I am a multi-disciplinary Building Environment and Service Engineer with 25 years’ experience and knowledge of a broad range of engineering and design disciplines.
I have extensive experience over most sectors in new, refurbished and listed buildings, all with an emphasis on low carbon environmental design. Projects include: the VITSOE production building, Cambridge Central Mosque, City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, New College Oxford, new quarantine house at Kew Gardens, the redevelopment of the Grade II listed Farmiloe Building, the Wimbledon Low Carbon Workplace, Waingels College, Alfriston School pool, the Ortus Building at South London and Maudsley Hospital.
I also act as a technical advisor to a number of clients. In 2007, I left Max Fordham and established Skelly & Couch, now a 33 person strong practice, with a wide range of high profile award winning projects. In 2009, I became a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Teaching Fellow in Engineering Design at the University of Bath. In 2015, I was awarded the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Construction and Building Services Division Prize for contribution to the execution, promotion, and advancement of the art of engineering and science of building services and construction.