AES is pleased to announce its membership of the Sustainable Energy Association, a member based industry body offering innovative policy solutions that link up building-level technologies and the wider energy system to achieve a low carbon, secure energy future for the UK, benefits for UK consumers, and commercial growth for businesses working in the sector. Click here to read the press release.
We’re really pleased to welcome another new member to the AES team. Sam Maddock joined us this week as a Sustainability Consultant. Having worked in the Building Services industry for a number of years before a transition to sustainable consultancy, he specialises in thermal modelling and advanced building simulation. Sam has a working background of commercial projects and will also be supporting the team in the delivery of planning stage consultancy and reports.
To support our continuing growth, AES is very pleased to welcome six new trainee consultants to the team. Lindsey joined the company back in April, followed by (l-r) Maggie, Daria, Andrea, Naomi and Jo who joined us this month.
But, we’ve not finished growing the team just yet! Please visit our careers page for details of our current vacancies www.aessc.co.uk/careers
AES Sustainability Consultants are delighted to announce that with effect from 1st June 2017, Alex Brooks has been promoted to position of Company Director.
Our Managing Director, Jon Bodington, had the last word in February’s issue of Professional Housebuilder and Property Developer. Click here to read the full article.
AES are proud to be sponsors for local rugby team, Cullompton RFC. Alex Brooks, our National Key Account Manager, is pictured here (wearing the hat) in the new kit with (from left to right) Harry Williams – Premiership & England Rugby player/Cullompton Coach, Sean Mardell – Tolchards, Ross Tomms – RJ Plumbing & Heating, Will Chudley – Premiership Rugby Player/Cullompton Coach and Steve Luxon – Cullompton Director of Rugby.
Keystone Lintels have published a research paper constructed by AES exploring the benefits of a ‘fabric first’ approach to construction, demonstrating how this method can achieve CO2 reductions more efficiently than low-carbon or renewable technologies. To download the full paper follow this link.
Jon Bodington, Managing Director, was recently interviewed on how designers can gain an advantage by engaging with consultants early on in the design process. For the full article click here and turn to page 24.
Managing Director, Jon Bodington, was recently featured in an article in Professional Housebuilder and Property Developer. He talks about how we use the Design SAP software to model potential solutions and provide consultancy for our clients, to enable them to decide on the most cost effective solution to suit their needs. Read the full article here:
Congratulations to Galliford Try Partnerships on their regeneration scheme at Brunswick being named as the overall winner of the Top 60 awards. AES Sustainability Consultants have been working with the Partnerships Division to provide energy, Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM assessments on the scheme using a fabric first approach to deliver 522 homes, a 60-bed sheltered accommodation facility and new retail area.
To read more about the scheme, please click here.