CDM Principle Designer Role by Glenside
Before undertaking any project, it is vital to understand the full scope of all health and safety reguations. The Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM Regulations) are put in place to ensure that the health and safety of each project is considered and measured so as to minimise the risk of harm to those who have to build, use and maintain the structure.
The role of a CDM principal designer is to take the lead in planning, managing, monitoring and coordinating the health and safety of any given project during the planning, design and construction stages, in accordance with these regulations.
Each of these stages are important when it comes to a project. The design phase involves implementing space planning, interior design and foreseeing the infrastructure and functionality of the office design. The pre-construction, and construction itself is also vital, and ensures the work is carried out properly and in a safe and concise manner.
We offer this service to our clients and ensure that all work carried out is done so in line with the latest health and safety regulations. The service we offer ensures that we can eliminate foreseeable health and safety risks to anyone affected by onsite site work throughout the project.
At Glenside we understand the importance of every project and take the time to understand your organisation and the full scope of the project to make sure your needs are consistently exceeded. We cover a range of areas, specifically the construction, design and overall management of your project, to ensure it is completed to budget and within the given time frame.