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Building Services Engineering

Building Services Engineering

Dome design the services which enable your building to fulfill its intended function. From heating and cooling systems, electrical infrastructure and drainage through to lighting control systems, we take your brief and make it a reality, enabling you to concentrate on your core business. We are a specialist boutique design consultancy. We therefore offer our clients a more bespoke service, which is grounded in a close working partnership.

Electrical Engineering Design

Whether in a residential or commercial building, electricity is the unseen workhorse, enabling end user applications to perform. At Dome Engineering Design, we take care of the ‘how?’ for our clients. Starting with the electrical infrastructure, power distribution systems and electrical switching equipment, our aim is to provide our clients with a system that works effectively and efficiently.


Environmental responsibility is at the forefront of our clients’ agendas. We approach every project with a view to providing a high quality scheme, whilst reducing their carbon emissions wherever possible. For example, both interior and exterior lighting schemes are designed to make use of innovative technologies. One example of this is as LED lighting; balancing energy efficiency with high lux levels. In addition, using cutting edge lighting control systems, we make it possible for our clients to maximise controllability and energy efficiency.


Within any built environment, electrical resilience is key. However, this is heightened within the commercial sector where building service functionality becomes mission critical. With this in mind, we design each electrical installation to protect against power loss. One way of achieving this is to combine Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) technologies to seamlessly kick in during loss of mains supply, with back-up generators to ensure continued supply for the duration of the outage. Our clients are able to concentrate on their core business, knowing that their power requirements have been safeguarded.

When designing a building’s electrical installation it is, of course, important to consider what will happen if things go wrong. In the event of a fire, for instance, effective emergency lighting and fire detection and alarm systems, can be the difference between life and death for building inhabitants. We ensure that we remain abreast of industry developments in this area, as well as legislative changes. This consultative approach provides our clients with the peace of mind they need to concentrate on their business objectives.


Dome Engineering Design ensure that we remain at the leading edge of our market. Additionally, we apply an innovative approach to our design when using existing technology. With this solution led methodology, we provide our clients with a quality consultative experience.

Mechanical Engineering Design

We are well versed in the intricacies of heating, cooling, refrigeration, extraction and building management systems. We work in collaboration with our clients to design the systems needed to keep their building both comfortable and functional.

Our primary goal is to design a system which is easy to operate, is economically and environmentally sound, and which requires the minimum amount of ongoing maintenance.

In addition to working with new buildings, we have extensive experience working with existing installations, bringing them up to date and fit for modern day use. Often, this process starts with a condition survey to assess the current situation. We then recommend a program of works to suit both the desired outcome and the client’s budget.

Public Health Engineering Design

Dome Engineering Design have seen a huge culture shift in the way that we view water-based waste. With sustainability becoming increasingly important, rainwater harvesting and grey water recycling are rising in popularity.

Using rainwater for things such as toilet flushing/hand washing etc not only saves on water bills, but is also softer, causing less scaling and furring of mechanical plant. More widely, using rainwater for functions other than drinking, saves on the carbon footprint associated with producing clear water.

Hot & Cold Water Systems

Grey Water

Rainwater Harvesting

Building Services Engineering 1st March 2018