Andrew is Managing Director of Green Hat Consulting. His heart lies in problem-solving and finding creative solutions for clients.
- Andrew is a passionate advocate for the Golden Thread approach to construction planning.
- He wants to increase awareness and help in the mental health and well-being of all construction professionals.
- He is keen to test technology and software solutions to save time and money in construction
- Compliance is not optional – it is an investment that saves time and money.
Andrew started Green Hat Consulting in 2013 and he has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry with major contractors.
His goal was to raise awareness of H&S in the construction industry and to assist companies to raise their standards.
Under his astute stewardship, Green Hat Consulting has developed into a multi-disciplinary support services company.
Why “Green Hat?” Andrew wanted to reflect on the way the business operates and interacts with its clients. The Green Hat is synonymous with a creative approach to problem-solving.
Andrew has a keen eye for detail, hence his passion for photography. His intimate knowledge and experience of working for contractors mean he sees many of their problems from their point of view and this makes for a tailored approach in solving their problems.
MCIOB – Member of the Chartered Institute of Building
CMaPS – Certified Member for the Association of Project Safety
Tech IOSH – Technical Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
PGC – Post Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Leadership
BSc (Hons) – Building
- Excellent listener
- Creative problem solver
- Strategic thinker
- Excellent communicator with an eye for detail
- Systems and process led
All the participants in the construction supply chain face increasing complexity and legislation. My aim is to provide cost-effective solutions to our clients to save time and money. To help them see problems upstream and avoid the consequences downstream. If we all communicate and collaborate early in the construction process – everybody wins