SWH provides a range of CDM services as part of our ongoing relationship with The White Brasserie Company, supporting the fit out and opening of new restaurants.
The White Brasserie Company has opened a series of new restaurants, which has involved the refurbishment and fitting out of various premises, including those with complex listed elements or that have been disused or unmaintained, which may have additional hazards onsite. The fit outs must be to a high standard, as per all White Brasserie dinning establishments.
SWH acts as Principal Designer. We provide expert advice and guidance in line with the CDM2015 regulations from project inception through to completion, ensuring regulation compliance, reviewing drawings and specifications offering advice and guidance. SWH will collate all preconstruction information and attend design team meetings when required. At the end of the design stage, SWH will prepare a Preconstruction Information document (PCI).
Once designs are finalised, SWH will assist with reviewing the Principal Contractor’s Construction Phase Plan, ensuring it is suitable, sufficient and that there are adequate arrangements in place to ensure for a safe construction phase. To assist the client, SWH will also raise the HSE F10 notification.
Throughout the project, SWH will continue to liaise with the Principal Contractor to gather and collate all the relevant health and safety file information.
At the end of a restaurant refit project, SWH will issue the health and safety file, along with other relevant construction documentation at handover to the client, as per the CDM 2015 regulations.
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