- Environment & Infrastructure
- Strategic consulting
- Specialist consulting
- The Living City
- Happold Consulting
Jason joined Buro Happold in 1999. His current position is Northern Europe Discipline Leader for Building Environments, responsible for building services, building physics and sustainability engineers in our Northern England, Scottish and Copenhagen offices.
Within his career Jason has successfully executed and led others to deliver design excellent and financially successful building and master planning projects. He considers one of the greatest rewards is to create a spark and stimulate others to realise a higher level of design quality.
Jason cares deeply about creating built environments that provide the best opportunities for sustainable communities to flourish, based on strong economics. He is committed to ensure that architecture and engineering are fully integrated, with quality and excellence growing from form, function, materials and economics. Jason is also a CABE Building Environment Expert and a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Fellow at the University of Sheffield.
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Part of the British high street since 1863, the Co-op is the UK’s largest mutual retailer with a turnover of over £13 billion. In 2009 the retailer commissioned a new 400,000 sq ft, 16 storey head office building in Manchester to...
Dating from the 19th Century. Clarence Dock was originally constructed to transport goods to and from the centre of Leeds, particularly coal from the collieries in Wakefield and Rothwell, which was then distributed to heavy...
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Opened to the public in 2011, the Museum of Liverpool is one of the world’s leading city history museums and the largest newly created national museum in the UK for over a hundred years. Situated alongside the Three Graces in Liverpool’s historic waterfront setting, it will showcase Liverpool’s social history and popular culture while setting a global benchmark for other museums of its kind.