Established in 1957 by the late Sidney Genever in Battersea,the practice moved to their present offices at Dolphin Square in 1972. Public Health Engineering is a specialist service within the building environment and the practice offers this service to architects, structural engineers and building services professionals. In addition, clients include hospitals, government, property companies and others requiring advice on public health matters. With increasing environmental awareness, legislation for flood prevention and water conservation issues, Genever and Partners are able to offer specialist advice to comply with current standards.
BA. I.Eng, MCIWEM, FCIPHE, FSOPHE
'mm/hr of rain, he talks about, and no AAVs'. Brian trained with the Department of the Environment and later joined Arup Associates, Troup Bywaters and Anders, & Ove Arup and Partners as a senior public health engineer. Brian joined Genever and Partners in 1997, becoming a partner in 2001. Brian enjoys trouble shooting projects using his vast knowledge of public health engineering design. His experience includes flood risk assessments and the detailed coordination of building services.
PhD, MCIBSE, CEng
'Don't remind him about GIS maps'. Adrian has been designing building services since graduation in 2002, also has led LEED certifications and is a BREEAM Int-NC auditor. Adrian joined Genever and Partners beginning of 2015, becoming a director in 2019. His experience includes SuDS, FRAs and detailed coordination of building services.
'Chris controls the mess'.Chris is our financial director
John Morgan, MIPHE, EngTech
Senior Public Health Engineer
'John knows a bit of magic'. John has a long standing record in PH services design and contracting, having worked for the BBC, local authority (Environmental Health Inspector), a national building services contractor and several services consultancy practices. John joined Genever and Partners in 2007 as a senior public health engineer. His experience includes Legionella Risk Management, Project Management and detailed coordination of building services for industrial and commercial projects, health institutions and local authorities.
'Nikki keeps calm and CADs away'. Quite simply CAD for 20 years in M&E, public health and architectural
'Ask Gill, she will tell you'. With 12 years of experience with G+P her duties include managing office communications, fielding phone calls and emails, document control, email filing system, creating invoices, reports, time sheets, tracking and ordering office supplies. Gill also provides as-needed support to directors, and keeps shared office spaces organised and other ad-hoc duties as required.
BIM, Revit, Civil 3D.
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David Shaw, I. Eng, FCIPHE, FSOPHE
'We all know David'. David has experience working with national contracting companies as a contracts engineer, before joining Genever and Partners in 1972 and became a partner in 1974. His experience includes overseas projects and preparation of Expert Witness Reports. David was Vice Chairman of CIBSE, Society of Public Health Engineers. David retired in 2011 but continued on as a consultant.
Peter Clarke was an 'old school' engineer who was meticulous in detail and loved artistic hand drawings, he grew the practise with Sid Genever until David Shaw and Peter Greenwood joined in the early 70’s. He established the link with Ellis and Moore which continues to this day and worked on middle eastern projects and the National Gallery. He retired in 2001 and now lives in Crete.
Peter Greenwood joined in the early 70’s and together with David Shaw they became a quartet of Engineers establishing Genever and Partners as a professional practise with high standards and a commitment to quality of work. He established the link with Meica now Imtech and undertook many coordination projects for them.
Sidney Genever started the practise in 1957 from his home in Battersea. He left the PSA Property Services Agency who were responsible for many public Buildings. In the early years he used his contacts at the PSA to generate work for himself until Peter Clarke joined him.