Our team is formed with a combination of CAD technicians and services engineers who are all responsible for leading our digital design strategy on current and future projects.

We can work on various aspects of the same project, keeping the information safe and all team members updated on the project's progress. 

Ed Green


Digital Engineering Leader

I'm passionate about applying digital technology in the construction industry, and I’m enjoying the challenges that brings. I am responsible for developing BIM strategy and capability across the organisation and implementing digital workflows to optimise our processes, and enable better design decision making to deliver cost effective and efficient buildings.

Throughout my career I have specialised in various areas, most predominantly Building Physics, including energy analysis and occupant comfort modelling alongside MEP system design. I have always been interested in identifying opportunities to apply technology to improve efficiency, in terms of both the design process, and also the financial and environmental cost during construction and operation.

As a mechancial engineer by background, and specialist in building physics and environmental modelling, I understand how a building functions as a holistic system. I’ve played a lead role in modelling and analysing designs for commercial, educational, cultural and sports buildings, from concept and design through to delivery and operation. In my Digital Engineering role, my focus is on applying emerging technologies to our industry. 

With the help of a team of digital specialists my goal is to continuously improve our company standards, by developing custom workflows and tools to enable our designers to work more efficiently and allow them more time to focus on creative problem solving and engineering solutions.


David Degrussa

Engineering Team Leader

Sustainability, for me, means thinking about how a building's occupants will use water. With this understanding, I can influence design so they get the services that they need, but not at the expense of the local ecology.

Each public health engineering design starts with understanding how the building will be used, the rest is about spatial management – which is where things become interesting. I’ve worked on pretty much every type of building from Grade I listed refurbishments to mixed use high rise new builds, designing bespoke sanitation, drainage and water services that fit into the architecture.

I enjoy being actively involved in the development of the engineering designs and seeing them implemented during construction. Having a pragmatic approach means that I understand how systems will actually work when the building is in use.

We can always improve how we use water. Building services strategies like rainwater harvesting and making use of grey water can have a positive impact on urban drainage and help our cities to be places that we want to live.