Luke brings his expertise as a Sustainability and ESG Analyst to the table, as a member of our environmental team.
A green enthusiast, Luke enjoys the nitty gritty of sustainability and making an impact for the planet and people.
His previous experience includes completing 14 BREEAM In-Use assessments for a large UK logistics company and implementing an EPC Strategy for a multi-billion European real estate fund.
Away from work, Luke enjoys spending as much time as possible with the family, as well as cooking, playing football and making music.
Good things happen to those who wait.
Fergus joins our sustainability team with a number of years’ experience in delivering results within our industry. In his previous role he was the sole sustainability resource across £300m worth of construction sites in capital. Passionate about his role, he is patient, approachable and believes in doing things the right way.
He firmly believes we can alter the future of our planet, and by working at Parkeray he is in the best position to educate project teams on ways to implement sustainable practices to make a positive change towards a greener future.
Away from work Fergus likes to work out at the gym to keep fit. He is a huge football fan not only watching but also playing a bit himself. Fergus also loves to travel as much as possible in both the UK and abroad.
Reduce, reuse, recycle
Paddy joins Parkeray having spent a number of years in a Health and Safety role. Originally starting out as a fitter’s mate for a mechanical ventilation contactor he worked his way up and acquired a broad understanding of all construction related health & safety issues. Paddy also holds the NEBOSH certification and is a Committee Member of the Essex Branch for IOSH.
Paddy firmly believes that people are the key to everything, even more so when it comes to Health & Safety and he gets great satisfaction out of helping everyone do their job safely. Paddy is very hardworking and approachable so can always be asked for his advice.
Outside of work Paddy is a dedicated family man with two young children and likes nothing more than spending time together on days out with them and his wife. His other love is music and plays the drums, more unusually, the Congas and the Bongos but admits he doesn’t play as much as should these days!
A man is not judged on how many times he falls down, but on how many times he gets back up.
Passionate about her role, Beth is a Practitioner member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (PIEMA) and a qualified BREEAM Accredited Professional (AP) and Assessor. Beth joins our sustainability team with several years of experience delivering results within the construction industry.
Hardworking and friendly, Beth enjoys working in sustainability and helping projects reduce their environmental impact. She believes that within construction it’s great when a project comes together and all the client’s sustainability aspirations have been met.
Away from work, Beth likes to keep fit by running and is also a keen hockey player, playing for her local team. To relax she enjoys baking, especially cakes and when time permits, she loves travelling and has explored far-off places including Australia and Fiji.
With his background in civil engineering, he is well versed in large-scale machinery and structural elements. Spencer’s experience hails from over a decade in the Royal Engineers. Progressing to Section Commander he was responsible for implementing safe systems of working and generally promoting health and safety awareness across a variety of different construction environments.
Hardworking and adaptable Spencer is an excellent communicator and enjoys meeting and talking to new people. He likes that every day and each project is different which brings a new challenge.
Away from work, he likes to relax and spend time with friends and family. He is also a keen golfer but admits he needs more practice. Spencer also is a bit of a petrol head and likes motor racing and going to track days.
Chris has worked his way up to Senior Sustainability Manager after working as an external consultant to Parkeray for a number of years. He is an experienced professional who specialises in undertaking sustainability assessments of a variety of non-domestic buildings. Chris is a BREEAM Accredited Professional, LEED AP and an On Construction Domestic Energy Assessor.
He enjoys working closely with project teams to ensure that the scheme achieves its sustainability goals in the most cost-effective manner. Chris has worked on a number of large-scale and high-profile developments in and around the City of London including 20 Fenchurch Street, Principal Place and Moorgate Exchange, working for clients such as Google, Waitrose, Volkswagen Financial Services and Bloomberg. His experience with sustainability assessment methods means that he has a broad knowledge of the sustainability issues faced by different projects.
Chris keeps himself busy at the weekends cycling, walking the dog, or just spending quality time with his young family. His newest hobby is green woodcarving, a form of traditional woodworking applying different carving techniques using traditional edged tools
Terry joined us as project manager in 2000 and then in 2012 turned his attention to Health & Safety, gaining his first NEBOSH qualification that year. Since then he has progressed to Health and Safety Manager and then Director where he uses his extensive experience to oversee and advise our health and safety team on all Parkeray projects both Interiors and Lite.
His passion and allegiance to Parkeray is matched by his passion for a good, practical, pragmatic health and safety approach. Terry has a real sense of pride in his work and his attention to detail while carrying out safety audits is uncompromising.
Away from work Terry has a passion for fitness and you will often find him at the gym. He is also a lover of music…. listening to anything from country to rock. His first record; 1972, 45″ T Rex, Metal Guru which he played over and over on his Mum’s old radiogram.
The grass never grows on a busy street