The Construction Design & Management Regulations, 1994, introduced new disciplines into the building procurement process, which have been revised and updated by the CDM Regulations 2007.
Shepherd Gilmour CDM liaises closely with all members of the design team to ensure that Health and Safety are considered throughout the design process. At Shepherd Gilmour CDM we have a team who have worked with the regulations since they were introduced. In the years since, we have gained extensive experience in the application of the regulations and how they integrate with the many other Health & Safety regulations in operation on construction sites and in the work place.
The company is a founder member of the North West Joint Safety Initiative CDM Regulations, 1994, Duty Holders Support Group. It is also a corporate member of the Association for Project Safety and a member of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering.
The company is able to call upon the technical facilities and resources of the entire Shepherd Gilmour group. In addition, although the company has been developed from an engineering base, Shepherd Gilmour CDM believes that administration of the regulations calls for a mix of disciplines and, therefore, has within the company an experienced architect and chartered civil and structural engineers. The directors of the company are actively involved on a day-to-day basis and are able to offer their advice and experience, not only to clients but also to the project design team.