The principal designer has responsibility for co-ordination of health and safety during the project’s pre-construction phase. One of the key changes introduced by the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) is replacement of the role of CDM co-ordinator with a principal designer.
The reason for the change is to give responsibility for design phase health and safety to an individual who has the ability to influence the design. We are pleased to offer this service in addition to our other architectural duties.
As your principal designer, we will offer specialist CDM advice to:
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