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About Sarah Peterson
Director of Energy and Sustainability at a multi disciplinary engineering consultancy.
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Sarah has been involved in many projects where sustainable initiatives have been introduced and delivered successfully.
Her experience spans a number of sectors and includes involvement from concept design to post occupancy evaluation. Sarah was a mechanical engineer before specialising in sustainable design.
Specific sector experience includes; education, commercial, healthcare, retail, masterplans, residential and laboratories.
- IES Level 5 Qualified
- CIBSE Low Carbon Energy Assessor (Scotland and England & Wales)
- CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant
- Section 63 Assessor
- ESOS Assessor
- BREEAM Accredited Professional
- BREEAM, CfSH, Home Quality Mark and Ecohomes Assessor
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