Chris is a new addition to the St. Albans M&E team, having started in September 2017. He has extensive knowledge working on high-end mixed use residential developments, as well as museums, heritage projects and schools.
Chris brings a diverse selection of additional skillsets to Bryden Wood these include; Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) analysis, daylight and lifecycle analysis, advanced thermal dynamic modelling as well as working knowledge and integration of low to zero carbon technologies.
Some of the key projects Chris has worked on involved the Natural History Museum – Hintze Hall, Victoria & Albert Museum – Members.
Prior to joining Bryden Wood Chris was a Sustainability and Mechanical Design Engineer in Building Services. Key projects Chris has been involved in are the Natural History Museum – Hintze Hall and Victoria & Albert Museum – Members project where Chris took a leading role for the mechanical services design. He is an accredited On-Construction Domestic Energy Assessor (OCDEA) and is working towards becoming a Level 5 Energy Assessor.
Since joining Bryden Wood Chris has being working on the Stand East MU1 – School, located opposite the Elizabeth Olympic Park.