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About Tunde Agoro
Chartered Environmentalist and Sustainability Executive with a passion for architecture/urban design, wellbeing and sustainability.Other Consultant
Tunde is a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and Sustainability Executive with a thorough grasp and understanding of sustainability which spans over ten years of hands-on experience in the building design and construction industry.
He has a varied skill set evidenced by his background in architecture, environmental design and management, environmental engineering, sustainable development and project management. Tunde leads the sustainability strategies for a range of projects, covering residential, mixed-use and commercial sectors.
In a previous role, Tunde managed the environmental assessment services for a large consultancy firm in the UK and was lead assessor across the South West and Wales. He is a BREEAM Accredited Professional (BREEAM AP) and one of the first qualified WELL Building Standard® Accredited Professionals (WELL AP) in the UK.
Tunde is also an External Industrial tutor at the University of Bath and sits on the department of Architecture and Civil Engineering's Industrial Liaison Panel.
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