MEng Chemical Engineering
IOSH Managing Safely Certificate
Sam graduated with a Master’s in Chemical & Process Engineering with Distinction at the University of Strathclyde in 2017.
Under Synergie Environ, Sam has successfully led and supported various heat, power and water saving feasibility studies across a wide range of sectors from food & drink, brewing & distilling, leisure, computing and pharmaceuticals. This work involved a deep understanding of an organisation’s demands, systems and outputs to appropriately identify significant energy and water saving or low carbon energy system opportunities. As part of this work, Sam built robust models to correctly identify favourable economic opportunities for the client. Finally, Sam built this information into a reliable and accurate business case for clients to use to fund their various low carbon energy systems / energy & water saving opportunities onsite. Sam is also supporting the feasibility, design, procurement, installation and commissioning of a multi-million-pound anaerobic digestion facility in the North East of England. This work involves reliable and consistent project management and stakeholder engagement to deliver a successful project.
Previous to Synergie Environ, Sam’s passion for sustainability led him to join Heineken as an Energy Engineer. In this role, Sam led various energy & water saving opportunities from initial concept to design, installation, commissioning and operation across the 4.5 million hectolitre site. Sam also managed the site’s existing Effluent Treatment Facility, during this time, Sam was also the site controller for the installation of a new LTAD WWTP onsite- ensuring quick, accurate and reliable implementation and integration to site.
SKILLS & EXPERTISE
- • Project & Team Management
- • Business Case Development
- • Energy Data Collection, Analysis & Modelling
- • Controlling Works
- • Technical & Economic Opportunity Assessment
- • Stakeholder Engagement