Holloway Partnership was established around 1939 which makes us one of the oldest building services consulting engineering practices in Wales.

We design mechanical, electrical and public health engineering systems and provide services from feasibility studies and building analysis through to resident engineers, commissioning and handover training.

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About

Having been established for so many years the practice has seen trends come and go but our business has always been based on ethical principles.

In the 1970’s The Partnership established an engineering installation business, J. G. Proger, but Mr. Holloway would not permit the two businesses to work on the same projects so there could be no accusations of unfair practices.

This is an example of the way we continue to run our business with an expectation of fairness and respect both to and from those we work with.

Our engineers have worked on a range of projects across the UK and Europe in both the private and public sectors. They have worked on projects valued from a few thousand pounds up to £120 million but the level of service, quality and delivery is the same whatever the scale.

We have developed specialist knowledge and skills in working with existing buildings, including those with listed, heritage or conservation status, through development of long standing client relationships.

Our people are the most important part of the service we provide and they tend to stay with us because of the way we work and the range of projects we work on.

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Sustainable Design

The Partnership recognises the environmental implications of new construction or refurbishment, and the reduction of energy consumption and carbon emissions is important in any design. Lower energy buildings make good business sense as they are generally more cost effective to operate.

We believe our involvement in a project at the earliest possible stage is important to successfully optimise low energy design whether it be assisting with site selection, building orientation, daylighting or solar control, thermal performance, natural ventilation or the mechanical and electrical services systems.

Having made the building as good as it can be and designed energy efficient low carbon services systems we can also assess the potential for the integration of renewable energy technologies based on technical and economic benefit analysis.

We are specialists in the survey and analysis of existing buildings, in particular those with listed, heritage or conservation status, to assess their potential for energy and carbon emission reductions. We work with owners, developers and architects to assess the most cost-effective methods to improve the performance of buildings.

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