Our Corporate Social Responsibility

Consolux acknowledges its corporate role within a wider community of interests.
We recognise our responsibility to play some small part in improving the wellbeing of our staff and associates together with all those influenced by our decision making.

Furthermore as the building services and construction sector has a proportionately greater significant environmental and social impact, we understand the importance of us playing our part to help reduce our environmental impact as a business as well as the need to support our local communities who are influenced by and are participants in our professional practice.

  • We are committed to the ongoing training and development of our staff as an accredited Investor in People
  • We have an ongoing relationship with our nominated charity, KIND (Kids In Need and Distress) whose flagship centre is near to our northern office in Liverpool we would encourage you to support www.kind.org.uk


In addition, we are delighted to support a number of local business and community inititiatives throughout the year, details of which follow.


Sunflowers is a cancer support charity based in Aigburth, Liverpool. They provide a unique, completely free support service to anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer, as well as families and loved ones. Support is tailored to the needs of each individual who comes in, and includes advice and guidance services, counselling, alternative therapies and group support sessions in a welcoming and safe environment. Sunflowers also acts as a hub through which people can make friends and undertake leisure activities – ranging from choral groups and art classes to dragon boat racing!

The group is chaired by Consolux’s Managing Director David Connell, who has worked with the charity over the last two years.


Bond Street Association

With over 35 years experience of building services specification, design and facilities management, we are privileged to have worked extensively with many of the specialist retailers, businesses and residents in the Bond Street district of London.

We are delighted to support the aims and activities of the Bond Street Association and look forward to being of continued service to its Members and all those who contribute to the unique and enduring appeal of the area.


European Capital of Culture 2008

Internationally-acclaimed classical guitar duo The Katona Twins performed in Liverpool this April in a unique concert sponsored by Consolux M&E Consulting and organised by the city's Honorary Hungarian Consul Dr. Andrew Zsigmond to mark Liverpool's official year as European Capital of Culture 2008.

The Hungarian-born twins, Peter and Zoltán, have given recitals throughout the world including performances at the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Purcell Room of the Royal Festival Hall and Wigmore Hall in London. The Liverpool performance took place in the magnificent surroundings of the newly-refurbished Small Concert Room at St. George's Hall on the 25th April in a thrilling performance accompanied by the Carducci String Quartet which celebrated the music of Venice and Buenos Aires in a programme of works by Vivaldi and Piazzolla.

Dr Andrew Zsigmond, Hon. Hungarian Consul (l); Mr David G. Connell, Consolux M&E Consulting (centre) and Prof. Phil Redmond (r) at the Katona Twins concert, St. George's Hall, Liverpool; April 2008.

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