A highly experienced structural engineering expert, Mike has played a leading role a wide variety of projects during his career and has responsibility for co-ordinating specialist teams to deliver major schemes.
Barry is a main board Director at Waterman with over 30 years’ experience. He leads multi-disciplinary teams and has developed a pro-active management style which champions effective teamwork, whilst promoting excellent working relationships…
Andrew joined Waterman Partnership in 1998 after graduation from the University of Brighton, and his extensive experience spans a large number of residential, commercial and retail scheme.
Charlie has worked on a diverse range of projects over his 28-year career with Waterman and has extensive experience in commercial and public sector buildings, always with his trademark attention to detail.
Joe is a Chartered Structural Engineer with extensive expertise in delivering structural engineering designs for numerous complex mixed-use, retail, commercial and residential developments throughout the UK and internationally.
Alun has over 20 years’ experience in engineering consultancy and has a strong track record in successful project delivery. A Chartered Engineer and an approved SER Certifier.
Neil is a Chartered Environmentalist and registered Principal Environmental Auditor with IEMA. He is currently a Board Director of the Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE), Chair of ACE’s Pipeline and Procurement Group and an active member of the Net Zero advisory Group.
Director, CTI Engineering International Co, Ltd.
General Manager, International Division, CTI Engineering Co., Ltd
Since joining in 2002, Andrew has been pivotal in the growth of Waterman’s regional offices and in 2009 he became a board director for the company’s infrastructure and environmental consulting business.
Mark directs and controls the company’s operations and gives strategic guidance and leadership to the board and senior management team to ensure that the company achieves its mission and objectives.
A Chartered Building Services Engineer with over 30 years’ design experience across a wide variety of sectors, Jonathan is Managing Director responsible the North.
Paul O’ Connell
Philip began his career in the Melbourne office of Gutteridge Haskins & Davey.
Richard has been responsible for design, documentation and
Ruth is an experienced Senior Executive with excellent project management and commercial skills. She joined Waterman in 2016 as our Midlands Regional Director, and is also Chair of the ACE Midlands and joined the ACE National Board in 2018.
Daryl’s career with Waterman spans over 11 years during which time he has led the transformational change of our infrastructure and environment business in Scotland which includes the opening of our Perth Office and the addition of the Glasgow Office in 2018.
With over 30 years’ experience as a Building Services Consultant, Steve’s expansive portfolio spans a broad range of sectors and project scales, including the £1.1bn Aspire Defence project
Regional Director, Infrastructure and Environment
Technical Director – National Service Line Lead Heritage, Infrastructure and Environment
Steven brings over 20 years’ experience to his role as Board Director and Director of Building Services in Leeds.
John joined Waterman in 2000 and became a Regional Director in 2011. Throughout his career with Waterman, he has been instrumental in the diversification and growth of the infrastructure and environment business in the North of England.
Peter is a Director with extensive experience in the Building Services sector. He plays a pivotal delivery role in our business, driving quality and innovation throughout our designs.
With over 30 years’ experience in Building Services, Simon has worked on major and small – scale projects both as a consultant and for Tier 1 contractors across a wide range of sectors including,
National Service Line Lead EIA,
Tim is a Director for Building Services responsible for the management of our Manchester team. A registered CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant who is passionate about engineering and sustainability,
Technical Director – National Service Line Lead Bridges, Infrastructure and Environment
Technical Director – National Service Line Lead Acoustics, Infrastructure and Environment
Technical Director – National Service Line Lead Ecology, Infrastructure and Environment
Associate, Building Services
National Services Line Lead – Geotechnical, Infrastructure and Environment
Gordon graduated from Strathclyde University with a degree in Civil Engineering and has since acquired a broad range of experience in the transportation planning, highways, civil engineering and development industries.
Joe joined Waterman in London in 1986 where he spent eight years before returning to Ireland in 1994 to join Waterman Moylan. A Chartered Civil Engineer with over 30 years’ experience,
Richard has led Waterman Moylan’s Structural Engineering teams since 2011. Starting his career in 1998, he joined Waterman Group following his graduation from Bradford University with a degree in Structural Engineering.
Niall graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1999 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and has worked in Building Services consultancy for over 15 years.
A Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland, Niall previously worked as a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer and Sustainable Design specialist for a large Dublin-based consultancy firm.
Alan graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street, in 2012 with an honours degree in Building Services Engineering. A Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland, Alan began his career in 2002 when he completed a Certificate in Mechanical Engineering at Tallaght Institute of Technology.
Anthony graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2004 with a Degree in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering and he has worked in Structural Engineering in Canada, the UK and Ireland. A Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland, Anthony’s international experience includes
Michael graduated from University College, Dublin, in 2002 and has since worked in Structural Engineering in Dublin, New Zealand and California. Having spent several years designing in the seismically active New Zealand, he progressed to leading his own project teams and completed projects in
Margaret completed an Electrical Engineering Technicians course at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in 1985, before graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Electrical Services and Energy Management. A Chartered Engineer with over 30 years’ experience,
Mark graduated from Trinity College Dublin 2004 with a B.A. and B.A.I. honours degree in Civil, Structural, Transportation and Environmental Engineering. A Chartered Professional Engineer with over 12 years’ experience,
Damien graduated from University College Dublin (UCD) in 2011 with a master’s degree in Structural Engineering with Architecture. He joined Waterman Moylan in the same year, having previously completed an industry placement with us as part of his degree studies at UCD.
Kevin graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) with a Diploma in Building Services Engineering in 1998 and obtained a master’s degree in engineering from the Open University in 2006 with over 25 years experience
Eoghan graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology in 1996 with a Diploma in Structural Engineering and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Science. A chartered member of both Engineers Ireland and the Institution of Civil Engineers since 2003,
Ian graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology in 1996 with a BSc in Engineering. In 2004, he gained a post Graduate Diploma in Physical Planning from Trinity College Dublin. A Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland,
Brian graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in Civil Engineering and went on to gain a Master’s degree in Structural Engineering from Imperial College, London. A Fellow of Engineers Ireland and a member of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland, Brian is also a chartered member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Structural Engineers.
Health and Safety Consultant Moylan
Kieran graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in 1986 with a BSc (Eng) before going on to complete a Master’s in Engineering Design at University College Dublin (UCD) in 1994 and a Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Health & Safety from Trinity College Dublin (TCD).
Brendan joined Waterman Moylan in 2014 having spent three years working for The Office of Public Works in Dublin. In this role, he gained valuable experience working Public Works contracts.
Richard graduated from University College Dublin in 2009 with a master’s degree in Structural Engineering with Architecture. Since graduating, he has worked for Waterman Group in Ireland and London,
Emma joined Waterman Moylan in 2019 having spent eight years at Price & Myers in their London office, where she was a Civil Engineering Associate working on various development projects in the City of London. A Chartered Engineer,
Regional Director, Infrastructure and Environment
Technical Director, Infrastructure and Environment
Technical Director, National Service Line Lead – Civil Structures, Infrastructure and Environment
Rail Director, Infrastructure and Environment
Brian joined AHW in 2002 after graduating as a Mechanical Engineer,
Hugh Van Essen
Hugh commenced his career in 1979, working as a site engineer
Adam is a Associate Director mechanical engineer with 27 years’
With over 30 years’ experience in the design and supervision of building services projects,
Hydraulic & Fire
Nick Spanu has more than 30 years of experience as a Hydraulic and
Moses began his career in 2003 working as a graduate electrical engineer
Associate Mechanical Services
David joined Waterman in 2014 after graduating as a Mechanical Engineer from Monash University.
Associate Mechanical Services & QA
Manus Freeman joined the Melbourne Waterman team in 2018.
Marcus commenced his career as a graduate engineer
Michael Pan has 10 years overseas building services experience
Neil has over 20 years’ experience in the electrical industry.
Associate Mechanical Services
Ryan commenced his career as a graduate engineer with Waterman AHW in 2009.
Yu Sheng Lim
Yu Sheng has over 10 years’ experience in the building services industry,
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Construction & Development
We cover all sectors and span all engineering and environmental disciplines, bringing the right expertise at each stage.
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Graven Hill is a unique 187 ha development located just to the south of Bicester, Oxfordshire, and will become the UK’s largest self-build housing scheme. Outline planning is in place for up to 1,900 new self-build homes, along with a new village centre with local amenities and employment space
Nine Elms Parkside
The major Nine Elms development spans 227 hectares across London’s Southbank and is the largest regeneration zone in Central London. Characterised by striking modern architecture and spectacular views of the Thames, the site comprises 1,870 homes and commercial spaces, including shopping, a five-star hotel, parks and walkways for the public to enjoy
Situated in the heart of London’s Mayfair, this exceptional 65,000 sq ft residential scheme delivered 42 luxury apartments and penthouses. The scheme incorporates boutique hotel-style amenities, including an on-site concierge, gym, spa and private underground parking facilities served by two resident car lifts.
Brent Cross Town
The extensive playing fields provide a genuinely unique opportunity to make Brent Cross the place in London to participate in sport and play and become established as an unrivalled multi-sport destination that will embed values of community, inclusion and active, healthy lifestyles for residents, office workers and visitors.
Manchester Metropolitan University – Student’s Union
Designed to be tough, flexible and fun Manchester Metropolitan University’s (MMU) Student Union is a £9m, 23,000 sqm, four-storey scheme accommodating 5,000 students and staff. This development achieved a BREEM ‘Excellent’ rating and has won RIBA North-West Regional and RIBA National Awards.
Siemens Gamesa Wind Turbine Blade Factory
Siemens Gamesa’s wind turbine blade manufacturing facility in Hull doubles in size through the addition of two new buildings, enabling the production of larger, more efficient blades. Covering 42,000 sqm, the new £82m units the largest facility of its kind in the UK.
Two Fifty One
As Europe’s tallest pre-cast building, Two Fifty One forms an integral part of the on-going regeneration of the Elephant & Castle area. The tower’s amenities include 24-hour concierge, Wi-Fi lounge, cinema club, health and spa club, entertaining space, cafes and bars, as well as fully glazed winter gardens.
Harrow Manorway Corridor
Through this scheme, the existing single carriageway has been increased to a boulevard, encouraging active travel and providing a safer journey for all road users. The new corridor successfully eased existing congestion by accommodating alternative forms of transport, whilst also enhancing the streetscape to encourage future growth in the area, in line with the Local Councils Local Implementation Plan.
Manchester City Council Bridges Framework
Waterman appointed for this four-year framework to provide principal and general inspection services for Manchester City Council (MCC), covering over 400 structures, allowing MCC to efficiently plan their maintenance regimes and budget the required repair works for years to come.
Waterman’s engineers have spent the last fifteen years painstakingly designing and delivering hundreds of projects for the Ministry of Defence (MOD). Since our initial appointment by Aspire Defence in February 2005, we have completed 376 new assets and 167 refurbishments for the Army, covering a total floor area of around 170,000 sqm.
London Borough of Southwark Framework
Providing specialist bridge and structural engineering services for schemes across Southwark, running for an initial five years delivering an important part of Southwark’s strategic aspiration to maintain a thriving, sustainable community with good services and facilities within a short walk or cycle.
Badenoch & Strathspey Community Hospital
This development successfully combined and centralised multiple health and social care services, all delivered within the affordability caps and fulfilling the client’s key requirements of functionality, flexibility, aesthetic quality and sustainability. The project was awarded Healthcare Development of The Year at the 2022 Scottish Property Awards.
Thanks to this £3.8m scheme the unit will now be able to undertake an anticipated 6,500 procedures a year. In addition, the refurbishment also incorporated the addition of a £500,000 high-tech washing machine which ensures the Trust is compliant with all the latest decontamination regulations, enabling the unit to achieve ‘JAG Accreditation’.
Moxy Marriot Manchester City Centre Hotel
Watermans delivering a sustainable, energy efficient scheme using passive design techniques and high efficiency facades meeting the Marriott Brand Standards and Manchester City Council’s energy efficiency criteria. The transformation and part-demolition of the listed 18th Century Invicta House delivered a stunning new-build hotel for Marriott Hotels’ Moxy brand.
Dudley Bus Station
Designed for the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). The new facility replaces an existing bus station which is being relocated due to the route of a proposed extension to the Midland Metro Tram network. The new bus interchange will provide connectivity with the proposed new metro stop and enhanced pedestrian and cycling links between Dudley Town Centre and the interchange.
A stunning mixed-use district which provides up to 2,800 new homes – including build to rent, open market sale, student accommodation, housing for later living and co-living units – along with a comprehensive blend of retail, leisure, commercial and dining outlets which are set to become a destination for residents and visitors.
Allerton Waste Recovery
Delivering on our commitments, minimising waste sent to landfill in conjunction with a targeted 90% reduction across the region. This new facility provides North Yorkshire County Council and City of York Council a saving on their waste management bill over the next 25 years, whilst producing 220,000 MWh of renewable electricity per year.
Reducing energy consumption, with an ambitious sustainability agenda. Our design features demand-based controls for its multi-purpose meeting room suite. The control fresh air rates match occupancy levels and work alongside energy efficient occupancy and daylight-sensing LED lighting throughout to reduce energy consumption.
Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) (West) Ecological Services
TRU is a multi-billion-pound transformative long-term railway infrastructure programme with the objective of improving connectivity in the North of England between Manchester, Huddersfield, Leeds and York through track electrification as well as a suite of innovative solutions to avoid congestion.
A38 Rest and Be Thankful
The A83 Trunk Road is a vital social and economic link between the villages of Arrochar and Inveraray. The route passes through mountainous terrain including the pass of the famous ‘Rest and be Thankful’ viewpoint often closed due to landslides, the infrastructure aims to mitigate these risks.
The regeneration of Watermark WestQuay represented a key aspiration of the City Council. The comprehensive redevelopment of the site created a leisure-led development, a residential tower incorporating 260 units, an office and hotel all set amongst public open space and a new plaza.
RIBA London Regional Awards: Barts Square and Southwark SILS3
Celebrating outstanding work for over 180 years, the awards recognise successful projects that reflect changes and innovations in architecture, whilst displaying a commitment to designing and developing buildings and spaces for the improvement and enhancement of people’s lives.
National Technology Park
Home to 80 leading international companies, the Park provides employment for over 3,000 people. The building is set among stunning landscaped surroundings. The design maximises the penetration of natural daylight into the office floors, flooding the space with light and helping to drive down energy consumption from lighting.
Baldoyle Library Extension
Baldoyle Library, a two-storey turn of the 20th century building fronting Strand Road originally constructed as a Royal Irish Constabulary barracks. The 260 sqm extension addressed the need to allow for increased accessibility as well as for additional library and office space. Waterman Moylan provided civil and structural engineering services for the development.
Lamberton Hotel Dublin
New €60m five-storey landmark building including 288-bedrooms, offices, storage areas, hotel shop, restaurant, bar, residents bar, grill, kitchens, staff rooms, spa-leisure centre, treatment rooms, aquarium, function areas, multimedia centre, meeting rooms, and hotel services areas.