An area requiring attention when co-ordinating design with other design team members, we find our approach helps this coordination process.
Research has shown that good design generates economic and social value, the public health sector demonstrates this point. As an example, if you have a well-designed hospital, patients get better quicker or a well-designed school will improve the educational achievement of its pupils. Investing in good design is not just about aesthetics but about the environment in which we live and work.
CES offers a range of public health building services, which centre around the emphasis on making buildings more energy efficient and cost-effective to operate, and sustainable. Our approach is focused on giving best value: we analyse what you want from your building, consider the appropriate design options, and work out what is most appropriate for your location, development and budget, to deliver sustainable business benefits.
To arrange an appointment or for more information about our public health design services, contact us today.