01494 464544 consulting@eep.co.uk

Who We Are

 

Here at EEP we are a group of 20+ engineers and administrative staff working over two floors of the old Chapel House on the quaint High Street of West Wycombe. At EEP it’s not all about the work, throughout the year you will find staff enjoying summer BBQ’s in the backyard, regular company events, and a pub across the road.

We are always on the lookout for ambitious, self-driven engineers so if you feel like enjoying the benefits of a London based company without the congested commute please get in touch using the details below.

The company is currently led by three directors:

 

Nigel Bowater

Joined the Practice in 1984

During a career in building engineering spanning over thirty years in Contracting and Consultancy, has developed a wide ranging expertise for mechanical engineering. Extensive experience in traditional full duties projects and D&B. Has particular experience of fast track retail and office fit-out projects and undertaking condition reports for Building Services.

Neil Reynolds

Joined the Practice in 2004

During his career in building services engineering Neil has worked with clients and design teams from concept design through to project completion and delivery. He has a keen interest in providing engineering solutions in low energy and highly sustainable projects. This stems from his Masters degree in Sustainable Energy Systems. Neil is a chartered Mechanical Engineer with experience in many building sectors.

Tygue Doyle

Tygue joined the practice in 2015 as a Mechanical Engineer with particular experience in environmental design and thermal modelling. Tygue has an Engineering Doctorate in Renewable Technologies from Brunel University and is in the process of applying for chartership status at CIBSE. As a father of two young children Tygue enjoys practicing his carpentry by building things for them to jump off of. A fair weather cyclist to the office, and plays 5-a-side football in the local league, he would love to see more of the golf course but his family think otherwise.