Tim has seen the circular economy agenda gain extraordinary prominence in the last few years, to the point where sustainable resource management is now a crucial element of any designed scheme.
Since he began his career, he has worked on projects which boast some impressive sustainability stats: most recently, supporting the design of a net zero railway station that is forecast to achieve a 55% reduction in lifetime carbon emissions and a 36% increase in materials resource efficiency.
The projects which Tim has been a part of, such as Birmingham International Transport Hub and Government of Jersey Household Reuse & Recycling Centre, arguably lay the foundations for designs that will stand the test of time and leave positive legacies for those that will use them. For Tim, his work to help clients deliver circularity is a critical part of this story: systemically managing materials so they are used and maintained in their highest value applications, eliminating waste (and wasteful thinking!), and prioritising the consumption of renewable resources. This approach is inherent to our net zero ambitions, and ties in directly to a natural capital approach – all whilst fostering clean growth.