CDM Co-ordination and Risk Assessment

On completion of the civil and electrical/earthing design phase and prior to mobilisation to site to commence on-site works, Risk Assessments and Method Statements will be provided as part of Enviko’s role as designated CDM and Health and Safety co-ordinator.

If you are installing a renewable energy system then the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 place a number of health and safety related duties and obligations on you which Enviko can help with.

These obligations include to:

  • Appoint only advisors and/or companies that are competent to carry out the role for which they were engaged and that they are adequately resourced to do so.
  • Ensure that the appointments are made early enough in the process.
  • Allow sufficient time for each stage of the project, from concept onwards.
  • Check to ensure that adequate management arrangements and welfare facilities are in place and that those arrangements are maintained throughout the construction process.
  • Provide information likely to be needed and co-operate with everyone involved.
  • Make the requisite appointments of CDM Coordinator and Principal Contractor.
  • Ensure that the construction phase does not start until the Principal Contractor has prepared a suitable Construction Phase Plan.
  • Make sure that the Health & Safety File is prepared, reviewed or updated ready for handover at the end of the project.

The Regulation mostly requires you to ensure that a number of things are done rather than actually do them yourself and this is where the Enviko comes in.

Enviko has the requisite training and experience to carry out the role of CDM Co-ordinator. We have successfully guided hundreds of construction clients through these statutory duties and obligations.

wind Turbine Selection and Procurement

Turbine Selection and Procurement Turbine procurement is one of the most important aspects of a wind energy development. Turbines may represent up to 80% of the capital cost of a wind farm and their reliability and long-term power output are crucial to the financial performance of the project.

It is important to secure not only an acceptable price, but also the right guarantees, delivery and performance bonds and specific guarantees on aspects of performance governed by planning conditions, such as noise.

We have long-standing contacts with all the major manufacturers. Acting on behalf of owners, investors and banks, Enviko draws on years of experience to offer a comprehensive array of commercial and management services.

Whether planning, acquiring, operating, re-powering or selling a wind farm, Enviko can offer clients a range of skills and experience – from essential project services such as due diligence, through to adding value by way of project lifetime support.

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+44 (0)20 8816 7631
+44 (0)131 335 0032