Michael joined the Tonbridge Design office in February 2016 before joining the London Design team in late 2017. He has led a number of high-profile projects such as St George’s University of London and Furze Platt Senior School, he also spent six months on part-time secondment to Allen and Overy as part of their engineering team.
Michael is responsible for Mechanical and Public Health Design on projects but also heads up Banyard’s Building Physics offering and leads our “Sustainable Thinking” group. In 2018, Michael graduated from the prestigious UK Green Building Council Future Leaders Programme.
Head of Design South, Ian Matthews, said: “Michael has applied himself to his responsibilities at Banyards through hard work and a desire to improve both his technical knowledge and project leadership skills. We are delighted with his performance and this promotion to Senior Project Engineer is well deserved”
Michael said: “I am extremely grateful to Banyards for the support they have shown since I joined as a graduate four years ago and appreciate their recognition of my achievements and hard work through this promotion. I look forward to the future in this new role!”