When services engineers get involved at the very start of the project, the results can be impressive. A record-breaking office block in Leeds, which eschews “green bling”, provides the proof says Andy Pearson

– Building Services Journal

KSA is a consultancy that showed how it treats projects as a collaboration with clients and design team partners

– H&V News Awards

They are team players and contributors to the project who get involved in the overall development and management of the project, as well as providing novel and new operational concepts.

– John Woodward, Director – The Tank Museum

King Shaw’s pioneering approach to environmental design formed the bedrock for the creation of the highest ever BREEAM rated building. Their wisdom enabled the team to create a wonderful building that sets new standards for the working environment.

– Richard Roberts, RIO Architects, Architect for the Innovate Green Office

King Shaw Associate’s innovative use of fabric ducts in the RSC’s Courtyard Theatre has been a great success. Visually they are extremely pleasing, they give a much softer feeling to the auditorium than conventional exposed ductwork. They were extremely quick to install and are totally silent in operation. I am certain they will be used again in similar circumstances where aesthetics and high performance are issues.

– Simon Harper, RSC Redevelopment Director

This project demonstrates the value of housing associations working alongside other partners to deliver innovative homes that achieve the government’s agenda of sustainable, high density, energy conscious design.

– Andrea Taylor, Director, Swaythling Housing Society

The light in the school is calm & tranquil, but also changing in mood throughout the day as the sun moves around the building.

– Gill Sutcliffe, Headteacher, St Nicholas C of E Primary School