We provide Retrofit Co-ordination Services

to ensure compliance

with PAS 2035:2019 & PAS 2030:2019

Domestic retrofitting has come to prominence in recent years as part of the drive to make buildings more thermally efficient and sustainable


The Climate Change Act, commits the UK government to reducing carbon emissions in 2020 by 20% compared to 1990, and by 80% in 2050.  These targets will not be possible to achieve without a dramatic improvement in the energy efficiency of the existing building stock.


However, retrofitting involves the careful balancing of different elements and their effects on the overall performance of a building. A change in one part of a building can affect another.  Sometimes this is only apparent after irreversible defects have occurred.


It is very important therefore that risks are understood and managed in a way that is appropriate to each individual project. Standard solutions should not simply be rolled out without proper consideration, and it is vital that care is taken to ensure high quality installation.


As projects increase in size, the scope for client-side risks such as poor quality, poor supply chain coordination, and project overspend, also increase. A retrofit coordinator can be useful in this regard, taking responsibility for overseeing and managing the retrofitting of a building or series of buildings, typically providing effective management and leadership for large-scale retrofit programmes.