Mr Walsh in LONDON
I entered the profession as a 5 years indentured student apprentice for Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Plumbing, Drainage, Water, Gas, Oil, Public Health Engineering, Building Services Engineering from August 1964 and qualified as an Engineer in 1969. I continued my academic and practical training to complete my professional qualification when I was awarded my Council of Engineering Institutions (CEI) Chartered Engineer (CEng) status in 1983. I became an Expert Witness in 1984. I became a...
Mr Gadsdon in LEATHERHEAD
Disputes between parties involved in the design, specification, installation, inspection, service, maintenance and commissioning of mechanical and public health building services comprising: • Air conditioning • Ventilation • Heating • HVAC controls • Renewable energy systems • Hot and cold water services • Above ground drainage, gas and water utility services