Phil Nedin

Phil Nedin is a Chartered Engineer and a specialist in healthcare facilities. He worked with consulting engineer Arup for 25 years until April 2014. For 14 years he was responsible for their healthcare business, originally in the UK, then Europe and for the final 7 years globally. This role enabled him to visit many countries to investigate healthcare systems and facilities and promote the Arup healthcare brand. In 2014 Phil stood down as a director of Arup and now operates as a healthcare facilities consultant to Arup through his own independent company. Phil is a Past President of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management and has written a number of articles on the new requirements and existing liabilities of the healthcare estate. He has also developed a sustainable framework for the healthcare design process which has been published in a European Observatory book on health systems and policies. He has also been involved in a number of European research projects involving the energy reduction in healthcare estates and adding value to the healthcare facilities owners through good design. Phil sits on the Advisory Panel for Imperial College Health Partners which is a North West London Academic and Health Sciences Partnership involving Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, The Brompton Hospital, The Royal Marsden Hospital and Imperial College London amongst others. Phil is a member of the publications advisory panel for the International Federation of Hospital Engineering and he lectures annually on a major final year project at Cardiff University MEng programme which he helped to develop 10 years ago as well as being a visiting lecturer at the Welsh School of Architecture. Phil has recently co-authored a paper on the ventilation design practices within birthing suites which in April 2016 was awarded first prize by the International Federation of Hospital Engineering for innovative design practices.

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