Marc is a Technical Partner and head of the TFT M+E consultancy core service line. He specialises in technical due diligence, dilapidations, defect diagnosis and the condition of building services.
Having worked as an M+E consultant for in excess of 20 years, he also has extensive knowledge and capabilities in maintenance contract specification and procurement, auditing and monitoring and planned maintenance reviews.
Marc has provided technical advice for a number of prestigious, seminal and landmark buildings including the London Stock Exchange headquarters, East Village (Olympic Village, London), the Bank of England and The O2 Arena (in its former guise as The Millennium Dome).
Marc’s strategic client relationships include St James’s Place Wealth Management, Cording Real estate Group, Boultbee Brookes, Ashdown Phillips and Partners, Vine Property Management, Northwood Investors and Workman.
He has authored a number of articles on subjects such as technical due diligence, dilapidations and how the operation and maintenance of low zero carbon technologies post occupancy can affect intended design performance and calculated assessment ratings.
I have experience working on a wide range of building types. These include offices, business and retail parks, industrial buildings, financial institutions, educational establishments, airports, hospitals, nursing homes, military, sport and entertainment facilities, distribution depots, shopping centres and mixed use developments.
Each building differs in relation to the services installed, its complexity, age and condition, maintenance and repair works undertaken, issues experienced, current defects and future requirements. This provides an interesting range of diversity and variety and I am also motivated by achieving the quick turnarounds and deadlines which technical due diligence reports often require.
Professional services work has taken me around the UK and also Europe, including countries such as France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
I believe that sustainable and efficient engineering is fundamental to the development, construction, occupation, operation and maintenance of the highest quality buildings and their internal environments.
Outside of work, I enjoy all things outdoor. Having recently retired from playing local league football, I now try and impart my (limited) knowledge to local youth teams in a teaching role.