Project Centre’s qualified CDM coordinators are engineers as well as safety professionals so are in the right place to provide timely, proactive, practical advice on the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007.
We fulfil the CDM coordinator role on a wide range of major and minor construction projects and have the knowledge, experience and resources necessary to ensure successful, safe service delivery regardless of the size or complexity of the construction project.
We advise on safe methods of construction, identify potential risks and offer safe solutions. Our aim is to provide the right amount of documentation to inform other designers and contractors so all are aware of potential hazards and can manage them without harming anyone’s health.
Our CDM coordinators monitor design changes that affect health and safety during the construction phase and at the end of the construction phase our CDM coordinator will review the information supplied in the health and safety file, communicate omissions, collate the responses and handover the completed health and safety file to the client.