23 Jan 2019
Welcome to Rob Molyneux who joins us as Unit Director for the Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability team. Rob brings 15 years’ operational experience in the energy and sustainability field, with specific focus in the areas of energy auditing, carbon reporting and thermal modelling/building physics.
Rob’s role for the past 11 years has been with Stroma Tech where he built and led an Energy & Sustainability team. He has provided sustainability solutions to clients across construction, property, retail, leisure and industrial sectors, helping clients to meet the range of challenging legislative compliance needs.
Rob says, “I’m thrilled to be joining Delta Simons at an exciting stage of their growth as a business and bringing my experience within energy and carbon services to drive our sustainability team forward. Delta Simons has a strong reputation of delivering excellence in environmental services, with energy efficiency, sustainability and carbon emissions playing a central role in the future of our environment, not only now but for future generations.
“I’m looking forward to working alongside all parts of the business, not only for our corporate clients in EHS&S, but also on projects in our environmental planning, geotechnical and due diligence business units.”
Rob is an accredited ESOS Lead Assessor and qualified Incorporated Engineer. He has qualifications and accreditations in relation to Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC), TM44 Air Conditioning Inspections, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and Display Energy Certificates (DECs).
Delta-Simons Managing Director, Alex Ferguson, says “It’s great to welcome Rob on board to drive our sustainability offer, specifically around energy and carbon services. Rob’s got a proven background in developing a successful business unit as well as expertise in the field. I’m excited to support his efforts to grow Delta Simons’ capabilities in this important area.”
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