Tim studied History at Queen Mary University of London and graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in 2017. He went on to complete a Level 4 HNC in Construction (Building Services – Electrical) at Bath College in 2018, and joined the family Building Services Consultancy. Here he gained valuable hands-on experience as a junior electrical design engineer working on projects in the healthcare sector.
He joined E3 in Autumn 2021 and has been working on a number of museums and visitor centres. He enjoys the challenge of designing high specification, energy efficient electrical systems within sensitive historic buildings.
Tim is interested in developing intuitive systems that are understandable to building users and believes in tackling climate change through better use of the built environment. He is especially interested in electric vehicle chargers and new technologies from apps and smart metering, to batteries and integrated infrastructure.
Tim is skilled in using AutoCAD to produce design drawings, Amtech for electrical load calculations and Dialux for lighting designs.
Tim is working towards becoming an incorporated engineer with IET and to gaining an LCEA qualification with CIBSE.