Jessica Cansian, chapmanbdsp
Jessica joined Chapmanbdsp in 2020 as a Graduate Environmental Consultant and has worked on large scale commercial projects. Passionate about sustainable engineering with a particular interest in net zero carbon design, embodied carbon, passive design strategies, retrofit and user wellbeing. With an interdisciplinary background, she holds a Bachelor's degree in Architecture and Urban Design (Unisinos University, 2013) and an MSc in Sustainable Building: Performance and Design (Oxford Brookes University, 2019). Jessica is a registered Architect in Brazil and a CIBSE affiliate currently pursuing her licentiateship. Recently, she became a WELL AP and BREEAM Associate. Also, a contributor to the LETI 2020 Modelling and Retrofit Workstream.
Ella Clark, AECOM
Ella is a graduate mechanical engineer in AECOM’s London office fit-out team. Since starting, she has worked on a variety of projects in MEP and Vertical Transportation, leading the design for multiple projects. She also works in supporting other young engineers at AECOM and mentoring school girls interested in STEM.
Matthew Dickenson, AECOM
Since graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2019, Matt has worked as a graduate mechanical engineer on a variety of mixed-use projects within the AECOM St Albans team. He coordinates events for the CIBSE HVAC Systems Group, co-leads the AECOM Young Engineers Forum and actively participates in STEM events.
Michaela Lattenbergova, Arup
Michaela is an engineer who has graduated from Heriot-Watt University in April 2019 with an MEng with distinction in Architectural Engineering. Shortly after that, she joined Arup as a graduate mechanical engineer, currently working with the Buildings team in the Edinburgh office and Arup global digital initiative.
Niamh Luck, CPW
Niamh graduated with a BEng In Building Services Engineering from Coventry University in 2021, achieving a First-Class with Honours; alongside her studies, she works at CPW Birmingham, where she focuses on healthcare projects for the NHS. She is actively involved in CIBSE West Midlands as YEN Vice President where she offers support to those who are new to the industry through a local network. She participates in WISE and STEM events at local schools, and she aims to demonstrate that engineering is an enjoyable and achievable career path for all. Her main objective is to showcase that she can be a great engineer, not just a great female Engineer by demonstrating what her engineering can do.
Yara Machnouk, Elementa Consulting
Yara Machnouk is an Environmental Design Engineer working in the sustainability team at Elementa Consulting. She joined Elementa Consulting after completing an MEng Degree at the University of Nottingham in Architecture and Environmental Design. While generally exploring many forms of energy modelling and sustainability within building services and design, she has more recently been focusing on whole life carbon assessments and more specifically, the embodied carbon impact of MEP materials.
Jonathan Pairman, RED Engineering Design LTD
Jon achieved First-Class (Hons) from Southampton University. A graduate mechanical engineer in RED’s technology team, Jon designs sustainable solutions including a research piece on battery technology/smart grid integration for data centres. Inspired by family history in teaching/his STEM Ambassador role, Jon created RED’s “Collaborative Learning Programme” to support graduate development.
Lucy Sherburn, FairHeat
Lucy joined FairHeat after graduating from the University of Sheffield with a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering with a Year Abroad. As a Graduate Engineer her role has involved working on the design and operation of new build heat networks, to deliver cost and energy saving improvements. Lucy is an active member of CIBSE, YEPG and STEM.