Omar Jomeen is the Health Sector Lead for Galliford Try, who are a Principal Supply Chain Partner on the Department of Health’s P22 Framework. Omar’s clinical background gives him a unique understanding of the patient and staff needs.  With 17 years’ of capital projects experience, he has an eye for how changing clinical practices might inform our building designs in the future. As a key member of the P21+/P22 repeatable rooms working group he believes standardisation is not a ‘dirty word’, but an opportunity to increase quality and evidence based design to improve the patient experience.

In his role as the Leader of the UK Sales and Origination team for E.ON’s Demand Side Response services Brian works on the development and implementation of tailored demand side response solutions for Industrial & Commercial customers throughout the UK. Prior to this he worked as Energy Yield Coordinator for E.ON Climate and Renewables, where he managed the application of big-data analysis techniques to support wind turbine technical asset optimization for E.ON’s global wind fleet.

Brian holds a Master of Business Administration from GISMA Business School, and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from California Polytechnic State University. Before joining E.ON, Brian worked in the water infrastructure construction industry.

In his current role as Project Manager for E.ON Energy Storage Solutions, Davide works on the development and implementation of large scale battery projects for both grid scale and Industrial and Commercial customer applications in the UK and across Europe. Last year Davide developed the 10MW/5MWh Blackburn Meadows project, one of the first commercial battery projects in the UK, which is currently under construction in Sheffield.

Prior to joining the Energy Storage Solutions team in 2015, Davide worked in E.ON UK’s district heating and conventional generation business units, and as a consultant in the offshore energy industry.

Davide holds an MSc in Energy Systems and Thermal Processes from Cranfield University and a BEng in Energy Engineering from the University of Pisa.

Megan joined TB+A as an apprentice engineer in 2015 after completing her GCSE’s and AS Levels at school.

Megan has developed an understanding of the all services within buildings; she is studying a Level 3 Building Services Engineering course, has completed her NVQ as well as working on large projects alongside engineers in order to develop her knowledge and skills as an engineer.

Megan focus’ predominantly on electrical services within the healthcare sector, and has most recently taken on the role of designing a full lighting scheme for a hospital in the City of London.