Cundall expands sustainability offering with new Sustainability Lead

(UK) – David Everington to be Sustainability Lead in Manchester.

Multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Cundall has expanding its sustainability offering in Manchester with the appointment of David Everington as Sustainability Lead for the region. Everington will be responsible for overseeing the growth of the business’ sustainability consultancy in Greater Manchester as it looks to meet increased demand for sustainable solutions in the region, including Greater Manchester’s net zero carbon 2038 requirement.

With more than 12 years’ experience in sustainable design, Everington has worked for Cundall since 2015 and was also recently appointed as the UK Green Building Council’s Local Network Coordinator for Greater Manchester. He specialises in renewable energy systems technology and has led on many high-profile projects in Manchester and UK, including the Salford Crescent masterplan, which is the largest net zero carbon regeneration scheme in the UK.  

Commenting on his new role, Everington said: “I’m very proud to have been appointed as Sustainability Lead in Manchester. Sustainability consulting and net zero carbon construction solutions have become increasingly in demand in Manchester over the last 12 months, and I’m very pleased to be able to step into this role and help Manchester businesses and developments achieve the region’s ambitious net zero carbon targets.”

Simon Wyatt, Sustainability Partner at Cundall added: “We’re really pleased to have David taking on responsibility for growing our business in Manchester. His understanding of low carbon technology makes him a great asset to the business and will significantly enhance the business’s offering in the region. We look forward to working alongside him and continuing to create sustainable solutions for the built environment.”

Cundall’s sustainability consultancy currently has 87 members worldwide and they plan to continue expanding to reach the 100 staff mark within the next few months.