AECB News : Introducing our latest members

Welcome new AECB members!

We are pleased to welcome our latest members . You will see that Urbane Eco Ltd link to the their directory entry in our Member Directory.  This is because they have updated their profile which makes it more searchable and allows for much more information and photos than a basic listing.  This is a free listing for members who have paid as a company and can be done by logging into www.aecb.net.  If you need a reminder of your log in details, email here.

Find out more about some of our members below;

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Ronan’s self-build ultra low energy home


FmK Architecture Ltd, Antrim

Ronan says; “FmK Architecture Ltd was founded in 2009 and towards the end of 2010 FmK decided to drop “basic/standard, building methods” to specialise in low-energy architecture.  After some extensive research, we came up with our own unique thermal detailing techniques which allow us to build low energy homes at an affordable low cost. In 2012 a new sister company called FmK ECOHomes was launched providing four pre-designed, pre-costed, low-energy low-cost Housetypes, ranging from £62K to £102K. Since the inception of the ECOHomes range in 2012, FmK have gained vast knowledge of low energy design, with onsite experience and ongoing research and development. FmK deliver homes and buildings that are comfortable but with very low running costs and a low carbon footprint. FmK are at the forefront of building technology, using details and systems such as airtightness, reduced cold bridging, heat recovery ventilation and renewable energies; which are integrated into the overall design to achieve exceptional performance levels. Towards the end of 2013 we also launched our very own ECO Store, providing low-energy and eco-products.   We had read about the AECB in different press over the years and hope that our involvement with the association may further enhance our knowledge base on new detailing methods, products and keep pushing the boundaries to build better and more efficient buildings.”

Tombuild, Kent

Tom says; “I’ve been involved in open spaces, public health, cycling advocacy, and then spent 7 years renovating in the south of France! I recently graduated from Bristol with an MSc in Urban Planning and would like to get involved in planning for healthy communities with a particular interest in bio solar and other green/blue infrastructure. I currently work in domestic renewable energy and low impact buildings”

Sam Woodbridge, London

Sam says; “I am an architect and director of FOUNDED, an architecture and construction project management consultancy based in London with projects ongoing in the UK and Zambia. I have experience with / interest in historic buildings and working with natural materials, mainly various forms of earth and timber construction.  By joining AECB I hope to take advantage of the training and information on offer to extend my knowledge of environmentally aware building practice.”

Cassidy + Ashton Group Ltd, Cheshire

Urbane Eco Ltd, Bristol

Modus Architects Limited, Isle of Man

Vickers Architects, London

Enbee Architecture + Design, London

Tabitha Pope Architecture, London

Apply Design And Build, Hertforshire

Nuplanet Sustainable Solutions, East Sussex

Mark Spring, Wiltshire

John Marshall, London

Radovan Ptasinsky, Bedforshire

Paul Hedges, Devon

Gabriela Lavetelli, Norfolk

Paul Wilson, Bedfordshire

Abi Daines, Hampshire

Carlos Jimenez-Bescos, Essex

Billy Mooney. London

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