Marian is Owner and Founding Partner of Energylab Consulting Ltd and has over 30 years’ experience in both commercial and public sectors.
Marian is a Chartered Engineer,
Low Carbon Consultant and Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. Marian has used the extensive experience gained
both in building design and management to develop and grow Energylab into a successful technical consultancy winning many awards on the way.
Mohanad is a Chartered Engineer, Member of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and Low Carbon Consultant. Mohanad has extensive experience of building services design, building energy, building physics, building simulation, BREEAM and planning policies.
Ramone is a MEP Technician with experience in both Public Health services & CAD/Revit Design, with particular focus on residential and health care buildings. Ramone has built up a reputation of applying a logical approach to his work and designs.
Grace is a qualified design engineer, specialising in Electrical Engineering, particularly in commercial and residential schemes. Since graduating in 2003, Grace has worked at multiple consultancies both in the UK and abroad.
Dhafer is a qualified design engineer with experience in both mechanical and public health services design. Dhafer has worked on various high-end retail, commercial and residential projects in London and UK, gaining a wide experience of the design process from the initial concept sketches up to site handover. He has great problem-solving skills and he is able to combine creative thinking with practical delivery.
Jack is a MEP Technician who supports us in CAD & Revit Design. Jack has experience in commercial and residential projects throughout the UK and has a particular focus on quality and service delivery.
Having just completed his degree in Building Services Engineering, Yousef brings a diverse range of skills to the team. A great problem solver and creative thinker, Yousef is never one to shy away from a challenge and loves getting stuck in.