E & S Bristol
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When he is not helping others improve the efficiency of their buildings Graham is practicing on his own, the current project is internally insulating the external walls and it will be finished soon… Outside of teaching himself DIY Graham enjoys food & drink, learning new recipes or working his way through the Ales. He is rarely working without music more often than not its psychedelic rock, he even got an email from Spotify to tell him he was in the top 1% of listeners to Black Sabbath.
With a great sense of humour there is never a dull moment around Marcus. He enjoys cycling and is currently restoring a 80's racing bike. There is talk of an E & S tandem for site visits, watch this space!
Marcus has just completed the Bristol half marathon finishing and with 1 more half marathon planned in 2018 he will no doubt be keeping up the training.
Marcus has an eclectic taste in music (from techno to folk) and will listen to any recommendations.
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Graham graduated from the University of the West of England with a degree in geography and environmental management where he focused his studies on climate change. This gave rise to employment with a renewable technology installer in the role of a project surveyor. Inspired by improving buildings through renewable technologies, Graham entered the energy assessment industry.
Starting as an RDSAP assessor offering EPCs, as well as offering advice to homeowners, landlords and social housing providers who wanted to improve their housing stock.
He then made a move into the new build residential sector completing SAP calculations whilst specialising in renewable technology feasibility and energy and sustainability statements.
Marcus comes from a construction background and was heavily influenced by his dad who is a builder and electrician. He was helping him wire up sockets, painting houses and carry bricks by the time he was 13!
While Part L was in its infancy, Marcus completed an FdSc in building surveying at the University of Brighton. Being environmentally conscious he completed his final studies on the Code for Sustainable Homes, which inspired him to focus on sustainability within construction .Over the past 10 years he has worked on wide range of building types and is competent in all residential and commercial assessments. He is a qualified DEC Assessor as well as a CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant in Building simulation and design covering level 3, 4 and 5 non-domestic buildings. Since 2014 Marcus has focused more on health and well being and honed his skills towards thermal modelling and daylight design, utilising simulation software for building design and assessment as well as understanding and validating sustainable initiatives.