As MEP experts, we are perfectly placed to bridge the often-exposing gap between consultant and subcontractor through a comprehensive range of investigative services.
We offer Invasive Surveys & troubleshooting undertaken with the expertise of an MEP subcontractor, but provided with the attention and professionalism expected from a consultant.
Typically, Visual MEP Surveys are conducted by MEP consultants, whilst Invasive Surveys are provided by sub-contractors. Fault finding & troubleshooting often falls between the two. This poses a serious headache for clients; some may not be ready to engage with the supply chain, but require a more detailed review of their Building Services than a consultant conventionally provides. Complex projects require a wealth of expertise and experience. To properly deal with troubleshooting on intricate systems often requires extensive validation work coupled with design comprehension.
At Banyards, we solve this dilemma through our own in-house validation team. By working alongside our design engineers, these teams can provide every type of Survey or inspection that you as a client might need. This could involve inspections of air conditioning, or of design, or of commissioning and validation. Or perhaps it necessitates energy audits, or feasibility studies, or technical appraisals. Whatever it may be, you can rely on us to provide expert advice from an objective perspective.
Our reputation is built on always putting the best interests of our clients first. With us on board, you’ll get everything essential put in writing, from documented site inspection sheets for distribution, to contractors and contract administrators. We organise regular meetings with all parties involved, providing experience-supported advice on quality, design, programme updates, and cost.
We provide the following MEP Surveys:
Plant Performance Testing
Water Quality Testing
Clients, consultants, and contractors regularly come to us for help solving their M&E engineering problems. Whether you need us to identify potential operating problems – or address existing system faults such as improving thermal comfort and indoor air quality, minimising energy consumption and carbon emissions, or training FM staff to maximise system operation efficiency – we’ve got you covered.