Anthony enjoys seeing the projects he has worked on being used by local communities and families. He started his career developing, analysing and delivering engineering strategies, before progressing to lead highly successful consultancy teams on numerous award-winning sustainable development projects. These range from building designs, masterplans for new and ageing cities, to pure organisational consultancy. His significant UK and global experience gives him the ability to understand cultural diversity, community needs, and see through the complexity to find a positive solution in the most challenging situations.
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Phil loves the outdoors and is a keen runner and cyclist. A serial learner, he enjoys bringing disconnected ideas together. Shortlisted for this year’s UKGBC Rising Star Award, Phil has contributed to industry reference reports on Health, Wellbeing and Productivity. As part of his doctorate research in stakeholder engagement and sustainable decision making he developed approaches to bring together human values with quantitative performance data for complex projects. He completed this whilst working for one of the world’s most respected engineering companies through trialling the approaches on client's projects. He has led the development of sustainability strategies and frameworks with some of the world's most progressive organisations.
Austen started out as a musician playing to audiences nationally, including Glastonbury. Now, he spearheads 3ADAPT’s work in the cultural sector. Having worked with successful institutions such as the Whitworth, the Natural History Museum and the British Museum, Austen brings together his creative flair with a data driven approach to transform the sustainability of established institutions.
Jamie is a recent graduate Chemical Engineer from the University of Bath. Passionate about sustainability within the built environment, he is particularly keen on the strategic development and implementation of energy and utilities. Driven to make a positive impact in society, he enjoys using holistic thinking and analytical approaches to solve challenging problems. In his spare time he particularly enjoys music and sport, being a keen drummer, runner, and hockey player.
Rory recently graduated from the University of Bristol with a first class honours degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is particularly interested in using biomimicry, integrated design and systems thinking to reduce humanity's demand on resources and co-create eco-effective solutions. Rory conducted his bachelor's project on solar energy at La Universidad de Los Andes in Colombia and his master´s project on ground source heat pumps at the University of Bristol. As well as being an Engineer, Rory is a musician and enjoys climbing, hiking, skiing, dancing, language and culture.