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Elizabeth Chege

Elizabeth Chege

Elizabeth holds a dual Masters in Sustainable Design Science and Building Services from the University of Sydney Australia. She has a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from Thames Valley University UK. She is a green building AP for Green Star (Australia & South Africa) and USGBC LEED-Building Design and Construction.
She has a successful track record being in senior management and lead consultant capacity on a number of major projects including Airports notably Terminal 5 Heathrow UK, Brisbane Airport Cooperation Convention Centre in Australia, Residential, Retail & Commercial Developments in Australian & Oman. The wealth of sustainable engineering expertise is drawn from the Middle East, UK, USA, Australia, Nigeria and East Africa.
She has a wealth of experience in highly integrated services for the built environment across the full property and infrastructure lifecycle, Project Management, Project Resource Management, Facilities Management Consultancy, Existing Building Sustainable Refurbishment, Sustainable Building Surveys, Building Services, Building Energy Performance Modelling, Net Zero Energy Buildings, Water/ Waste management and Strategic facilities management including Green Leases, computer aided FM.
Through her collaborative leadership of KGBS, Elizabeth has led the transformation of the built environment in Kenya by embedding sustainability into the industry and extending it to green schools thus mitigating greenhouse gas emission, human health enhancement and boldly stimulating the green jobs agenda. Beyond technical leadership, Elizabeth believes it is our noble responsibility, as a human community, to enhance the environment in our economic pursuits.

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