Enhabit is a member of Efficient Building Solutions, which is a growing portfolio of companies within the energy efficiency/green building sector that aims to take a lead in the UK’s transformation to efficient, sustainable buildings.
To dovetail and rationalise resources, Enhabit has now been merged with others in Efficient Building Solutions, including QODA Consulting, Green Building Store & Green Building Renewables. The Enhabit team’s technical expertise can still very much be accessed via these companies.
For help with future projects, please click on the following links which will take you to the relevant pages of other companies within Efficient Building Solutions:
- Building Physics consultancy (largescale)
- Building Physics consultancy (domestic one-off projects)
- M&E Design (largescale)
- M&E Design (domestic one-off projects)
- MVHR mechanical ventilation with heat recovery
- Heat pumps & renewables
Enhabit’s building physics team, including Elena Andreou, Steven Coulsting, Alex Honey, Andrew Fisher, Jessica Kaqorri, Elliot Kelly, Desislava Kushilieva, Nuria Lopez, Dr Sarah Price, Kostas Megagiannis, Rob Stubbings and Tim Wilcockson have now joined QODA Consulting’s Net-Zero team. They will be working on largescale low energy and Passivhaus residential and non-residential schemes, as part of the QODA Consulting team.
As a result of these staff changes, QODA will be establishing a new office in Norwich, opening early in 2022, led by Alex Honey and Andrew Fisher.
Philip Fellowes-Prynne, Chief Executive Officer of Efficient Building Solutions, commented:
“Bringing the building physics team of Enhabit over to join QODA will be a positive move for all the team, and will help us rationalise our consultancy offerings. QODA’s Net-Zero team will be strengthened to build on its largescale projects, from Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund schemes to newbuild University buildings.”
Nick Carter and Matt Tyrrell from QODA added:
“Working with the Efficient Building Solutions and consolidating our brilliant people resources in this way will help us build a stronger presence in our sector capable of delivering the low carbon buildings the UK so urgently needs.”
Dr Sarah Price commented:
“The Building Physics team is excited to be joining the larger QODA Consulting team, meaning that we can work on a wider range of low energy building projects. We see this as a great opportunity to develop our services together, create more opportunities for our team, widen our sphere of our influence and ultimately improve the range of services we can offer.”
Green Building Store will be developing the capacity to cover more small-scale domestic consultancy work and PHPP modelling for private individuals and selfbuilders.
QODA Consulting will be offering M&E Design for largescale residential and commercial projects.
Green Building Store will be developing the capacity to offer Mechanical Services Design for heating system systems of smaller projects, such as one-off houses.
Enhabit’s MVHR team (Thomas Faulkner, Argyll MacLennan, Jeff Sanders) has now joined Green Building Store’s MVHR Department. Bringing together the two departments helps combine the teams’ technical expertise and also increases the geographical reach, by incorporating Enhabit’s London and South-East MVHR installation service into Green Building Store.
Low carbon heating and renewables
Enhabit’s low carbon heating and renewables division is merging with the newly-formed Green Building Renewables, which plans to resume offering a full renewables design and installations service across London and the South-East in the medium term.
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