News & announcements

Interpreting at London Metropolitan University with T&B Construction

Recently Fowler Martin completed a design and build project with T and B Construction at The London Metropolitan University.

The works were predominantly within the translation and interpreting suites on the university’s main campus. These areas are key in order to help LMU students train and hone their skills in order to operate them in real world settings. Rooms within the design scope included interpreting booths, mock court rooms, a large interpreting conference quarter as well as specialist offices and corridor spaces.

Fowler Martin worked closely with T and B Construction in order to ensure that the tailored designs fitted the needs of the project, deadlines were met and design options were in line with budget costs. Working in trusted partnerships within the industry is important. At Fowler Martin we ensure that all Clients receive the same level of service regardless of the project value of Client background.

Mike Baxter, Director commented: Design and Build Projects always present their own sets of challenges. It is important that we foster relationships with others working in the industry to ensure that works are of the highest quality.

Fowler Martin Social: Bounce, Old Street

The recent Fowler Martin social was held at Bounce in Old Street, London.

The night consisted of Ping Pong on the Wunderball table, followed by making new friends on the inclusive round the table game, hosted by Bounces Games Guru, and finished off with cocktails and breakfast at the Spitalfields Breakfast Club.

There were no clear winners on the Ping Pong tables, but honourable mention goes to Mausam Magar, for being voted the best player of the night!

Fowler Martin Supports Green Energy

Recently Fowler Martin assisted on the installation of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roof of the University College London residency, Langton Close.

Fowler Martin undertook multiple roles including: Principal Designer, Electrical Services Consultant and Project Manager.

The project itself was time critical, and required some thought on how to ensure the system was safe and maintainable.

Fowler Martin Project Controller, Mary Pasquale stated: Sustainability is such an important and complex element of the construction industry. Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems generate electricity from sunlight, and will assist the Client in both achieving their sustainability targets and a future cost benefit.

Fowler Martin involved in Listed Fire House Refurbishment

Fowler Martin are excited to announce our involvement in the refurbishment of East Ham Old Fire Station in High Street South, Newham.

The Grade II listed station which was built in 1913, will undergo an outstanding makeover following planning consent. All works on the building will take into consideration its current periodic features.

The ground floor engine room, which once housed the fire engines, will be converted into a restaurant with the upper floors used for five one-bedroom and two two-bed flats.

Mike Baxter, Fowler Martin Director, said: We are delighted to be working on such a high profile building in the Newham Community. It is always challenging working in listed buildings, but Fowler Martin have a lot of experience in this area and will look to design sympathetically to the historic beauty of this site.

New Opportunity at Fowler Martin!

We are currently looking for a Junior Administrative Assistant to join our office in Ingatestone, Essex.

The successful candidate will be required to carry out reception duties, have a good telephone manner and be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.

The position is part or full time to suit applicant.
Perks of the job include; company socials, pension scheme, overtime payment, private medical insurance and training opportunities.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to learn and develop their skills in a friendly office environment.

If interested, please contact Sarah Wesson (Office Manager) for further details, or to submit your CV. E:

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology receives a breath of fresh air.

Fowler Martin recently completed an air handling unit replacement project at UCL’s Petrie Museum. The project involved replacing the two air handling units on the roof of the Museum. Works had to be completed in stages in order to allow the Museum to continue to fully function and remain open to the public.

Works were complicated due to the delicate nature of artefacts housed within the museum. All works needed to be conducted in a mindful way to ensure no damage to any of the objects housed within the galleries.

The Museum was split into three galleries which are fed from 2No. Air Handling Units. In order for the museum to remain operational to students, staff and visitors, the balance of the ventilation system had to be maintained as much as possible.

The ventilation system was also given a service to ensure the entire system would be works to full efficiency on completion of the project.

The Petrie Museum is located on University College London’s main Bloomsbury campus. The museum contains over 80,000 objects and ranks among some of the world’s leading collections of Egyptian and Sudanese material.

Fowler Martin Hires CAD Technician

Fowler Martin are pleased to announce a new hire at the company. We are pleased to welcome Gareth Barford to the Fowler Martin Team.

Gareth has previously worked at a CAD Technician in a wet leisure design company and a MEP company. He has worked on a number of large projects at Chelsea Barracks, University College London Hospital (UCLH) and Battersea Power Station to name a few.

Gareth is looking forward in continuing the development of his CAD skills under the mentorship of Fowler Martin’s CAD Manager Laura Thorndick, in particular, Gareth is keen to learn both Revit and BIM.

Gareth is also looking to broaden his knowledge in both electrical and mechanical engineering services and has already begun his career development plan by attending lunchtime training sessions here at Fowler Martin.

In his free time, you find Gareth undertaking personal physical challenges such as the London 10k run, the Nuclear Races or spending quality time with his friends and family.

Fowler Martin New Starter

Fowler Martin are pleased to welcome Mausam Magar to the team.
Mausam recently graduated from Brunel University London, where he studied Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Bachelor level, and Sustainable Electrical Power as a Masters.
Mausam is interested in all aspects of electrical design and is looking forward to learning from the accomplished engineers at Fowler Martin.

Mausam has already been back to Brunel University London with the Fowler Martin electrical team, on a site visit to conduct a feasibility report and to carry out a site inspection on ongoing construction works.

Simon Ayres, Director commented: It is great to welcome Mausam to the company. He is already proving to be a quick study, enthusiastic and hardworking. We are looking forward in assisting him to continue to learn and progress further in his career.

At the weekends Mausam can be found flicking through Manga Novels, playing console video games and experimenting with different D-I-Y Projects.

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Fowler Martin first began working on the design for modernisation of the University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at Lasdun’s Institute of Education and Law two years ago.

Working alongside Burwell Deakins Architects, Fowler Martin assisted in obtaining planning and listed building consent from the London Borough of Camden. The proposals involve sensitive updates to the Grade II* Charles Clore House, designed by the late Sir Deny Lasdun. Located on Russell Square, the scheme proposes a comprehensive refurbishment of the library facilities whilst also improving accessibility, security and environmental performance of the iconic brutalist building.

Construction has now begun onsite by the Principal Contractor, Overbury. Fowler Martin will continue to oversee the installation of the building services and will work closely with the M&E sub-contractors to ensure maximum performance, quality and value for the Client.

International Presbyterian Church, West Ealing

Earlier this year, Fowler Martin were employed by EMS Ltd. to undertake the Mechanical Services Design of the International Presbyterian Church.

The International Presbyterian Church based in West Ealing had outgrown its original Grade II listed chapel and plans to build a new premises were made almost three decades ago.

The new scheme anticipates congregational growth of up to 200, providing new worship space, community meeting rooms, function space and administrative offices for the IPC. The existing 80-seat Edwardian Grade II listed chapel has been retained and cradled within the new scheme.

David Bool, Mechanical Engineer on the project noted: The overall design of the building by Piercy & Company is really unique and interesting. Preserving the existing chapel and still ensuring that the same quality of services are available throughout has been challenging, but we are pleased with the result of our final design.

Fowler Martin Welcomes New Senior Electrical Engineer

Fowler Martin are pleased to introduce our new Senior Electrical Engineer, Trevor Attwaters.

Trevor joins the company with 45 years of experience in the industry having previously worked for Essex Police as a Senior Design Engineer. In his previous role, Trevor worked on a diverse range of projects including infrastructure, new builds, laboratories and office refurbishments.

Previous to his six year employment with Essex Police, Trevor worked for 14 years as a Senior Electrical Engineer with David Miles and Partners Building Consultancy based in Romford.
Rob Savery, Associated Director commented: We are pleased to welcome Trevor to the company. 2018 has been an exciting year for Fowler Martin and I am really pleased that our team is growing. I’m sure that Trevor’s wealth of experience and knowledge will be a great asset.

In his free time Trevor can be found in pubs and clubs performing on his acoustic guitar. Fowler Martin is already looking forward to next summer, with a warm evening spent in a beer garden listening to Trevor serenade us all!

University College London, South Wing

Fowler Martin recently completed a lighting design and upgrade project for University College London, South Wing Council Rooms.

The South Wing Council Rooms form part of the University College London’s main campus based in Bloomsbury. The Council Rooms are located at the south end of the UCL cloisters. The site is Grade I listed.

Ludlow Lodge Lands Onsite

Ludlow Lodge based in Wallington Sutton is a new build project by London Borough of Sutton Council. The development comprises of 57 new flats, including six which have been adapted for wheelchair users.

London Borough of Sutton Council employed skilled and experienced Kind and Co. to assume the project, who then enlisted the services of Bell Phillips Architects and Fowler Martin to undertake the design. Fowler Martin were tasked to design all the mechanical and electrical building services for the project.

The project has received praise for significant progress made and the site was visited by the Deputy Mayor of London for Housing and Residential Development in August 2018. It is important to note that these are the first homes built by the council for nearly thirty years.

Cllr Dombey stated: Building these new high-spec homes is just one of the ways we are supporting our local community, young families and those that need new homes. Given the financial difficulties we face in financing, these 93 homes are no mean feat.

Mike Baxter, Fowler Martin Director commented that: Fowler Martin are extremely proud to be involved in a project which can play a part in delivering much needed housing to the Capital.

Fowler Martin Construction Line 2018/2019

Fowler Martin are pleased to announce that we have successfully secured another year on Silver Constructionline accreditation.

Our Constructionline membership and accreditation demonstrates that Fowler Martin aligns to industry and government standards. Constructionline membership also validates Fowler Martin’s commercial, technical and financial competencies by looking at our previous performance on past projects.

Here at Fowler Martin we believe you are only as good as your last project, and thus we look to complete every project to a high standard and to the best of our ability, offering our Clients the best service.

Fowler Martin ISO Certification Renewed

Fowler Martin has continued to uphold the standards set by the International Standardisation Organisation (ISO), and have therefore been awarded the following accreditations:

IS0 9001: 2015 Quality Management
IS0 14001:2015 Environmental Management

ISO was founded in 1946/7 when delegates from 25 countries met at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London and decided to create a new international organisation ‘to facilitate the international coordination and unification of industrial standards’. Since then, ISO have published over 22114 International Standards covering almost all aspects of technology and manufacturing.

Office Manager, Sarah Wesson Commented: We are really proud to have continued our accreditation with ISO. Having these standards are imperative to ensure we are encouraging innovation throughout our company and to ensure we are creating products, services and systems, to ensure quality, safety and efficiency.

Watling Gets Wed!

Fowler Martin are delighted to announce that Miss Laura Watling is no longer. Laura is currently off planning the finishing touches to the big day and then she will be packing for her mini-honeymoon.

Laura will be returning to the office on Thursday 12 April 2018 as Mrs Thorndick. You will be able to contact Laura on her new email address:

Congratulations Laura and Darren from all of us at Fowler Martin.

UCL Cruciform Phase Two Completion

Fowler Martin Ltd. recently assisted in the Second Phase of the University College London’s refurbishment project of the Grade 2 Listed Cruciform Building.

The building originated from the late Victorian era and was designed by English architect Alfred. The Cruciform started life as the University College London Hospital, but eventually became part of the University College London Research and Teaching space.

Phase two of the refurbishment works required the conversion of a culture tissue labs into a working teaching and research lab for the UK Dementia Institute. Fowler Martin were nominated as Building Services Designers and Consultants, responsible for both Electrical and Mechanical elements of design. Fowler Martin worked with Consultants Arcadia, DesM architects, the Principal Contractor and the M and E Sub-contractors as well as the Client team.

Rob Savery, Associate Director commented: It is always satisfying to see works complete on time and to budget, such as Phase 2 of the Cruciform Building. Phase Three is already under construction. We look forward to successfully seeing the project through to full completion.

We are Hiring!

We are currently looking for an Intermediate Electrical Services Design Engineer to join our Building Services Design Practice in Ingatestone, Essex.

We have a strong portfolio of reliable Clients with a continually expanding, varied and interesting workload.

Fowler Martin are an SME. Our main area of work is the design of Electrical and Mechanical Building Services in Universities, Schools, Research Laboratories, Commercial Offices and Hospitals etc.

Applicants should at present be studying for suitable qualifications or already be qualified and should have some knowledge from working in the industry.

The salary offered will depend on the level of qualification and experience. Perks of the job include; company socials, pension scheme, overtime payment, private medical insurance, CPD and training opportunities.

If interested, please email your CV to

Fowler Martin Celebrates International Women's Day 2018

International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of Women’s rights.

At Fowler Martin it is a reminder of the ways we have recently identified opportunities to continue to improve. The profession of engineering has long suffered from a lack of diversity. The UK has the lowest percentage of female engineers in Europe.

Over the last year, Fowler Martin has increased its number of female employees from 20% to 33%.

Today we celebrate the women in the company – and remind ourselves that not all heroes wear capes!

Cruciform Phase One Completion

Fowler Martin Ltd. recently assisted in the delivery of University College London’s refurbishment project of the Grade 2 Listed Cruciform Building.

The building originated from the late Victorian era and was designed by English architect Alfred. The Cruciform started life as the University College London Hospital, but last became part of the University College London Research and Teaching space.

Phase one of the refurbishment works required the conversion of a canteen into a working teaching and research lab for the UK Dementia Institute. Fowler Martin were nominated as Building Services Designers and Consultants, responsible for both Electricial and Mechanical elements of design. Fowler Martin worked with Consultants Arcadia, DesM architects, T&B as the Principal Contractor and the M & E Sub-contractors as well as the Client team.

Rob Savery, Associate Director commented: This was a challenging project due to the vast changes to the current building services and the strict cost control. Phases Two and Three are already underway, with the Second phase in Construction and the Third in strip out. We look forward to successfully completing the next phase of works and seeing the project through to full completion.

UCL South Quad Refurbishment

Fowler Martin have recently completed a refurbishment project of the South Quad at the University College London. The project, on which Fowler Martin acted as Mechanical and Electrical Designers, and Consultants, was part of the Transforming UCL Programme which aims to refurbish and modernise UCL highlighting sustainability across the Campus. The South Quad was a particularly high profile project due to its location in a significant position on the UCL main Campus.

Fowler Martin designs included everything from AV installations, to lighting, small power, security systems, cooling systems, ventilation, fire alarms and detection and small power distributions etc.

To undertake the project, Fowler Martin worked closely with Architects Burwell Deakins, Principal Contractor Ashby and Croft, together with Electrical and Mechanical Sub-Contractors. It was important that Fowler Martin captured the needs of the Client Team, which included UCL Strategy Managers, Programme Delivery, Head of Client Services and UCL Project Managers. It was essential that Fowler Martin assisted in creating a space that was versatile to fit in with the growing University, met the sustainability goals of the project and was aesthetically pleasing and kind to the conservation environment in which the building is set.

Simon Ayres, Director commented: Every project Fowler Martin undertake is very important to us and we take a personal pride in our work. This particular project has been satisfying to complete as the building, with its external lighting, stands out in the campus. We are excited to continue to support the Transforming UCL Programme.

Senior Stalwart Receives Promotion

Fowler Martin are pleased to announce that long-standing employee, Rob Savery, has been promoted from Senior Electrical Engineer to Associate Director.

Rob has given 18 years overall service to Fowler Martin. He joined the company as a Trainee Electrical Engineer and has progressed, gaining experience and providing excellent customer service to Fowler Martin Clients.

Simon Ayres, Director stated: We are really proud to advance Rob to this new position and look forward to him taking a more active role within the Company at a management level.

Christmas Closure

Wishing you all the best during the winter holidays and an enjoyable new year from all of us at Fowler Martin.

Please note the office will be closed from 1:00pm on Friday 22 December 2017 until the 2nd January 2018.

Fowler Martin Christmas Party

On Saturday 16 December 2017, Fowler Martin headed out to celebrate at the annual Christmas Party. Over 20 employees and guests dined out at Stock Brook Manor, Billericay.

The Champagne was flowing as the dance floor was calling as everyone partied into the night.

Photo accreditation to Rob Savery for the FM group selfie. Rob has been told not to give up his day job!

Fowler Martin Christmas Fundraiser

Friday 15th December was Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day and all the Staff at Fowler Martin took part to help raise money for a worthy cause.

Everyone in the office donned a Christmas Jumper and a Festive Smile. In addition to wearing jumpers, homemade brownies were for sale with all the money going towards Save the Children. There were festive antics with battle of the baubles and a catwalk down to the local pub as part of the Fowler Martin Festive Fashion Show.

In total, the company raised £160.00 for Save the Children. Sarah Wesson, Fowler Martin Office Manager commented: it was great to give to others during this time of year and it reminds us to be thankful for what we have. It was nice to bring some fun and sparkle to the office too, and get everyone in the festive spirit.

Fowler Martin hires new female Engineer

Fowler Martin are extremely proud to introduce the newest member of the Fowler Martin Team; Lynn Portway, Senior Electrical Engineer. Lynn is the first female engineer employed full time by the company since it was established in 1986.

Lynn has joined the company after serving for 27 years in a local authority position at London Borough of Havering, Technical Services Department. In her previous role Lynn was involved in a vast array of industrial and commercial projects, overseeing a number of maintenance contracts. Lynn brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience which she will now offer to Fowler Martin Ltd.

Lynn is passionate about engineering and is hoping to face new challenges that will test her technical expertise. Lynn, in particular, really enjoys engineering that involves building infrastructures and is currently working towards achieving her chartered status.

Simon Ayres, Fowler Martin Director commented; we are excited to have Lynn join the Fowler Martin Team. Her experience and knowledge will be of great benefit to the company and to our Clients. As an equal opportunities employer, it is great to welcome more females into the industry and importantly to Fowler Martin.

When Lynn is not at work, she spends her time making home brews; in 2017, Lynn made 23 litres of of her own Cider. Lynn also has a classic 1980 SL Mercedes that she is currently in the process of restoring.

Rising through the Ranks!

Fowler Martin are delighted to announce that in November 2017, Junior Mechanical Engineer, David Bool, has been advanced in the company to Mechanical Engineer.

David joined Fowler Martin in October 2016, having had experience in domestic and new builds on the tools undertaking gas fitting/plumbing. David had also achieved Gas Safe, NVQ Level 3 in Plumbing and Heating and undertaken the first year of his HNC.

Since taking on the role of Junior Mechanical Engineer, David has completed his HNC in Construction and the Built Environment. He has developed his CAD skills and had increased exposure to commercial building services, and specialist projects. David has spent the last year working closely with the Senior Mechanical Engineers and attended regular Mechanical and Electrical Services CPDs to increase his depth of knowledge.

In his new role, David will be looking to run his own small projects and continue to build on the foundation of skills that he has.

Mike Baxter, Director of Fowler Martin commented; David has made an excellent contribution to the Company in the last year. He is a good team player, who has shown a great commitment to his studies and willingness to learn from others. I’m really looking forward to watching David grow and develop in his new role.

Congratulations David!

Swing to Win!

Friday 17 November 2017 saw Fowler Martin take to the greens at Swingers, a crazy golf bar at the foot of the Gherkin in London. The venue consists of two crazy 9-hole courses.

Performances on the 21-par course were varied, but it was newcomer Kevin Drury that took home the title for best swing with a score of 29.

A great night was had by all!

The next Company Social Event will be the Fowler Martin Christmas Party in December.

Celebrating the Career of the Founder

In 2016 Fowler Martin celebrated 30 years in business. In November 2017 we celebrated the career of Ivan Martin, a founding Director.

Ivan started Fowler Martin as a partnership back in 1986. Ivan can recall the company only having two employees and working entirely on a typewriter. The company later progressed and opened their first office in Old Church Road, Chingford and bought their first computer, an Amstrad. Due to the continued expansion of the Company, in 2003 Fowler Martin relocated to Station Road, Chingford and later in 2008 to Ingatestone.

Ivan has many years of experience which have been an asset to Fowler Martin and continue to be. His advice, not limited to Engineering, has helped shape the Company and the employees.

Thank you Ivan for all you have done for Fowler Martin, for your years of service and friendship. Enjoy your holiday!

Sarah Ditcher becomes Sarah Wesson

It is with great excitement that we announce that Sarah Ditcher completed her last working day as a Miss on the 26th October 2017. We wish Sarah well as she embarks on a new chapter in her life with her partner, Peter.

When Sarah returns from her honeymoon on the 7th of November she will be Mrs Wesson. You will be able to contact Sarah on her new email address

Fowler Martin Hires a Familiar Face

Fowler Martin are please to announce that Kevin Drury will be joining us as a Senior Building Services Engineer, specialising in Mechanical Services. Some of our Clients will recognise Kevin from previous projects, where he advised Fowler Martin as an independent public health design consultant.

Kevin has over 40 years of experience in Building Services Engineering. He has worked on a variety of projects including the MEP Services to the Eurostar Depot at Stratford, East London.

Mike Baxter, Fowler Martin Director, commented; Kevin is a welcome addition to the Fowler Martin family. Having worked with Kevin for a number of years we are confident that his work ethic, professionalism and wealth of knowledge will make him invaluable to the company.

As a Senior Building Services Engineer, Kevin will be undertaking the project management and design duties for mechanical and public health services, for projects in the public and private sector.

Kevin is a lively character, who at the weekends loves to play twister with his wife Nora, paint by numbers and enjoys a gin or two!

Welcome aboard Kevin!

Fowler Martin Hires New CAD Manager

Fowler Martin would like to introduce our new CAD Manager, Laura Watling.

Laura joins us from Brontide Consulting, Essex, where she worked for five years as Electrical Engineer/CAD Technician. Laura has over 13 years experience in CAD, and graduated from the University of Greenwich in 2004 with a BA(Hons) in Architecture.

Simon Ayres, Fowler Martin Director commented; We see employing Laura as CAD Manager to be the first step in expanding our CAD team and improving the overall structure of the company.

Laura is trained in BIM and Revit. She is keen to develop this CAD technology within Fowler Martin, to ensure the company remains up-to-date with the Industry.

Bubbly Laura spends her leisure time running after her two excitable pugs, Oscar and Bonnie or running around the Gym. Laura is currently planning her wedding and is due to tie the knot next spring.

New Arrival

Fowler Martin would like to welcome David Bool to the company.

David joined the company in October 2016 as a Junior Mechanical Engineer, having previously worked as a plumber for 8 years around the Colchester area. Away from the office David enjoys running and football.

October 2016

Royal Marsden Hospital

Fowler Martin have been appointed to work for the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust on the Energy Centre and District Network Improvement Works.

October 2016

74 Park Road, Chiswick

Fowler Martin have been appointed to work with Paul Archer Design on the project, a new build house, at 74 Park Road, Chiswick.

September 2016

UCL Core Campus

Fowler Martin have been appointed on the UCL Core Campus Project. A series of changes and improvements to various areas on the UCL Campus.

August 2016

Sutton Housing Project

Fowler Martin have been appointed as M&E Design Consultants for Kind and Company on the Sutton Housing Project.

August 2016

University of London

Fowler Martin have been appointed on the University of London, IALS Refurbishment Project and are working in conjunction with Burwell Deakins Architects and Currie and Brown.

July 2016


Congratulations to Ross Keeble who completed his HND in June 2016. Well done Ross.

Also in June 2016, Fowler Martin celebrated their 30th year anniversary. Staff, Clients and Contractors celebrated with a summer BBQ at the Academy of Medical Sciences, W1.

June 2016

Hadley Wood Hospital

Fowler Martin have been appointed on the Hadley Wood Hospital Medical Imaging Department Project, working as the services co-ordinator for Peak Contractors.

May 2016

Frankham Consultancy Group

Fowler Martin have been working closely with Frankham Consultancy Group Ltd for around the last 5 years. Since the introduction of CDM 2015 Fowler Martin have been delighted to work in unison with Frankham who support us as our CDM and Health & Safety Advisers on many projects, making sure that health & safety is an integral part of our delivery & design and that all projects are compliant with the Regulations. The close working partnership between the two teams has meant projects are devised and delivered safely from inception through to completion.

January 2016

New Arrival

Fowler Martin would like to welcome new arrival Tom Smith to the company.

Tom is a Junior MEP/CAD Technician who joined the company in August 2015. Away from the office Tom is a keen sports enthusiast who enjoys football and squash as well as taking part in more extreme sports such as snowboarding and mountain biking. He also plays the guitar.

August 2015


Congratulations to Scott Window who completed his Masters Degree in July 2015. Well done Scott.


Fowler Martin have been appointed, in conjunction with Wilson Mason Architects, to provide feasibility studies for the refurbishment of existing welfare and Laundry Rooms in three of their premises.

May 2015

Fowler Martin are pleased to announce they have been awarded BAFE Accreditation (Design and Verification of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems).

March 15

New Arrival

Fowler Martin would like to welcome new arrival Sarah Ditcher to the company.

Sarah is a Admin Assistant and qualified first aider. Sarah has a degree in History.

Outside of work Sarah’s interests include running, running a book club, baking and nothing to do with Football.

May 2014.


Fowler Martin are looking to expand the business and are seeking the following new engineers who are looking for a challenging career move:

• Intermediate Electrical Engineer
• Intermediate Mechanical Engineer

We offer competitive remuneration packages, dependent upon skills and qualifications.

Please contact the Directors with your C.V and salary expectations.

February 2014.


Fowler Martin’s design for the UCL Octagon and Oculus has been short listed for the 2014 Lighting Design Awards.

November 13.

University Degree

Scott Window achieved a First Class Bachelor of Engineering Degree with Honours in Building Services Engineering from London Southbank University. Well done Scott!

July 13.

Institute of Education (University of London)

Fowler Martin were awarded the contract for the New Plate Heat Exchanger for the Library at the Institute of Education (University of London).

April 13.

Staff Professional Development

Stephen Hubbard achieved Licentiate Membership of CIBSE. Well done Stephen!

February 13.

New arrivals

Fowler Martin would like to welcome new arrival Ross Keeble to the company.

Ross is a Junior Mechanical Engineer/CAD who joined Fowler Martin in January 2013 from Retail Design Solutions. He is currently studying a HND in Building Services Engineering at London Southbank University.

January 13.

Riverside Leisure Centre

Fowler Martin is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the contract for the feasibility study of providing a replacement CHP and boiler plant at Riverside Leisure Centre for Chelmsford Borough Council.

July 2012.

Chartered Engineer

Fowler Martin are pleased to announce that Senior Engineer Ian Robinson has achieved Chartered Engineer status. Well done Ian!

June 2012.

University College London

Fowler Martin is pleased to announce that they have been successful in maintaining their position on the University College London’s framework for Building Services Consultants. Fowler Martin have enjoyed a successful relationship with the University for the past 26 years and look forward to continue to work with them.

June 2012.

ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

Fowler Martin is pleased to announce we have obtained ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation. ISO “international organization for standardization” provides a reference framework, or a common technological language, between companies and their clients/customers. For Fowler Martin, the widespread adoption of international standards means that companies like ours can develop and offer services meeting specifications that have wide international acceptance in their sectors.

For our clients, conformity of services and products to international standards provides assurance about quality, safety and reliability.

June 2012.

ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

Fowler Martin is currently in the process of obtaining ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation.

We are currently in the process of obtaining full approval having obtained first stage approval at the end of 2011.

March 2012.

We've moved!

Fowler Martin has recently moved to new premises at Grange Court in Ingatestone, Essex, a small commuter town with a population of about 4500 people.

The M25 motoway is 10 minutes away and the A12 by passes the town to the north.

Grange Court is a former industrial building which received planning consent to be converted into a two storey office development with a number of modern energy efficient self- contained office suites benefitting from comfort cooling and generous on site parking. The development was completed in August 2008.

January 2012.

New arrivals

Fowler Martin would like to welcome new arrivals Scott Window and Ian Robinson to the company.

Scott is an Electrical Engineer who joined Fowler Martin in December 2011. Scott is currently studying for his Bachelor of Engineering degree at South Bank University in London. His role within Fowler Martin will entail assisting Senior Engineers with calculations, general design and survey work. Away from work, Scott is currently progressing towards his Queen Scout Award, he also enjoys marshalling at Brands Hatch

Ian is a Senior Mechanical Engineer, with 25 years’ experience, who joined Fowler Martin in January 2012. Ian is the process of applying for full membership of CIBSE and Chartered Engineer status and has a degree in Energy Engineering. Ian is responsible for the mechanical services design and project management for new and refurbishment projects and has extensive experience in this field. Away from work Ian’s interests include scuba diving, motorcycling and cooking.

December 2011 – January 2012.