Hannah has over three years’ experience within the building services industry. She is one of the ﬁrst WELL Accredited Professionals in the UK and a BREEAM New Constructions and Communities Assessor.
Hannah specialises in the analysis of energy strategy options across masterplanning and at early design stage in order to maximise the use of sustainable sources. Her role also comprises undertaking internal and external lighting assessments and building physics modelling to improve the health and wellbeing of building occupants.
With Hydrock, alongside supporting mixed-use strategic land sites to support site allocations, outline and detailed planning applications, Hannah has worked on a number of high-profile schemes, including The University of the West of England’s Faculty of Engineering and Design where she provided BREEAM and sustainability advice. Other schemes include Castle Park View, a 26-storey residential tower block in central Bristol, Weldale Street, a development of 427 apartments close to Reading town centre, and the expansion of Bristol Airport.
Keen to inspire the next generation of engineers, Hannah has led a number of Hydrock’s STEM events to encourage young females to consider engineering as a future career.