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CDM Scotland Ltd

 

A Client focused consultancy offering CDM Advisory, CDM Principal Designer, Safety Consultancy and Asbestos Management Services, coupled with Accredited Safety Training covering both construction related and CDM specific. 

Established in 1995, we are an independent, standalone company which allows us to undertake our role on your behalf without any conflict of interest, thereby ensuring that YOUR interests are our primary concern.
 

Experience: 

> Successful completion of 8000+ projects;

> All industry sectors covered;

> Projects range from entry level to £1billion+

Specialists: 

> Our CDM team are design/ construction (CIOB/ RIBA/ ICE) professionals in addition to CMIOSH;

> Our Asbestos team are P402/ P405;

> All our trainers hold PTTLS in addition to professional experience;

Competence:
> CHAS: Registration as Designers and Principal Designers;

> Achilles: Full accreditation;

> ConstructionLine: Full accreditation;

> Inverstors in People: First company in our sector to successfuly obtain IIP back in 1997.

 
Value for Money: 
> We know what works and what doesn't;

> we tailor our services around what you require;

> No template or standard approach - we create for each individual project.

We have earned an enviable reputation of providing a superior level of service in a cost effective manner.
 
Please call the CDM Scotland Ltd team on 01292 619742 or email: cdm@cdmscotland.co.uk for more information.




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Case Study

Commercial
Set within the Scheduled area, the extension to the Visitor Centre facilities at Rosslyn Chapel emerged as a result of increasing pressure to cope with growing visitor numbers and the client requirement to find a balance where visitor numbers did not impact negatively on the Chapel. The new facilities provide sufficient space for coping with large groups of visitors through the provision of space for exhibition, education, retail, café and ancillary/staff accommodation under a green oak frame with pitched roof and side aisles.

The central glazed oak framed volume steps to the south in a parallel form to the existing adjacent 18th century stable outbuildings. Glazed ends which can open up with sliding doors in good weather frame views out to the Esk Valley and Pentland hills and back to Rosslin village.