Meet the Greencore team
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A maths graduate from Oxford University with 30 years’ experience as a strategic risk consultant to the insurance industry, Martin was also a senior business leader across Europe, Middle East and Africa before deciding to build a portfolio career. Martin brings strategic focus and strong financial disciplines to the business, and provides mentoring and guidance to the team. He is also passionate about the potential of changing the carbon footprint of house-building, and creating a new paradigm of low carbon, low energy housing fit for the 21st century.
A physics graduate from Durham University with over 30 years’ experience in specialist construction (historic building repair and eco-buildings). Ian was managing director of IJP Building Conservation Ltd from 1987 to 2007. This is where Ian developed his love of lime and other natural building materials. Ian was managing director, chairman and technical director of Lime Technology Ltd at various times between 2003 and 2013. During this time he pioneered the use of lime mortars in the new building sector and also developed hemp-lime building systems.
Ian has also been involved in the following voluntary roles:
A civil engineer with a background in project management. Piers started his construction career working with Ian at IJP Building Conservation from 1992 to 1994. Over the last 20 years he has worked for Sir Robert McAlpine, L&B Civil Engineering, Wates, and Hemcrete Projects Ltd (a subsidiary of Lime Technology). Piers has worked on numerous prestigious projects such as the New British Library, Croydon Tramlink, Paddington Basin, Royal Chelsea Hospital, M&S Cheshire Oaks, The Science Museum Archive and The Triangle.Send Piers a message
Mark qualified as a Civil Engineer in 1991 and worked on site in the industry for 10 years involved with piling, mass earthworks, retaining structures, sewage and water treatment works, roads, bridges, rail and Underground projects. During this period he went from engineering control to senior site management. This took him into general construction where he developed building experience culminating in complex hospital and school developments. Mark’s interest in detail/co-ordination/technical problem-solving led him into design management running tender and pre-construction schemes through to active sites for large design and build contractors. The Wine Society project was his introduction to renewable building materials and he subsequently joined Ian at Lime Technology to assist product development and accreditation. Mark now leads the design team.Send Mark a message
Rob has a proven track record in production and process management having previously run the factory for Stewart Milne Timber Systems. Rob has been working with offsite manufactured lime-hemp panels for the last five years. During that time, he has refined the manufacturing processes and introduced a strong Quality Assurance culture. The factory runs like a well-oiled machine under Rob’s leadership.Send Rob a message
Tom is an architect with both design flare and commercial experience. This combination is rare in the industry. Tom has worked on numerous one-off houses as well as large schemes for national housebuilders during his time at Broadway Malyan Architects. Tom first worked with lime-hemp during a two year period at Lime Technology before he completed his Part 3 exams in 2011. Tom leads the architectural side of the business.Send Tom a message
Matt has spent 10 years in the timber framing industry with both Stewart Milne Timber Systems and Sylva Group. As well as timber frame design, Matt has experience of design management, project management and cost control. Matt runs the timber frame design and commercial sides of the business.Send Matt a message
Max graduated with a BSc (hons) in civil engineering at the University of West England. He has worked for seven years on the development of hemp-lime building systems. Max was part of the HEMPSEC project, which was set up to prove the performance of hemp-lime insulation and promote its use in building projects throughout Europe. As part of the project he managed the construction of five test buildings at the research park at Wroughton. Max now works as part of the design team.Send Max a message