What they say

What our clients say

‘MCA have worked as M&E consultants for Thakeham over the last 7 years on a diverse range of projects including a primary school, mixed use residential, retirement living and multi-storey developments. MCA is always a pleasure to work with and they work diligently and effectively with the wider design team to deliver high quality designs with careful consideration to the brief to ensure that the end result is always to the highest standards.’

Clive Cannings, Head of Technical/Building Innovation – Thakeham


‘MCA always provide a first-class service, from initial enquiry through to project design and handover. They respond to enquiries promptly, provide a courteous and comprehensive service whilst still being competitive within their market, all of which are clear signs of a well-run business.’

Martin Steele, Architect


‘MCA and Berkeley Homes enjoy a long-established working relationship spanning over 15 years. The team at MCA have successfully delivered numerous projects in that time and are considered to be one of our core Consultants for M&E designs on all types of projects. MCA provide expert advice and produce efficient, cost-effective designs to a high standard of detail and quality. The Engineers are all experts in their field and are able to communicate design intent and technical matters in layman’s terms when required. MCA are a solution focussed business and always meet the brief on time, on quality and on budget.’

James McCrae, Technical Director – Berkeley Homes (Southern) Ltd.


‘We have been using MCA for many years for both standard and complex projects and have always found them to be professional, reactive and supportive of our objectives as a client. Most of all we find them easy to deal with which explains why we continue to place repeat business with them time after time.’

Richard Bateman, Technical Director – Taylor Wimpey (South Thames)


‘MCA took up the challenge presented by the prominence of the exposed internal services of the building with enthusiasm, by planning and delivering a services design that met every expectation.
The early decision to provide core building services from above by using suspension systems to deliver heating, cooling, lighting, power and data allowed them to form a notional ceiling within the vaulted space created by the exposed portal frame structure. This was exploited by MCA to provide a higher level of internal performance and flexibility than might otherwise have been achieved through more conventional delivery systems, to the benefit of all involved in the project.’

Robert Thornton, Architect.