People

Tony Jones – Director

Tony has a degree in Building Energy Engineering and an HNC in Building Services (Mechanical). He has wide experience of all types of buildings and has been responsible for the entire life cycle of projects from concept to completion. Projects have included a wide spectrum of building types, including heritage, education, hospitals, commercial and specialist applications. Clients include private, local and regional Authorities, NHS Trusts, National Trust, contractors, developers, MoD and other high profile/blue chip companies.

Tony is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (MCIBSE) and the Institute of Health Care Engineering & Estate Management (MIHEEM) and a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Neil Prowse – Director

Neil has 40 years’ experience in the Building Services industry, starting as an electrical apprentice before moving into the design field. During this time he has worked in various fields including Heritage, Healthcare, Education, Residential and Commercial. These projects include working for clients such as The National Trust, English Heritage, The States of Guernsey, various NHS Trusts, Local Authorities, Contractors and Developers.

Neil has worked at both engineer and management level in a number of leading consultancy practices and brings practical experience to both the design and management of projects.

Neil is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (ACIBSE) and an Incorporated Engineer (IEng).

Dave Nellis – Director

With 25 years’ experience, Dave has specialised in integrating modern services into Historic Buildings since 1994, successfully working with a number of clients including Historic Royal Palaces, National Trust and English Heritage and many private clients on a wide variety of buildings ranging from scheduled ancient monuments to private residences, several of which have gained recognition winning national awards.

Dave has successfully operated in a wide variety of sectors including retail, commercial, schools – both private and state, theatre, scientific establishments, universities and colleges.

Dave is a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET).

Tim Bartlett – Associate (Electrical)

Tim has over 30 years’ experience in Building Services and undertakes electrical engineering design and project leadership roles for MTA.  Tim joined MTA in 2015 and adds a wide experience on all aspects of a successful commission to both our clients and ourselves.

Tim is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (ACIBSE) and an Incorporated Engineer (IEng).

Paul Trew – Principal Engineer (Mechanical)

Paul joined MTA in 2013 and has over 10 years’ experience in designing mechanical services for buildings, within both new and historical buildings, in many building sectors. Paul’s particular interest is the incorporation of low and zero carbon technologies into historic buildings, and how this can be achieved in a way in keeping with the sensitivities of such buildings.

Paul is a Chartered Engineer with the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (MCIBSE) and a registered CIBSE Certified Low Carbon Consultant.

Neil is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (ACIBSE) and an Incorporated Engineer (IEng).

Graham Cook – Senior Engineer (Mechanical)

Graham has an honours degree in Environmental Engineering (Mechanical) and an HND in Public Health Engineering which is combined with over 23 years of design experience on a wide range of Mechanical Services projects, including Heritage, Education, Healthcare, MOD, residential and commercial buildings.

Graham is a qualified Plumber and Heating Engineer, having completed a full apprenticeship upon leaving school and is therefore able to fully understand the practicalities of each solution offered.

As a full member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (MCIBSE) and, being a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council, he is experienced in all aspects of project delivery.

Paul Bryant – Senior Engineer (Electrical)

Paul jointed MTA in 2016 with considerable experience as an Electrical Engineer where he accumulated knowledge of a wide range of projects from initial concept design through to completion. His project experience is in education, healthcare, industrial, rail, MOD, commercial and residential. Since joining MTA, Paul has successfully transitioned into the Heritage sectors with clients such as the National Trust, English Heritage, churches and private and publically owned listed buildings.

Paul is a Licentiate member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (LCIBSE).

Sam Cunningham – Engineer (Mechanical)

Sam graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. From his degree courses and time on placement, Sam gained knowledge in many areas relating to buildings services with a wide range of budgets and performance requirements.

Sam has experience in the design of mechanical building services, thermal modelling and feasibility studies. He has worked on heritage refurbishments and new buildings and past projects have included churches, museums, castles, houses, school and manufacturing facilities.

Sam is a Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (GCIBSE).

Roz Tucker – CAD Manager

Roz began her career starting on the drawing board at 17 as a tracer. This led to natural progression to CAD in the late 1990s and she completed both ONC and HNC in Building Services Engineering. Roz now has an overall M&E draughting experience of 35 years. During this time, she has worked on a wide spectrum of Building Services projects including historic, residential, commercial, educational, leisure and private residences.

Sheila Latham – Office Manager

Sheila has had a wide and varied career in Research, Admin and Accounting. After falling into accounting by accident in the mid 1990s, she branched out into self-employed book-keeping for five years looking after numerous clients in Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire. MTA were one of those clients from 2008 and in 2012, they offered her a job which she accepted. Sheila looks after the company’s finances and all things non-engineering.