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David Etherington

CEng(Hons) MCIBSE, AMIMECHE, AIGEM, Certified Passivhouse Designer


David is an equity partner in the firm and is the main point of contact providing support to Clients existing and new. His day to day role is business development and the technical advancement of the schemes we deliver.

His advanced engineering knowledge across all areas of MEP design and sustainability allows our flexible approach to deliver cost effective designs which are continually developing to meet the ever changing regulations for Building Services.

He attends monthly business development programmes and also sits on the Medway Skills Stakeholders Board promoting training and employment of disadvantaged young adults in the area.



Charted Member of CIBSE
Associate Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers
Associate Member of the Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers


BEng Hons Mechanical Engineering
Aston University (Birmingham)

2007 - PRESENT

Waterstone Design

One Woolwich

Lead Consultant for this 931 unit scheme spread over three sites with independent energy centres. Our knowledge if heat pump integration in to district heating networks aided our appointment as well as our proven track record in the residential sector.

West King Street Redevelopment

Lead Mechanical on this scheme consisting of 200 residential dwellings, 100,000sqft office space, cinema complex and Town Hall Refurbishment scheme. The central plant area incorporates ground source heat pump technology for both heating and cooling with multiple service arrangements across the site.

Our view to create efficiency across the development has already greatly reduced peak heating and cooling requirements across the board and brought cost savings to the Client.

Collindale Gardens - multiple stages

David led the team for the first 8 blocks we were involved with and remains well abreast of the current Block B developments as that phase evolves. Heavily involved with the Kantor development of the main energy centre serving the scheme.

Gibbs Crescent

A small 140 unit development offering high quality housing in Oxford, our remit was to provide an alternate heating system to the development from the planned CHP based system. We successfully modelled a heat pump based central heating plant with reduced overall costs and increased efficiency


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