Swithland Systems
  • "Bristol Airport engaged Swithland Systems to develop a technical specification for a replacement fire alarm system for the main terminal building. Working alongside the Engineering Team, Alvin and Simon developed a detailed understanding of our requirements and provided technical expertise throughout the tender process. They reviewed and approved the detailed designs for the new system and oversaw the installation, ensuring current standards were met at all times. Once the installation was completed they assisted in reviewing project documentation, advised on variations and conducted a full technical inspection of the system. Bristol Airport have been extremely impressed with the technical knowledge and support provided and have subsequently engaged Swithland Systems to carry out detailed designs for a new fire alarm system within the Air Traffic Control Tower and provide technical expertise for current development projects."
    • Fraser Dury – Head of Engineering, Bristol Airport

  • "We have worked with Swithland on many occasions in recent years, and they have never failed to deliver a satisfactory outcome to our requirements in a professional and timely manner. We have every confidence in their ability and advice with regards to our Fire Safety Systems which are critical to the operations of our business. It is our intention to maintain the relationship that has developed."
    • Paul Seeyave - Heathrow Express

  • "Swithland have provided the Honeywell Fire Systems design team with excellent support during the Heathrow T2 design phases and are a valued member of our team. We are confident in the services they provide and shall continue to call them in to support us in future phases of the works."
    • Paul Boyce - Honeywell Building Services
  • "As the Scott Wilson MEP design manager for the new Farringdon Crossrail Station, I engaged Swithland Systems LLP for the RIBA Design Stages D&E for the Fire Alarm Systems, which they duly delivered to a strict programme, to the highest quality and in accordance with the onerous railway standards. Although Swithland were an external resource, they performed very much as part of the in-house Scott Wilson design team, working closely and proactively with the other disciplines to resolve issues and to ensure all interfaces with the other MEP services were fully addressed, along with the adjacent Thameslink and LUL stations at Farringdon and Barbican, to enable a fully co-ordinated design of all the services to be produced. In my new role as a Director of a recently formed consultancy, I would have no hesitation in employing the services of Swithland again, and I look forward to working with them on future projects."
    • Howard Augustus - AugustusHam Consulting Ltd (Formally URS Scott Wilson)