Ben Cartmell (Director) has been working in the field of sustainable construction for over 15 years in both academic and commercial positions. A founding Director of Southfacing Services Ltd, previously Ben ran the Sustainability & Renewable Energy Group at Whitbybird Engineers (now Ramboll Europe). Ben is a highly experienced green certification and sustainable innovation consultant and has a PhD in Solar energy Engineering and is a chartered engineer. His extensive project experience includes many high profile and complex projects including the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, Aquatic Centre and Velodrome along with the London Bridge Shard and Heathrow Terminal 2B. He has also worked with many of our clients to provide fit for purpose KPI and other sustainability metric data collection and reporting through our Tracker Plus KPI systems.
Lucy Harris (Director) is an experienced green certification consultant, whose projects have included the Royal College of Music redevelopment, several UCL buildings and has worked on iconic planning submissions such as the Tulip building with Fosters architects. Lucy has lead the redevelopment of Tracker Plus Green Certification V2, and lead the redevelopment of the leading green certification project management tool Tracker Plus (Green Certification).
Darren Palmer (Associate Director) has been with Southfacing since 2007 and is our key architect and innovator of our Tracker Plus suite of online tools from its infancy. He runs a team of developers who manage, update and provide support for the system.
The Southfacing Management Team are supported by a number of hard working consultants, programmers and support staff to ensure the smooth running of the business.
Southfacing are an expert team specialising in sustainability in the built environment. We have significant experience in helping teams deliver high end BREEAM projects and are the providers of the ground-breaking, highly successful Tracker Plus project management and reporting system for both green certification and KPI data.