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Andrew Swain-Smith

Andrew Swain-Smith

Chair of Building Services Engineering London
+44 [0]7880 746 629

Andrew is a principal and leads the environmental design group in BDP.

Working with our own architects and other leading architectural practices, he has a track record of delivering sustainable, innovative, passive and affordable schools and university buildings across the UK. Notable projects include the Stirling Prize shortlisted Hampden Gurney School and Westminster Academy, the BREEAM Excellent Highbury Grove School in Islington and the Business School for Napier University in Edinburgh.

Andrew has successfully delivered high profile, award winning projects including the Millennium Building at Wimbledon for the All England Tennis Club, the Variety Club Building at Great Ormond Street Hospital, and the Garrick Club in London.

Andrew has led the development of the building services engineering and associated acoustics, lighting and sustainability professions into a consolidated environmental design studio, ideally placed to meet the twin challenges of low carbon / high quality design.

Andrew has extensive experience as a Building Services Framework Manager under various framework agreements for clients such as, University College London, British Museum, City University London, BSF Greenwich, L&Q Housing, and Houses of Parliament.

Where do you see your profession in 2050?
“True interdisciplinary design, with engineers and architects working together with the common goal of designing carbon positive buildings.”


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