Sustainable strategies for a changing environment

 



Brian Dunlop MEng CEng MCIWEM - Environmental engineering and inter-disciplinary sustainable development.


Brian’s background is in complex inter-disciplinary sustainable development projects, with a focus on incorporating low carbon energy infrastructure & renewable energy technology, integrated water management, innovative waste management and energy recovery systems into city planning and urban design.


He has worked on major water resources, urban regeneration and sustainable development projects in Europe, North Africa, South East Asia and the USA and has extensive experience in strategic planning, technical and commercial feasibility, procurement and project delivery.


He is a skilled project director with a track record in delivering integrated sustainable master plan solutions on urban brownfield sites and in ecologically sensitive areas, which combine design flair and visionary thinking with technical excellence and commercial deliverability.


Brian has a particular interest in the synergies between the built environment and natural systems, stemming from an early career in hydrology and water resources.


His strategic insight and firm grasp of technical detail have earned him a number of awards for environmental best practice and contributed to the successful implementation of a number of major sustainable master planning projects including University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus, ParcBIT Innovation and Technology Park in Mallorca and Rare Ltd headquarters and campus at Twycross.


Brian established himself as an independent consultant in July 2003 and was at the forefront of the strategic planning, design development and business case appraisal of the sustainable neighbourhood energy and water services proposals for the Elephant and Castle/ Aylesbury estates in the London Borough of Southwark: one of sixteen key Climate Positive initiatives to be announced at the C40 Major Cities Climate Change Summit in Seoul, S. Korea in July 2010.


He has worked as a technical advisor to a wide range of public and private sector organisations providing independent analytical and strategic energy and water resource planning advice.