We are delighted to announce that Andy Stanton as head of sustainability in the UK and Europe.
Andy will be responsible for leading Introba’s low energy and decarbonisation offer for clients, as the property sector grapples with stretching net zero targets. Introba is a market leader in energy efficient and low carbon design – it was part of the consultancy teams that delivered the UK’s first Passivhaus Plus and net zero energy school, and the world’s first whole-life net-zero hotel.
Andy has experience from both a client and consultancy perspective. He was head of sustainable buildings for Transport for London where he advised on new builds, including the Palestra building – the business’ headquarters – and West Ham Bus Garage, and retrofit schemes. He played a key role in developing London’s energy performance contracting framework for retrofitting buildings, RE:FIT, working with the Greater London Authority. He also spent over two years at Atkins as associate director for sustainability, setting up a Passivhaus delivery team focused on the education and residential sectors.
Andy is a member of the Low Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI), a network of over 1,000 built environment professionals founded by Introba to drive progress on climate goals. He also sat on the board of the Better Buildings Partnership and was a guest lecturer at City University for 10 years.
Brian Goldsmith, managing director, UK and Europe, said: “We are known for leading the industry on climate action, and sustainability consultancy is a growing area for our business. We’re seeing strong demand from developers, asset owners and public sector estate teams for guidance on how to deliver against net zero targets and navigate evolving legislation.
“Andy’s hire is the next important step in expanding our ability to advise clients on meeting their decarbonisation goals. He shares our values and desire to work with clients, partners and peers to keep pushing the boundaries on sustainable design and help level up the whole sector. His experience and expertise make him a fantastic addition to our already strong team.”
Andy Stanton is a senior principal leading the UK and Europe sustainability team with a specialism in developing and implementing strategies and projects for sustainability and environmental performance in buildings.
Andy is a chartered building services engineer, Passivhaus Designer, sustainability and energy efficiency specialist in the built environment with a track record in radically improving the performance of new and existing buildings.
His experience in the commercial and residential sectors has included deploying diverse renewable energy schemes from fuel cell CHP to solar photovoltaics on heritage buildings and helping develop London’s energy performance contracting framework for retrofitting buildings.
Andy is also an asset management and safety specialist trained in Lean Six Sigma and championed a reliable engineering, data-driven approach to construction and building operation and performance.
He has worked in the public and private sectors in the UK and France, sat on the board of the Better Buildings Partnership, and was a guest lecturer at City University London for ten years while contributing to various technical publications for Low Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI), CIBSE, and BBP on sustainability and energy efficiency and is a member of the LETI Taskforce.
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