Who we are

Christopher Eaton created the Sustainable Engineering Collective in 2010 to bring a fresh approach to the way we design and operate our buildings. New ways of thinking are required to address the environmental issues we face today.

SEC brings together the skills of professionals from different industries to find new, better solutions.

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Christopher Eaton is the Technical Director of the Sustainable Engineering Collective, where he focuses on service development and research. He is an engineer specialising in sustainability in the built environment and renewable energy. Project experience includes commercial and residential surveying and energy auditing, in-use monitoring and POE in new residential developments, communal heating systems in large-scale residential developments, commercial office refurbishment, and mechanical systems design in schools and museums.

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Tom Randall has over seven years experience managing and delivering projects addressing sustainable development in the built environment. His experience includes providing environmental and low CO2 design advice, developing energy strategies for planning applications, and BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes advice.

Tom worked for FaberMaunsell|AECOM and Fulcrum Consulting in their sustainable development teams, and was responsible for managing the team at Fulcrum. His work has included the management and delivery of projects for a broad range of private and public sector clients.

For the last 4 years Tom has also been a Director of Sponge – a network for built environment professionals with an interest in sustainable development.

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