Isabel has a degree in Physics, a teaching certificate and a Masters’ in the Environmental Design of Buildings where her dissertation examined the potential socio-economic and environmental impacts of hotels in St Lucia adopting renewable energy. She previously worked for some of the UK’s most inspiring engineering firms, including Max Fordham’s, and was Greenpeace’s representative in the Caribbean. She has over ten years’ experience in the construction industry and a similar amount as a teacher. She has been a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Art, Greenwich University and UCL.
Harry has a degree in Physics (and Philosophy) and a Masters’ in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems. He has over 10 years’ experience in the construction, off-shore wind and entertainment industries. Amongst other things he has worked on the design and assembly of temporary structures and safety systems, given technical-rescue training, installed and serviced mechanical ventilation systems in glass structures, and fitted anemometry to weather stations for the wind power industry.
Some interesting projects we have worked on in previous incarnations…Edinburgh City Council’s Design and Construction Guide, daylight design for the National Trust HQ, the design and construction of Glastonbury climbing wall, a talk on school pupils and post occupancy evaluation given at the CIBSE Technical Symposium, developing the blueprint for Energy Action Areas in London and thermal simulations for MAXXI.