Welcome to our new team members!
28 January 2022
A warm welcome to our new starters Kevin Shelley, Elena Andreou, Tim Wilcockson, Nuria Fernandez Lopez, and Konstantinos Megagianni.
Kevin joins us as an Associate in the Oxford office with over 30 years’ experience in the industry and has worked on a diverse range of projects in the UK, Europe and Middle East. Having worked at all levels and stages of construction projects, Kevin fully understands the activities associated with complex building services and infrastructure installations.
As part of the move from Enhabit, Elena, Tim, Nuria, and Kostantinos, have joined our QODA Net Zero team.
Elena joins us as a Senior Sustainability Engineer and has been involved in the design and construction of low energy projects, both new build and renovations, including Passivhaus and Enerphit projects. She is qualified as a CORE Retrofit Coordinator and specializes in MCHR designs.
As a Senior Building Physics Consultant, Tim is a keen champion of all things sustainable with a focus on Passivhaus design and works to support clients and local authorities in their initiatives to build or refurbish buildings to a warmer, healthier, and more sustainable level. He has worked on multiple decarbonisation projects, advising on Net Zero Carbon targets, and has subsequently compiled a report on practical steps towards zero carbon in response to the proposed Future Homes Standard 2050.
Nuria joins us as a Senior Sustainability Engineer and has over 10 years’ experience within the construction industry. She specialised in sustainable construction and Passivhaus standard. She has worked on a variety of projects providing energy strategies and analysis, airtightness detailing, modelling and calculations, as well as acting as Passivhaus consultant.
As a Senior Building Physics Consultant, Konstantinos provides valuable research and analysis for each project, supporting the team with his considerable technical and communication skills. He specialises in energy strategy, energy modelling tasks (PHPP, SAP), daylight design, hygrothermal performance assessments (WUFI) renewable energy systems, heating and hot water systems, and ventilation systems.