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Dr Tim Jervis,
1 Dr Tim Jervis has joined Pell Frischmann as director of sustainability – building on an impressive career in the energy and engineering industry. His work has included senior appointments at Schlumberger, Scientific Generics and Spark Consultants, and he continues to operate as a director of the Cambridge Energy Forum.
2 Tim will lead the company’s sustainability consultancy group with a mandate to drive sustainable design principles through its engineering divisions and provide specialist advice to external clients.
3 Tim’s specialisms includes energy analysis, modelling and optimisation, CHP and renewable technologies, design for reduced demand and advising government on policy.
4 He will lead a wide-ranging, multi-functional group comprising energy, architectural, environmental, mathematical and HEVACOMP specialists who deliver expertise into existing projects or act as stand-alone advisers to external clients.
5 Tim has just become a father and is a member of the London Philharmonic Choir.Bruno Miglio is taking over the reigns from Andrew Hall as group leader of Arup’s UK facades, materials and product design teams. For the past two years he has led Arup’s Materials Consulting group. In his new role Miglio will lead a multi-disciplinary team of structural and mechanical engineers, architects, material scientists, ex-industry specialists and product designers. Andrew Hall will focus on several wider design-related roles across Arup, including leading the Design & Technology Consulting sector and maintaining a strategic interest with Arup facade groups across Europe, the US, the Far East, the Gulf and Australia.Bidwells have appointed Jason Tyers to the Engineering Services Team within Bidwells’ Building Consultancy. Tyers was previously senior civil engineer at Bovis Homes. He will be focusing on development site due diligence reviews and new infrastructure and drainage design, as well as dealing with utility companies at the site appraisal stage.
John Johnson has joined Faber Maunsell’s Newcastle office as an associate director and site representative on the Tyne Tunnel project. A chartered member of the ICE, he was previously employed by Capita Symonds as an associate director, and before that as director of engineering at Gateshead Council, leading the team responsible for Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
Dr Richard Bewley, director of remediation at engineering and environmental consultancy URS, has been awarded an honorary fellowship by the University of Edinburgh in recognition of his work in contaminated land and the promotion of links with the School of Geosciences. Dr Bewley, who is based in URS’s Manchester office, has maintained links with the university since studying there for his bachelor degree, returning as a guest lecturer in the departments of environmental chemistry and health.