Lucy joined EVORA in March 2020. She has almost 2 years of experience working as a sustainability consultant for the built environment. Previously, she was working at WSP in their Sustainable Places and Asset Performance teams. Her experience ranges from health and wellbeing assessments and resource efficiency strategies, to bespoke embodied carbon catalogues and building-level energy efficiency improvements.
Lucy is an accredited energy assessor and is a member of IEMA. Her academic background is in science, with a BSc(Hons) in Physics and an MSc in Sustainability and Consultancy from the University of Leeds.
What are your main responsibilities?
I am responsible for assisting European and UK clients with delivering a range of sustainability services. This could include health and wellbeing strategy, energy auditing, monitoring and targeting, GRESB assistance, compliance, Environment Management Systems, utility data management and using SIERA to perform data analysis
What’s the best part of your job?
I like working in teams to deliver services for clients. It’s nice to be around other sustainability professionals who share a similar passion for the work. My tasks are also quite diverse and involves a lot of problem solving, which keeps things interesting!
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be an astronaut when I grew up. But I soon realised that if I’m scared of heights and rollercoasters, I probably wouldn’t do too well with spacecraft.