We’re delighted to confirm Nicki Parker’s appointment as NDY Sustainability’s Building Sciences & Resilience Leader.
Nicki joined NDY just over three years ago, bringing with her a wealth of experience in building physics and early stage sustainable design expertise which she has used to develop our capability in advanced modelling techniques such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis and early stage building design optimisation. She works across the NDY business, delivering projects for local and international clients; as well as supporting Tetra Tech’s High Performance Buildings Group (HPBG).
“I feel extremely privileged to be offered this unique opportunity within NDY which allows me to focus, not only on my personal passion of creating buildings that push the benchmarks of sustainable and innovative design using advanced simulation techniques, but to enhance the NDY brand of Making Spaces Work by delivering high quality internal and external environments for our clients that do their part in reducing the environmental impact of our built environment,” says Nicki.
As part of both the NDY and HPBG global sustainability teams Nicki will continue her work with our internal design teams and directly with our clients to support design excellence, considering not only how buildings and places perform today, but well into the future.
About Nicki Parker
Building Sciences & Resilience Leader
Nicki is a highly respected industry leader in climate resilient design. With over 14 years in Building Physics and Sustainability consulting, Nicki’s in-depth knowledge of applying complex principles to practical sustainable design provides value to clients and promotes repeat business.
Nicki has strong project management and leadership skills and is particularly interested in engaging with project teams to enhance practical, sustainable outcomes that benefit clients and users through the life time of a project.
A specialist in CFD and building simulation, Nicki is highly motivated and enthusiastic about solving challenging problems, providing evidence towards sustainability targets and design optimisation. She is passionate about using computational analysis techniques to demonstrate the performance of a particular design, and working with design teams to provide evidence based design solutions.