Smith Consult

We design and project manage building solutions

Smith Consult are a building services consultancy providing design and project management solutions across all business sectors. We provide excellent customer service delivering projects on time and on budget.

Smith Consult are committed to sustainable engineering and low carbon targets. Our designs are energy aware and efficient and we provide a comprehensive energy advice service

Latest News

A couple of recently completed projects at Smith Consult which we are really pleased to share.

The new music department at Leweston School in Sherbourne, Dorset is set in a beautiful Grade II listed School building, where modern school requirements had to be in keeping with the 18th Century Building.

New IT Labs have been finished at the University of Bristol MVB building. A £2.7 million development to provide flexible teaching and study space.

Great to see Practical Completion achieved on our project in Queen Square in the centre of Bristol. This was a smashing project to work on and saw a complete building refurbishment to create sleek new office space finished to a very high spec.

Who we are

Smith Consult brings over 25 years of experience in all aspects of building services engineering. We provide a practical approach – we like to know how things will work and we like technology.

What we do

  • Building services design and coordination
  • 3D Building Information Modelling
  • Project Management
  • Lighting design and planning
  • Energy advice
  • Surveys
  • Report and advisory work
  • Construction monitoring and supervision
  • Feasibility studies
  • Pre-acquisition, condition and dilapidation reports
  • Cost control
  • Planned maintenance
  • Asset registers
  • Record drawings
  • Operating and maintenance manuals
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Project name: 10 Priory Road
|| Location: Bristol

|| Description: University of Bristol refurbished teaching space

|| Developer/Client: Bristol University
|| Main Contractor: Bray and Slaughter
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