Our services include:
- Sustainability option studies
- Condition surveys and reports
- Design services to new and existing buildings
- Project management
- Advice on all M&E issues
- Building services consultants
- Historic buildings consultants
- Listed building consultants
- Mechanical engineering services
- Electrical engineering services
- Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF)
Martin Thomas Associates is a consultancy practice providing mechanical, electrical, public health and sustainable engineering for a wide range of private and public sector clients covering historic, listed, educational, institutional, commercial, residential and ecclesiastical buildings.
Historic Listed Building Consultants
The Practice was established in 1998 and has secured work with many respected clients on high profile buildings and their environs. The success of the practice is confirmed by securing repeat business from existing clients and by recommendation from respected professionals.
The Directors, Associates and staff at MTA are qualified and experienced in their relevant disciplines and have been involved in integrating building services into all manner of buildings, both historic and modern.
Modern building services design involves a multitude of different engineering skills and MTA has experts in all the disciplines needed to design today’s complex buildings. We work closely with other members of the project team in order to achieve the high degree of integration and coordination essential to facilitate the construction process.
Our aim is to design energy efficient integrated building services which take into account the functional requirements of the building and the need to incorporate sustainability options with systems that provide ease of use and maintainability for the end user.
“Now the dust is settling on the amazing project for the reinterment of King Richard III, I wanted to write to you as someone who was involved as one of our key contractors during that period. We have received numerous expressions of thanks and good wishes at the Cathedral, and on behalf of the city and county relating to all aspects of the project, not least the craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into the physical works carried out in the Cathedral to make it all possible. We feel ourselves to have been exceptionally fortunate in those we have worked with, both professionally and personally. My thanks go to you and all in your team for what we have achieved together.“
The Very Reverend David Monteith
Dean of Leicester