Performance

Our unique blend of engineering expertise and data analytics provides transparency on building performance, finding solutions that deliver real-world performance and productivity gains.

ROGER MACKLIN
Associate Director, Performance

Performance:
Your building at its best.

The performance of a building is the true measure of its success; how it lives and breathes in reality rather than ‘on paper’. Despite detailed design solutions, the ‘performance gap’ – when a building does not perform the way it was expected to – is a common occurrence.

We have proved our expertise delivering improvements and eliminating the ‘performance gap’ for projects where performance is fundamental to success. We analyse every element that might impact building performance, interrogating established buildings and quickly solving ‘teething’ issues in new ones.

We work closely with:
Sustainability
Intelligent Buildings
Property Services
Operational Engineering

Where we can help

Concept & planning

Influencing the early stages of projects by feeding in real world experience of building operation. Fulfilling our ‘Soft Landings Champion’ role to ensure client brief is implemented. Influencing the early stages of projects by feeding in real world experience of building o... Learn more

Development & delivery

Dedicated performance team to build end-user predictions, mock-ups, and influence design development. Crafting comprehensive commissioning and handover requirements. Dedicated performance team to build end-user predictions, mock-ups, and influence design d... Learn more

Optimisation & support

Strategies for shrinking the ‘performance gap’, comparing predicted data to actual, and advising on real-world improvements across individual buildings and multi-site estates. Strategies for shrinking the ‘performance gap’, comparing predicted data to actual, an... Learn more

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