Our experience means that we are competitively priced when working autonomously or as part of a design team, taking a holistic approach to each job.
Susie Diamond MInstP aMCIBSE
Susie joined Fulcrum Consulting as an in-house building physicist in 2000. During her nine year tenure, she grew the building physics team into a staff of five. Susie continued to lead this department for a further two years when Fulcrum were bought by multinational construction company Mott MacDonald, leaving in 2011 to co-found INKLING.
Notable previous projects include: Natural History Museum’s Darwin Centre, Brighton Library, Westway Beacons, Kingsdale School, the National Maritime Museum, and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
Susie takes an active part in the construction industry. She was previously the Vice Chair of WiBSE (Women in Building Services Engineering Steering Group) and has been part of the judging panel for the CIBSE Building Performance Awards for 3 years. Susie has also written about the industry for a range of media including BBC News, The Guardian and the CIBSE Journal.
Claire joined INKLING in September 2013. Previously she had worked for URS (formally Scott Wilson) and Hoare Lea as a Senior Building Physicist and at BRE, developing the SBEM tool and providing technical support to the SBEM training program, enabling her to gain an in-depth knowledge of UK building energy regulations.
Claire is an expert in the use of dynamic building simulation software packages for consultancy including thermal comfort analysis, loads calculations, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), daylight modelling and modelling calculations in support of BREEAM. She has a PhD in CFD modelling, has extensive research experience and has contributed to a number of publications.
She is a CIBSE Fellow and CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant and Low Carbon Energy Assessor accredited for EPC production for complex buildings. Claire was shortlisted for Professional/Consultant of the Year at the Women in Construction Awards 2010.