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Registrant Profile | Andy Lewry CEnv, Technical Lead, BREEAM

Since an early age, when he was inspired by Sci-Fi like 2001, Have spacesuit – will travel, Doctor Who and Star Trek, Chartered Environmentalist Andy Lewry has wanted to be a scientist. Twenty years of varied technical, marketing and management experience has made Andy an expert in the field of Carbon and Energy Management.

Andy is an expert in Carbon and Energy Management with 24 years of varied technical, marketing and management experience preceded by a further 10 years similar experience within various parts of the Environmental and Construction Sectors. He has in-depth knowledge of sustainability issues including BREEAM, Home Quality Mark, BIM, ISSO 14001 and 50001 (Lead Auditor). Over the last 14 years, he has had a leading role in investigating the ‘performance gap’- why buildings do not meet their design expectations in operation.

Andy is currently a Senior Consultant responsible for the delivery of sustainability services, including net zero carbon advisory. This includes the provision of technical sustainability support to clients in a wide range of areas including:

 

  • Sustainability strategies
  • Renewable feasibility studies
  • Building performance
  • Whole life carbon assessments
  • Climate adaptation / mitigation strategies
  • Modelling net zero carbon roadmaps
  • Measurement and Verification

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Andy continues to encourage professionals, both new and experienced, to expand their horizons; and believes one of the best ways to do this is to join professional membership and the associated networks.

His professional qualifications, especially chartered status, give him professional standing to the confidence to stakeholders of their skills and impartiality. CEnv status, gives credence to his professional standing and backs up his position as an expert environmentalist. With that in mind, Andy has recently become part of the IOM3 membership committee

 

Profile correct as of June 2022

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