Prodesign is an innovative firm of consulting engineers and has been in the forefront of embracing new technology and in the understanding of the advantages of green buildings. Indeed, working with both public and private sector entities for the last 22 years, it can now proudly claim to be the local leader in Mechanical, Electrical and Public health (MEP) Engineering and green-building design. In fact, Prodesign was the first company in Mauritius to register a project with the USBGC for LEED certification, back in 2008. Since then, the company has been working closely with the USGBC to include aspects of the local situation, for example legislation and regulations, in the considerations the USBGC uses in assessing LEED credit levels and this has increased the possibility of making realistic attempts to secure higher-level accreditation.
Over the last 10 years and with the experience gained in four projectssubmitted for LEED certification, Prodesign has developed the skills and expertise required to achieve LEED certification to a degree which is unique in Mauritius.
There’s nothing like external recognition – Prodesign won the Mauritius Business Excellence Awards 2011 in the medium-sized business category and was first again in the Innovation category at the 2013 Afrasia Tecoma Awards.
Prodesign prides itself on being able to deliver what clients are looking for on time and within budget. It is a well-run company, prepared to invest in staff training and in the latest technologic supports. It seeks to lead in its fields of activities and is constantly on the lookout for innovative approaches. It enjoys the challenges that the building industry presents and, above all, seeks to not only provide what clients are looking for but to exceed their expectations. It even takes on the headache of building regulations on clients’ behalf! It has become a bye-word in the industry for integrity and reliability. There is nothing more satisfying to the Prodesign team than customer satisfaction.
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