KJ Tait Engineers have the resources and experience in the design, simulation and analysis of daylight and sunlight assessment to accurately predict and show the behaviou...
KJ Tait Engineers have the resources and experience in the design, simulation and analysis of daylight and sunlight assessment to accurately predict and show the behaviour of daylight and sunlight both internally and externally to a development.READ MORE
KJ Tait Engineers have a long and successful track record of innovative quality design of Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health (MEP) engineering services solutions for buildings and infrastructure.READ MORE
KJ Tait Engineers has offered facilities management services since 1996 and as a result our qualified team currently provides facilities support to 120 premises throughout the UK.READ MORE
Our portfolio contains a variety of projects in all sectors throughout the United Kingdom. Projects of all scales and sizes are undertaken, including new buildings, refurbishment, term contracts and minor works as well as facilities management, energy audits and planned maintenance.
There are six Directors within KJ Tait Engineers who between them have 170 years’ design experience in the construction industry. Under their management, the company has grown from a single office location in Scotland to six offices throughout the UK.
All our Directors are hands on and together with highly skilled senior engineers and support staff, take ownership of each project from inception to completion. We listen to our Clients to deliver a design in line with their needs and understand the importance of meeting deadlines and cost plans.
The Directors have always placed a strong emphasis on innovation and keeping abreast with new technologies and the company has developed specialist departments to enhance our design service. These include: Engineering Facilities Management, BREEAM, Energy and Sustainability and more recently are developing Daylighting and Wellbeing expertise.
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) were introduced by the government in April 2018, with an aim to combat fuel poverty and reducing CO2 emissions. The guidelines...