Our team expands

We’ve recently welcomed two new members of our team: Angela Wood and Amanda Lesiatoi!

Site visit 024Angela started off studying accountancy at Reading College. After several years at a Reading-based chartered accountancy firm, she moved into energy efficiency assessment – accountancy’s loss is our considerable gain!

She has been an accredited CSH assessor for five years, and was employed by Energist for seven years, as an SAP and CSH assessor. Here she’ll likely be specialising in the Code for Sustainable Homes, but we look forward to benefitting from her expertise in many different areas.

Angela says: ‘This is an exciting change in terms of a new company and new colleagues and I am looking forward to getting stuck in to my new work load and building relationships with my clients.’


Amanda Lesiatoi PP photoAmanda has a BSc. in Environmental Science from The University of Plymouth, and an MSc. in Sustainable Energy from Cardiff University.

She comes to us from Waterman Engineering and Environmental Consultants, where she was responsible for the thermal modelling of buildings using SBEM and Dynamic Simulation software, developing energy strategies and demonstrating Part L compliance, and conducting feasibility studies for LZC technologies.

She is a member of CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers) and has achieved Low Carbon Consultant status, is on the Building Design and Building Simulation registers, and is listed as a Low Carbon Energy assessor. We’re excited to involve her in our upcoming projects.

Amanda says: ‘Everyone has been welcoming and supportive and I am enjoying becoming part
of the busy team.  There are lots of interesting projects current at the moment that I am looking forward to working on.’

Welcome to the team, both!


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