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Mechanical Building Services Engineer from a consultancy background, involved in a wide range
of projects with the ability to work independently, lead and co-ordinate mechanical activities.
2001 – 2004: Manchester Metropolitan University - BSc Mechanical Engineering & Technology
Gained 2:1 Accredited by the Institute of Incorporated Engineers (IIE)
This course helped me develop the practical, organisational, people-management and team
leadership skills required to be a successful mechanical project engineer. Through this
course of study I am now able to combine broad knowledge with practical ability, design
skills, problem solving, commercial awareness and interpersonal skills.
Years 1 and 2 of the course covered the application and principles of technology with an
emphasis on mechanical systems. The final year developed my mechanical engineering
Through various projects, assignments, experiments reports and presentations I gained
experience in research, analytical problem solving, conceptual thinking and planning. I
used the latest software packages to solve engineering problems, modeling and
I Gained Experience in the using Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project & AutoCAD,
I Gathered knowledge of CFD modeling, Pipe flow, Thermo dynamics, heat transfer, Fans
and ducts, pumps, compressors, Safety Risk assessments, Quality standards ISO 9001.
Feasibility studies and O & M manuals.
1998-2001: Blackpool & Fylde College/ Wigston College -BTEC ONC Electrical & Electronic
This course provided me with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed as a
Technician and to prepare me for entrance to University.
1991-1997: St Paul’s Leicester - GCSEs
7 subjects at grades A-C including English, Mathematics, Design and I.T
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
CIBSE Low Carbon Consultancy exam passed
CIBSE Low Carbon Energy Assessor exam passed
iSBEM software exam passed
CSCS card holder
Microsoft Certified Professional in XP
Nov 2008 – April 2009 – Development of a 4 storey Victorian terrace property
prepared planning application for development
produced detailed drawings from which costings were made
Solved problems that occured during building work
liaised with and supervised the work of the other professionals involved in the project
kept a track of progress and ensured that the project was on time and to budget
maintained records of expenditure
Sept 2008- November 2008: Dixon Deboise – Mechanical Design Engineer
Working for a building services consultancy specializing in HVAC and Public health
Led a team of engineers working on a mixed-used development comprising of 204
residential units, (2,900 sq m) commercial space, Creekside development London.
Designed the drainage system for a high rise residential building consisting of four
separate blocks up to eighteen storeys high, three storeys dedicated to commercial
Sized roof mounted VRF system for commercial units within the development
Helped progress of Junior engineers within the organization
Coordinated CAD operators
Worked as part of a team of Engineers
July 2008- August 2008: CDS – Mechanical Design Engineer
Contract position designing HVAC services for John Lewis restaurant refurbishment in
Kingston on Thames London
Designing new Ventilation systems and modifying existing systems.
Coordinating with CAD draughtsman
Producing design calculations, liaising with Electrical engineers, other specialists.
Feb 2007-June 2008: Synergy Building Services Solutions – Mechanical Engineer
Specializing in the design and management of Environmental systems for buildings.
Clients included Sainsburys, M&S, Hilton Hotel group, Daylesford Organics.
Projects included Refurbishment, Extensions and new build, Residential, retail and
Providing the professional and technical skills to plan design and supervise the
construction of a wide range of building services from conception to delivery.
Providing Infrastructure design, Feasibility Studies, Planning, Commissioning, Total
design, Specification, Procurement and Project Management.
Used Software packages such as Hevacomp, TAS, IES and AutoCAD.
Involved in projects using displacement ventilation systems, Underfloor heating/Cooling
and ground source heat pumps.
Attended seminars and met with Equipment suppliers, specialists.
Advised clients and architects on energy use and conservation in a range of buildings
and sites, aiming to minimise the environmental impact and reduce the carbon footprint.
liaised closely with other professionals, including structural engineers, builders
architects, surveyors, and in-house project teams
attended a range of project groups and technical meetings
designed site-specific equipment as required
commissioned, organisied and assessed the work of contractors
made decisions about expired systems equipment and the appropriate location of new
2004-2007: Centenary Hotel – M&E building services engineer
General maintenance of the hotel building services
Plumbing repairs, Kitchen, bathroom, shower room installations.
Annual central heating system planned maintenance
Lighting maintenance, design and installation
General Electrical repairs, PAT testing
Ensuring the health and safety of guests
Safety risk assessments and Fire risk assessments
Helped the hotel to gain accreditation by meeting the requirements set out by the AA
Hotel and guest house association.
2001-2004: University Full time
2000-2001: Crown Leisure– M&E Engineer
The day to day role involved carrying out bench testing, repair and faultfinding work on
equipment to component level; I was also responsible for building maintenance and
Made sure equipment downtime was kept to a minimum and building up keep maximized
through efficient response times, continuous improvements, whilst maintaining and
developing a positive attitude towards costs, quality and health & safety.
Dealt with all levels in the organization
Developed problem solving techniques by observing and listening to experienced
Worked as part of a team and co-coordinated with other technicians and Colleagues.
1998-2000: Claremont Automatics – Apprentice Electronics Technician
Worked in the Service department that supplied and maintained Amusement machines
to public houses
Carried out bench repairs on Electronic equipment
helped the installation team on site
Installed software updates on various types of equipment
Commissioned equipment ready for use
Attended relevant training courses and events
Received company sponsored training at Wigston College, Leicester
HOBBIES AND INTERESTS
Traveled around the USA , Asia and Europe
Enjoy sports including Golf and football