Who We Are

"Richard and I have worked together for many years, delivering multiple projects across a wide range of sectors, so when the time came to move on and start our own firm it seemed only natural that we’d do this together"

Forming EnG Consultants has been an exciting step for us and we hope to make it beneficial for all of the Architects, Developers and Clients that we’ve worked with in the past, as well as new connections that we meet in the future. Our goal continues to be to deliver the highest standard of service and engineering in everything we do and we believe as EnG Consultants this gives us the right vehicle to deliver this.

Kieren Elsdon
BEng(Hons) CEng MCIBSE

Kieren has almost 25 years' experience in building services with a Mechanical Engineering bias and has a successful history in delivering low-carbon / low-energy and sustainable solutions, adopting a practical and holistic design method while never being afraid to develop a bespoke solution when required.

Before forming EnG Consultants, Kieren was Operations Director at P3R Engineers, joining them in 2015. Prior to that he spent more than a decade working at some of the most prestigious MEP consultancies in the UK, where he was a key part of the teams involved in delivering two RIBA Stirling Prize nominated projects, the London 2012 Velodrome and the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the London School of Economics (both at BDSP, now Chapman BDSP), as well as The Zig Zag Building in Victoria which won Office Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival (whilst at Sweco).

"It is vital to work closely with our Clients and Architects to understand their needs and aspirations for the project. In this way we strive to deliver the best engineering solution for the building's end users while retaining the architects’ vision and clients’ aspirations." 

He has extensive technical know-how, the ability to understand clients’ needs and is adept at helping teams interpret and communicate complex solutions.

In more recent years during his time at P3R he headed up projects which have included conversions at Swindon Carriage Works and Keble College, works to listed buildings at the Central Criminal Court and Union Chapel, new build developments at St Christopher’s Hospice and Godolphin & Latymer School, as well as a number of high-end private residential projects both in London and around the country.

Richard Gold

Before forming EnG Consultants, Richard was Technical Director at P3R Engineers, joining them in 2016. 

He started his career as an electrical installation apprentice, working on sites with RTT Group, before moving into consultancy with ACDP in 2006 and later taking roles as Senior Electrical Engineer at Sustainable Design Solutions and Van Zyl & De Villiers.

Richard is an electrical engineer who strives to develop and meet clients' varying technical design briefs in order to provide buildings that are simple to use, whilst ensuring that the ever moving technological advances in areas such as controls, distribution, lighting and power generation are optimised. 

Unusually for an electrical engineer, Richard is also a certified CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant, Advising on Part L building regulations for the conservation of fuel and power. This enables him to apply his expert knowledge of renewable technologies, including photovoltaics and energy metering to projects, ensuring that buildings are designed to run as efficiently as possible. 

“Legislative pressures on how buildings must perform as well as rising energy prices have meant that a proactive and informed approach to efficient building design is now a vital part of building services engineering”.   

Notable recent projects that Richard has worked on include the major refurbishment of Young V&A in London, The British Film Industry (BFI) London, the Science and Media Museum in Bradford and also the Bushey Jewish Cemetery which was nominated for the Sterling prize in 2018 (all with P3R Engineers). 

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