Get to know your energy through thermal modelling.

Calculate your way to success with our thermal modelling service, which allows us to calculate the expected energy usage of buildings and systems. Energy modelling gives us valuable insight on the current energy performance of your premises in which we share with our mechanical and electrical engineers to help aid their designs.

In order for us to provide you with a complete plan that benefits the premises, energy modelling lets us deep-dive into when and where your building produces the most and least energy. This information allows us to analyse the affect this may be having on your overall carbon footprint and sustainability efforts.

How can we help?

We’ve helped bring energy costs down across various sectors and types of premises, from museums and sports hall to residential accommodation and churches. There isn’t a building we can’t put our skills towards improving.

Energy modelling in-particular is deeply integrated into our mechanical design engineering skills. Bringing these two skills together provides us further insight into improving your energy usage.

We will start by creating a blueprint or 3D model of your building, simulating the layout of energy usage throughout the premises. From here, our team can make certain decisions to improve the energy performance based on a variety of factors such as orientation, materials, ventilation and heating systems and renewable energy sources.


Other Energy Services We Offer

Our integrated team of energy consultants can also offer:

Energy Consultation

As Energy consultants we’re able to advise on a range of energy solutions to ensure your project yields positive results in both its sustainability efforts, and in saving you costs for the future.

Energy Audit

Our energy consultants will complete in-depth research into your current energy usage and its distribution, where your energy is located and if it could work harder located elsewhere.

Dynamic thermal modelling

Dynamic Simulation Modelling helps to identify the building performance over time, down to its hourly operations. There are two categories to this: Dynamic Energy Modelling and Dynamic Thermal Modelling.

Dynamic Thermal Modelling helps us predict how the interior of the building responds to external factors such as sunlight/sun path, weather conditions and external shading. This helps to evaluate the current designs, especially the building envelope material and passive technologies to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of the building users.

Dynamic Energy Modelling help predict the energy consumption of a building under the available systems/design. Through this analysis and our expertise in building services/MEP designs, we are able to guide on how to achieve the set energy and Carbon reduction targets in the most cost effective manner.

Daylight simulation

Through analysing the distribution of daylight in a room, we can help evaluate passive building properties such as window placement, material (window) characteristics and interior divisions. Most importantly this simulation help guide the lighting design and to identify the requirements for daylight sensors.

Being skilled in both types of simulation we can quickly run various scenarios to find the optimum design solution.

Installation Management

It can be a daunting task to keep track of on-going projects and installations with such complexities such as overhauling the foundations in which your building produces energy.

As part of our work, we create clear documentation that outlines precisely how products and structures should be completed, so there’s no stone left unturned. Our equipment schedules have an important place not just to ensure the job is completed with accuracy but ensure the longevity of your sustainability efforts.


We are experienced in working at BIM Level 2 and are comfortable working alongside architects, interior designers, structural engineers and so on.

In order to create a design that is highly detailed and clear to all parties to not only cut costs and lose time, but to ensure projects are finished on their completion date to a standard that we expect to see.

RIBA Stages

When working on a complex project that involves heating, water, gas and electricity, it is vital that proper steps are taken to ensure safety, and the overall goals of the client.

RIBA stages ensure a smooth work flow with a clear road map that can be followed by multiple skillsets as part of the project.