Brian’s extensive global experience in health planning spans more than 35 years. Over that time he has worked on a multitude of healthcare facility development projects across a diverse range of socio-economic environments. Brian’s strength lies in incorporating his detailed understanding of how clinicians use healthcare spaces, and how patients experience them, into the very early stages of vision shaping and design brief development.
Danny’s key strength lies in understanding and navigating the complex journey from developing a considered model of care to determining the design which will best facilitate the delivery of that model. A visiting lecturer at the Medical Architecture Research Unit at London South Bank University, he is a passionate advocate of an evidence-based approach to healthcare facility design. Danny has a focus on enabling healthcare systems and buildings to respond to emerging trends in clinical best practice and medical technologies.
Nathaniel’s expertise includes health strategy, international development, health economics and procurement. He has a detailed knowledge of international development and healthcare policy and trends. In addition he has extensive experience and an in-depth understanding of infrastructure development and procurement methods for healthcare projects. Through his project experience he has excellent analytical, mediation, negotiation and partnership development skills.
Kieren is an accomplished designer and innovator, responsible for many award-winning projects in the healthcare facility design sector. Combining practice with teaching, research and design advisory roles he has spent over 25 years creating advanced environments for the delivery of health services across the whole health system. He has taught at the top rated Welsh School of Architecture for over 12 years, and was a Design Review Panel Member for both the Design Commission for Wales and the NHS Estates in England for over 10 years.
Kate’s areas of expertise include briefing and business case development, operational policy development, equipment planning, and operational commissioning of healthcare facilities. Kate has a keen eye for detail, particularly during the design and commissioning process. Kate seeks to achieve design excellence, cost certainty and predictability of project delivery throughout the project lifecycle, providing strong leadership to realise the initial vision objectives in the completed facility.
With over twenty years’ experience within healthcare projects, Jill has been involved in the clinical planning of several multi-million pound hospital projects. She has experience ranging from clinical design briefing, schedule of accommodation development and business case writing through to the operational commissioning of hospitals. Jill has developed a particular interest in clinical buildability and future flexibility within the briefing process.
With over 20 years’ experience delivering multiple successful healthcare capital developments, Patrick has advanced specialist knowledge across a range of disciplines including clinical planning, technical design, and equipment planning and procurement. His track record includes the management of numerous complex and high profile projects, such as the NHS Nightingale North West Hospital, collaborating with multiple and varied stakeholder groups, and delivering high-quality outcomes against challenging time-scales.
Andrew has successfully managed some of our most complex procurement contracts, from coordinating the activities of design, construction and supplier teams on super-acute hospital projects, to managing the delivery and installation of equipment to rural primary-care clinics in conflict zone countries. With a broad insight into the latest medical technologies and strong negotiation skills, he consistently achieves best value for money outcomes for our clients.
Rose has highly developed skills in the delivery of technical aspects of procurement projects, and leads the coordination and delivery of procurement management services. She ensures quality standards are upheld by utilising the bespoke tools, processes, and methodologies we have developed to implement complex procurement projects. She is key to identifying and managing risks and issues that may affect successful and timely project delivery.
Matt has over 10 years’ experience as a CIPS qualified procurement Consultant, successfully managing the procurement process for numerous major hospital development projects. Matt is adept at getting the best technical and commercial outcomes through his relationship building and negotiation approach, and brings an enhanced level of strategic analysis in his identification of the most suitable procurement options for any given project.
With a broad knowledge and experience of coordinating the delivery of healthcare planning, design and equipment procurement projects, Simon has a comprehensive understanding of the journey from determining the demand for healthcare to delivering its supply. With excellent technical knowledge and a strong background in project management, he is accomplished at bringing together a multitude of stakeholders to deliver complex programmes of healthcare facility design and development work.
With more than 15 years’ experience across a wide-range of healthcare facility development projects, Tim is an equipment planning consultant and our BIM lead. He is highly experienced in developing room by room equipment schedules, MEP equipment installation data and drawings, and equipment loaded room layout drawings. Tim has extensive experience of using a number of equipment planning, design, and data management platforms including ADB, Codebook Attainia, dRofus, and Revit, and is primary contributor to our technology futures research programme.
Over the past 15 years, Gemma has worked closely with NHS Trusts, construction contractors, and multidisciplinary design teams, in the development of numerous major healthcare facility projects. She is experienced in effectively communicating technical design information to a wide array of project stakeholders, and has an in-depth knowledge of healthcare design standards from all around the world. Gemma is a key contributor to our research programme, and combines a comprehensive knowledge of equipment technologies with a macro understanding of how effective healthcare buildings deliver care.
As a qualified architectural assistant Levina has worked on various healthcare projects over the last 5 years, supporting the production of feasibility studies, clinical design briefs, functional relationship diagrams and patient, clinician and FM pathways. Levina is also experienced in preparing 3D images and conceptual design proposals in coordination with the client brief, and supports the design development process through review and commentary of design drawings at site, facility, department and room by room scale.
Joey’s experience working as the medical equipment co-ordinator for a major regional acute hospital gave him a wealth of knowledge in specifying and managing all kinds of medical equipment in a live multi-site clinical setting. He combines this with exceptional skills in data analytics and management. He has the ability to analyse complex and extensive datasets, identifying trends in equipment utilisation, cost, and design impact and making him a key part of our equipment and technology planning team.
Hannah is an experienced healthcare analyst with skills in modelling and data analysis. Her strengths lie in bringing structure to business problems, using analytical techniques to improve business decisions and communicating solutions effectively.
Using specialist tools she is able to evaluate optimum location for services to meet the specific needs of the local and natural catchment population and she is highly skilled in presenting information in a way which has impact, is immediately understandable and visually effective.
Kim has over 40 years’ experience as a bio-medical engineer, working on all different types of healthcare facility development projects in over 80 countries around the world. Kim is highly skilled at understanding the complex interface between a healthcare building and the key medical equipment, and helps to significantly reduce design and construction risk by coordinating information and activity exchange between the design team, equipment supplier, construction contractor, and healthcare operator.
Peter has spent more than 30 years as a strategic hospital planner and operational manager. With hands-on experience in managing major hospitals, Peter offers insight into the operational challenges of healthcare facilities. He brings extensive experience in the preparation of business cases, operational commissioning and transfer facilitation.
John is an industry heavy weight, having managed a multitude of large and complex procurement projects within UK and international markets. Working for the NHS, he developed national procurement strategies and targets and negotiated large-scale commercial contracts. John brings nearly 40 years’ experience to MJ Medical, providing clients with leading procurement strategies.
A qualified mechanical engineer with 30 years’ specialist experience, Martyn has a long track record of coordinating the procurement and commissioning on numerous large-scale healthcare projects. His strong ability to develop quality logistic strategies for complex projects, coupled with his knowledge of the mechanical and electrical intricacies of medical equipment make him a valuable lead on any on-site installation.