What do we mean by Technical Solutions?
Mechanical and electrical contractors are often faced with installation challenges and require a supplier with technical expertise to help provide the needed solutions.
Here at MIDFIX, we work collaboratively with customers to offer the M&E industry a unique service. Using the latest software and technology, our complete in-house design, engineering, and fabrication services provide UK-wide contractors with high quality support solutions to installation challenges, which reduce risk, waste, and time.
Engagement with MIDFIX’s design service begins with the initial design stage. Here, we work with you to understand your challenges and produce a bespoke engineered design to meet your requirements. The design team is equipped with the latest software to accommodate working with all file types such as Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD, etc.Click to find out more
Prefabrication is simply taking traditional processes offsite that can be executed in our dedicated facility. Moving site processes into an efficient workshop environment invariably reduces project time, cost, risk, and waste. From cutting and drilling through to welding, coating, and assembly, we can provide all the elements of prefabrication with project management in house. Quality is key. Whether it is simply cutting channel and stud, through to complex structures and supports, our team is passionate about providing quality and accuracy at every stage of the process.Click to find out more
What does this mean for the M&E contractor?
In summary, MIDFIX combines design, engineering and in-depth industry understanding of products to provide bespoke solutions to suit individual client requirements and specifications. These services include:
- Site feasibility visits
- Engineered Design
- Anchor selection, testing and training
- Prefabrication and offsite manufacturing
The key benefits include:
- Cost effective solutions
- Increased on-site safety
- Minimised waste
- Increase quality
- Project deadlines achieved
- Compliance to standards and best practice