Extensive Experience Across Industry
Established in 2003, we work alongside some of the largest contractors and developers in the industry and provide building services engineering design solutions.
We utilise the latest technology and a highly skilled workforce to provide building services that are sustainable and fully integrated into the building structure.
Drawing from extensive experience within the design and build Mechanical, HVAC and Electrical services industry, our staff has the ability and resources available to provide a total engineering solution.
Rob Davies, Managing Director
A founder director of Auxilium, Rob has worked in the industry for over 25 years. He previously worked for Crown House Technologies as a project manager and design team leader until Auxilium was established in 2003. He is an incorporated mechanical engineer, an associate member of CIBSE and holds a masters degree in business administration (MBA).
He is strong advocate of vocational training having come through an apprenticeship training himself and feels it is an invaluable way of nurturing talent. He said “our greatest challenge in the business is finding good engineers, we can easily find qualified engineers but trying to find individuals with practical knowledge and common sense is difficult. It is for this reason we tend to train our own engineers and mould them to be multi- disciplined and diverse engineers capable of tackling the most complicated projects. The future is very exciting and we have seen a substantial increase in turnover and opportunities in the last 12 months and we are hoping to continue our development as a leading consultancy practice that delivers above expectations”.
Mike Smith, Director
A founder director of Auxilium, Mike has worked in the industry for 33 years starting as an apprentice electrician with Crown House Technologies. Mike continued his development with Crown House Technologies through Approved Electrician, Supervisor and Technician grades and was promoted to become a staff Electrical Engineer. Mike became responsible for the design, installation, testing, commissioning and handover of electrical engineering services for design and build contracts for Crown House Engineering.
Mike completed a HNC in Building Services Electrical Engineering and has completed his HV operational and power systems protection training with SWEB in Taunton. Mike also became the NICEIC Principal Duty Holder and Qualified Supervisor for Crown House Technologies. He said “what separates us from traditional MEP consultants is that we are construction orientated engineers who have previously been responsible for the on-site delivery of engineering services. We are practical MEP services engineers who have then developed and trained to become consulting engineers. We understand the build process and influence MEP designs to integrate seamlessly into a buildings structure and fabric, resulting in engineering systems which can be safely installed, commissioned and maintained whilst remaining affordable, delivered on time and also meeting and exceeding the client’s expectations and aspirations.”.
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