CDM Regulations 2015

At Willett Food Projects, we work in compliance with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) and can act as your principal designer and principal contractor.

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Designing factories for over 20 years

We've been designing food factories for over 20 years, and have been acting as a principal contractor since 2007. Our blend of engineering, health and safety and food factory expertise means we can identify and manage risks across the spectrum.

What is a principal designer?

As a CDM 2015 principal designer, we take responsibility for identifying and managing any potential risks that could arise during the design phase of a project. But in the food manufacturing sector, principal designer duties go beyond health and safety knowledge – the role also requires a practical understanding of how food factories work. 

Our engineers, designers and construction specialists have health and safety training and extensive experience in food manufacturing. So, you're in safe hands at every stage of the project.

What is a principal contractor?

We manage the construction phase of a project – ensuring all work is carried out safely and to a high standard. Our principal contractor duties include coordinating the various contractors involved and ensuring all work adheres to the CDM 2015 regulations. In our many years of acting as a principal contractor, we've had zero reportable accidents and our site managers hold the most up-to-date certifications. 

As food factory specialists, we understand the challenges of undertaking a project while maintaining product integrity in all parts of your production facility. So, if you're looking for a partner who understands the engineering requirements of a project, alongside the need to uphold food safety and health and safety regulations, we can help.

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