At Lowe & Oliver we offer a specialist electrical and mechanical design service for refurbishments, extensions and developments in a range of property sectors. Our experienced design engineers can design and implement a complete electrical and mechanical infrastructure to any development, incorporating; lighting, power distribution, communication devices, detection systems, alarms, sophisticated building control systems, heating ventilation air-conditioning and energy saving systems.
We create integrated systems that attain the results you need using the most efficient materials, wiring network and power sources. Many of our projects involve highly complex electrical networks, and building services with bespoke designs created for historic churches, museums, university campuses and large public and private buildings.
Our range of design competencies allow us to offer all of the following solutions, supported by the latest AutoCAD applications.
- Analysis of existing infrastructure, including fault risk, protection studies and network analysis.
- Mechanical systems, including gas, boilers, generators, air-conditioning, photovoltaic (PV) panels, solar thermal CHP and heat pump systems.
- Distribution networks.
- Indoor and outdoor lighting design.
- Heat and smoke detection systems.
- Fire alarms and automated firefighting systems, such as sprinklers and fire doors.
- Intruder detection and security services.
- Door and window access.
- Control systems with mobile device integration.
- Complex building management systems.
Why Choose Lowe & Oliver?
We find that involving our designers in project planning from the early stages often leads to benefits in cost and time savings. This also ensures that both safety and top quality design remain high priorities.
Our technical drawings – from first concept to full specification – are all produced in-house, using advanced AutoCAD software. All designs meet the appropriate industry and quality standards, including those of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IET) and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), among others.