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About Tom Blois-Brooke
As a Principal Engineer my responsibilities involve the leading of project teams to deliver the design of electrical and ancillary services systems from initial concept through to RIBA Stage F2 as well as providing onsite support and the witnessing of the completed installation. I have experience of leading multidiscipline projects and for implementing the clients brief in line with the agreed form of contract. This involves ensuring overall project quality through the oversight, support and development of others.
In this role I have experience of undertaking programme and fee assessments and of project management and contract delivery and for managing a team of engineers and support staff to deliver successful projects.
I am also a licensed BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes Assessor as well as a BREEAM Accredited Professional. This role involves providing advice to design teams on implementing sustainable initiatives and systems and also assessing developments against the BREEAM schemes.
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