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Since the firms foundation over 50 years ago the in-house Design Team has been a key part of LMH Engineering Ltd. Over that period the team has moving from design and shop drawings to 2D to Auto CAD and more recently to BIM.


Key to the success of the LMH Design Team is the onboarding process for new employees who benefit from knowledge passed down through the generations. This is combined with a constant drive within the team to push forward exploring new processes and state of the art software especially in the area of BIM and 3D. Outlined below is a summary of some of the items designed in house:

  • Bulk handling equipment conveyors
  • Hoppers
  • Mechanical drives equipped on drive assemblies
  • Piping and services
  • Access systems consisting of walkways, ladders, stairs, and mezz floors
  • Weathering maintenance canopies
  • MEP racking/containment
  • Main steel and secondary support steel
  • Liquid handling tanks
  • Bridges

All of the above are carried out in a variety of different materials such as mild steel and stainless steel, with a full range of finishes. and can all be designed/modelled to be viewed in realistic imagery to have a feel for exactly what the end product will look like.

  1. Design Capabilities
  2. Team Experience & Structure
  3. Site Surveying & Scanning
  4. Coordination & Engineering
  5. DFMA Strategy, Modular Design
  6. QAQC – Design Checklists
  7. Collaboration
  8. Managing and fulfilling
  9. Systems & software
  10. Accreditation