Andrew has over 20 yrs of experience in sustainable development coming originally from the commercial finance sector on behalf of Schroders London & Hill Samuel Property Major Projects Funding Division whilst also acting as UK agent on behalf multiple International Property Investment Funds in an acquisition negotiation capacity.
With a keen interest in sustainable housing delivery Andrew became UK representative on behalf of Streif Gmbh in the 90s co-pioneering the transition from Traditional to Modern Methods Of Construction in the UK working in close collaboration with key housing sector organisations including National House Builders Bellway, Berkeley Group Holdings, Barratts Homes, Keepmoat Group, Seddon Construction, Catfoss Group and Housing Associations Including Orbit Housing, Moat Homes and Riverside Group.
Andrew has also worked on major project delivery in association with London Thames Gateway Development Corporation including Barking Riverside delivery in association with Bellway Homes team.
Because of his combined knowledge and expertise in commercial viability of funding private sector projects and with an in depth modern methods of construction Andrew worked alongside Homes & Communities Agency in supporting national house builders in achieving CfSH code 4 in order to improve build quality standards and attain HCA Grant Funding Contributions whilst enabling 20% reduction on build costs and reducing build times and subsequent project funding period costs by as much as 30% thus enabling significant increases in affordable housing numbers in line with section 106 agreement negotiations.
Over the last 20 years Andrew's expertise awareness and growth has extended to almost all aspects of sustainable development with today having a primary focus upon commercially optimised universally adoptable carbon reduction solutions.
He was also privileged to have been a steering group member for the implementation of The Suscon intiative HND Curriculum in Sustainable Construction in association with NW Kent College & University Of Greenwich and in collaboratively enabling workshops and Conference delivery on Modern Methods of Construction on behalf of the University of Westminster.
Today Andrew's primary focus is upon enabling success in meeting the UK Government 2030 Carbon Targets via commercial engagement with key sectors, harnessing political will and engaging general public resources via delivery enabling strategies in collaboration with commercial and public sector organisations.