BSE3D are delighted to announce the team have achieved this prestigious accolade from Uptime Institute for Tier 3 design certification for a valued client in the middle east.
The Wellcome Genome Campus is home to two leading institutes as well as innovative genomics and biodata companies, scientific facilities, and a state of the art conference centre.
BSE 3D have been privileged to design a new facility to operate independently focusing on the principles to mitigate the impact we have on the planet by being sustainable as a high priority. The Campus has a mission to improve human health and wellbeing and BSE 3D put sustainability at the heart of our operations and reduce the demands we place upon natural resources.
BSE 3D attended site with the principle contractor, Wates this week to review the building services installation to the newly formed storage facility we have designed the building services for. Good progress has been made by Sotham’s Engineering Services and BJF for the mechanical and electrical services installations with the project nearing completion. The project saw a portion of an existing building on campus refurbished to become a new storage facility. Detailed coordination has been required between all parties through the project to strip out and introduce new services to the zone without effecting the service and functionality of the remainder of the building that sits outside of this project scope. Three new heat pumps have been provided by Mitsubishi Electric to provide domestic hot water and heating together with a full refurbishment and adaptation of existing air handling plant to afford the client both cost and programme savings with a completely new ductwork installation featuring high bay diffusers from Waterloo Air. In addition to new storage facilities, the project includes an office refurbishment, a new LV switchroom for the project featuring a smart new panel from ICW Powermode switchgear. A dedicated DESEAR store has also been provided.
The 17th June saw the finale of a fantastic week of collaboration between schools and local business to enthuse the next generation of Engineers and Scientists in Mid Sussex.
The Mid Sussex Science Week (MSSW) was co-founded by Philip Todd of BSE3D Consulting Engineers and has now been running for 6 years in Haywards Heath despite a break due to Covid. This year was the first visit to Burgess Hill. During the week local companies STEM ambassadors engaged with over 250 primary school pupils across Burgess Hill, helping them develop engineering and science projects. Students represented each school to present and be judged on their weeks work at The Kings Centre on the Friday.
BSE3D helped organise the event and showed the children how to make LED torches and use them for sending messages using Morse code. Friends and colleagues from Broadcast Bionics gave the young technologists an opportunity to find faults in a live radio broadcast and a chance to record their own voice overs as a DJ. Edwards Vacuums showed the effect that a vacuum has on various items including marshmallows – which the children enjoyed eating too! ISG who are currently building the new Woodlands Meed College, had the assistance of the pupils, to create a gigantic 12 foot high tetrahedron structure, while Burgess Hill manufacturer, Bio-Productions, had some fantastic demonstrations bringing biological technology to life. Sally Turner, a team GB Athlete sponsored by BSE3D brought in her bike and some sports equipment to show the children how science and technology are used to help athletes perform better and BSE|FM constructed a heat recovery ventilation unit with the children to ventilate their school classrooms.
Guest of Honour, Mims Davies, Member of Parliament for Mid-Sussex and Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Employment, emphasised how important it is to encourage science, technology, engineering and maths with our young people, especially with Burgess Hill seeing the commencement of a new science and technology park. Mims thanked Philip Todd of BSE3D and Richard Cox of BHBPA and presented the winning school team, Birchwood Primary School, with a magnificent trophy and science-based books courtesy of Canterbury University STEM Hub.
The pupils then enjoyed a spectacular science magic show before being presented with very handsome certificates from Mid Sussex Science Week, officially awarded by the University of Canterbury.
The organisers were delighted to see such enthusiasm in the children who were all keen to share their projects and explain what they had learnt. Sincere thanks to all sponsors – without their generosity this event could not have taken place.
To continue our growth, we have an excellent opportunity for a well-educated Graduate Mechanical Building Services Engineer / Energy Engineer to join a well-established building services consultancy based from our Sussex Office.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate with passion and enthusiasm for building services to enter the field with a leading consultancy firm in the UK. The role offers great training and opportunities with a chance to play a key role in projects for a variety of high-profile UK and International clients.
It is envisaged that the successful candidate will have experience using Autodesk AutoCad and / or Revit.
Our organisation offers a positive and supportive environment while working alongside an experienced engineering team. You will assist our engineers and the Project Directors by using your skillset in the following:
- Produce Mechanical design layouts which are cost effective and meet the clients’ requirements.
- Supporting the delivery of design and assessment in a multi-disciplined environment
- Production of clear and well-presented reports, specifications and other engineering documentation
- Take an active, hands-on role to ensure all engineering problems are resolved thoroughly
- Deliver to agreed timescales
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to discuss across all levels of management
A reasonable commutable distance to Sussex would be an advantage, car owner essential due to our location.
If you are interested please send your CV to email@example.com alternatively please contact our HR department to discuss further on 01444 414 241.
Like many other events due to take place this year, we were devasted when we received notification that the Big Bang Fair South East 2020 was cancelled. Over the years we have seen many marvellous creative innovative designs while assessing and judging at the regional heats, as it plays a big part in our ongoing STEM involvement and was always one of our main highlights of the year!
However, it wasn’t completely gone and instead it went ‘DIGITAL’.
Although the Big Bang Fair was a unique event that gave future scientists and engineers a more hands-on interactive opportunity the new digital version still offers a variety of ways to get involved including pod casts with guest speakers, activities and many other resources to continue inspiring the next generation.
We are now looking forward to next year’s Fair being bigger and better than ever!
Dates for next year are to be confirmed.
Due to Covid-19 all STEM activities with Mid Sussex Science Week are suspended