Kevin is a Senior Chartered Electrical Engineer with 18 years in the industry.

During this time he has gathered experience across a range of sectors with projects covering retail, commercial, mission critical, healthcare, and education.

Since joining Bryden Wood as an Associate Director in 2011 he has been responsible for leading the electrical design on a number of projects which include a private hospital in Kent; expansion of a waste water treatment plant in Cambridgeshire; the product design of a modular plug-in data centre critical power and cooling modules for Schneider Electric; and the design of a new passenger pier including baggage facility for Gatwick airport.
Kevin has also been involved in the development of a standardised chassis solution for a mixed-use residential development. This led to the design for a number of plots using the chassis approach with different architectural teams.

More recently he has worked on the development of a system design for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) for the development of production facilities globally. The system design is based on a scalable, component based, modular solution that targets off-site prefabrication using BIM. This has led to the commission of a number of feasibility studies for GSK projects following the system design solution.

Kevin has extensive experience with University frameworks having worked with various colleges including University of Cambridge, University Campus Suffolk and University College London.