Mechanical services at CCS relies on the principle that every operation needed to produce the final output should be of superior value; a process with considerations which extend across the Whole-of-Life elements of the HVAC system including system alternatives, initial concept, design, installation, testing, commissioning, operation, maintenance, decommissioning and eventual disposal. It is a theory whereby a high quality project can be described by such terms as ease in understanding building information models and conflicts within drawings and specifications, economics of construction, ease of operation, ease of maintenance, good indoor air quality (IAQ), energy efficiency, occupancy comfort and process function, and system resilience. It is a concept used throughout our business that also extends to customers and suppliers. It aims to improve the standard and level of inputs, outputs, innovations and efficiencies of products, processes and services associated with the full scope of our work.

Our commitment to quality is achieved through maintaining this whole-of-life perspective; exceeding compliance with statutory requirements, codes, standards and guidelines; seeking accreditation and industry involvement; setting up quality management protocols, and a system with the aim of eliminating defective work; and clearly defining roles and responsibilities for managing quality. Project strategies and objectives include a commitment:

Professional development, leadership and technical integrity of quality

In developing and maintaining our systems from initial concept and design through to eventual decommissioning and disposal, CCS follows industry standards determined by the technical and quality standards and systems described in handbooks, guidelines, specifications and application manuals of industry acknowledged Institutions, Societies and Authorities. These include but are not limited to: