Who are we

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Stephen Ford

Director

Stephen Ford as its principal Director. Stephen recognises the breath of diversity needed within his team to produce wide ranging solutions for both local authorities and the private sector use of sheltered homes, recycling methods by creating sustainable construction solutions. Stephen is a Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and focused keeping self-educated within the construction industry, experienced within rural regeneration projects. Stephen works closely with The University of Birmingham on ARLI Projects developing new technology to enhance smarter homes through CIAMM (Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing). Stephens responsibility are to identify opportunities and structure long term relationships and build a strong team to lead and bring Suscons UK Ltd to the next generation of truly affordable self-contained energy efficiency sheltered homes and sustainable materials to the global market place.

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Peter Briathswaite

Director

Peter Braithwaite BSc, MSc, DIC, CEng, CEnv, CRWM, FICE, MCIWM

With over 40 years of experience, predominantly in consultancy within the civil engineering industry, Peter is a recognised expert in sustainability and sustainable development of major infrastructure and regeneration projects. He has developed and delivered sustainability strategies for numerous major infrastructure and built environment projects and programmes internationally, including the London 2012 Olympic Park. Peter has particular skills in setting sustainability objectives, strategies and targets for organisations and projects, sustainable development of urban regeneration projects, sustainable procurement and providing technical leadership for sustainability and environmental services. In recognition of his advanced technical and innovative work in sustainable development, Peter was conferred as Honorary Professor in the School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham, in 2006. He is currently leading a 6-year collaborative research project, ARLI, which identify waste streams or other materials that by innovation can be transformed into higher value materials for the construction industry or other application. The project is also looking at process improvements to aid low-carbon production of materials and is positively contributing to the concept of the circular economy.

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Jon Roberts

Consultant

Jon has been a Consultant within the waste and construction industry and has considerable expertise working in Sustainability, Circular Economy, Business and Software Development both here in the United Kingdom and Europe. He has a wide network across UK Business and Academia and has helped many in developing new innovative ideas.