hot water cylinder?

You can make more savings than you might think, especially if the cylinder is in a cooler spot on your house or office.  By wrapping or lagging your cylinder you could save 4-9% on costs to heat your water. Insulation is inexpensive and easily available in DIY stores.