Product development is a vital part of the built environment. Ensuring planning drawings are turned into a final product focused on the end user.

Homes, offices and industries are now becoming more and more complicated with various types of technologies being utilized in an ever-demanding energy efficient manner.

With approved documents such as part L conservation of power more products are entering the marketplace which work hand in hand with other industries to ensure new buildings outperform in energy efficiency. For example, air tightness membrane will have an impact on the mechanical ventilation and extract system, as air leakage from the superstructure will impact on the efficiency of the ventilation system due to the fans having to work harder to ensure there is a negative pressure (or positive pressure in some systems) to remove moist or stale air from the building.

Identifying the relationships between all the product and understanding how all these seemingly unrelated building products work in unison is a vital part of modern building techniques, which intelligence project management excels at.

Because we understand the products we can add or omit items from an under specified or over specified scope of works to engineer a truly value engineered solution to save time, wastage, money and overall have a better product for your end user.