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Graham P. Smith

Senior Fire Safety Engineer

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

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Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

155 North Lake Avenue

Pasadena, California,91101

United States

Company Description

Jacobs is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers of technical professional and construction services with a global network of over 230 offices in more than 30 countries. As part of its reorganisation in Q2 2016 and to streamline operations mor... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Managing Director

Albany Rail LLP


Senior Electrical Engineer

Jacobs Corporation


Signaller

Network Rail Limited


Manager: Business Transformation

Toyota PLC


Operations Manager

Network Rail Limited


Director

Azura Publishing Ltd


Owner

GS-Consult


Director

GMS Abingdon Ltd


Manager: Business Reformation, Cost Transformation - Parts and Vehicle Logistics Division

Toyota Motor Europe


Managing Director

Albany Smith Management Limited


Delivery Manager

The Royal Bank of Scotland plc


Environments Change Manager

Cognizant


Logistics

Network Rail Limited


Planning Director

DB Schenker Rail Ltd


Consulting Group

Enviros Consulting Ltd


Technical Resources Manager, Plant and Services

British Rail


Affiliations

The Institute of Measurement and Control

Member


Railway Benefit Fund

Board Member


Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

Fellow


Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Board Member


Castleford Tigers Supporters Club

Secretary


Order of the British Empire

Member


theRDG

Secretary


Rail Freight Group

Chairman


Railway Heritage Committee

Member


Freight Transport Association Limited

Member of the Rail Freight Council


Sir Roy McNulty

Key Member of Study Team


Education

Coborn School


Coopers' Company


Hull University


BE


Diploma

Business Administration

Manchester Business School


Masters Degree

Economics

Trinity College


Ph.D

fire safety engineering


Web References(101 Total References)


Graham Smith Profile

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Graham Smith Profile
Publications Graham Smith Profile Publications Graham is a Chartered Engineer with over thirty years experience in Building Services, Controls/BMS and energy efficiency/low carbon design. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and a Member of the Institute of Measurement and Control. His early experience was with controls/BMS manufacturers; he completed an Apprenticeship with Satchwell Controls and later worked as a contracts engineer. He subsequently worked for Sauter Automation in the UK and Singapore. Graham has over 25 years consultancy experience. He has worked for multidisciplinary consultancies such as Atkins and was a Technical Director of Jacobs. He initially specialised in controls and BMS, before becoming involved in building services and energy efficiency/low carbon design over 25 years ago. Graham has managed building services, energy efficiency and full multidisciplinary design teams. Graham was Project Manager for the design and construction of a number of specialist buildings, including GCHQ Bude Training and Development Centre and has also managed a number of framework contracts. Experience includes airports, custodial, commercial, education (primary to university), government, healthcare, hotels, industrial, laboratories, leisure, military, manufacturing, radio/TV, rail, research, zoos, etc. The design of energy efficient and/or low cabon services has been a key role for thirty years including CHP, Biomass, tri-generation, district heating, heat pumps, VRF, etc. Graham has also been involved in the development and dissemination of guidance for BRECSU, ETSU, CIBSE, etc. including Technical Advisor and Principal Author/Contributor for CIBSE Guide F Energy Efficiency in Buildings, and contract author for BRECSU/DETR/CIBSE EEBPP GIR40 Heating systems and their control and GIR41 Variable flow control. Graham has considerable experience in finding solutions for under-performing buildings. This developed from initially being tasked with solving controls problems. In many instances the controls problem turned out to be an uncontrollable system, typically boiler and chiller systems requiring hydraulic modifications to enable stable energy efficient control. On the other hand control problems can sometimes be a simple matter of the right settings. Graham once identified the solution to on-going problems within 15 minutes of arriving on site. The issues had defeated a team of consulting engineers for eighteen months. The solution was zero cost, solved a 25% increase in energy consumption in the previous year and the cost of a proposed new BMS which had previously been considered necessary to resolve the issues. Recently Graham was asked to look at the services in a school that had a 'controls problem' and had never been controlling properly from occupation a couple of years previously. This turned out to be a combination of 'low carbon' systems resulting in simultaneous overheating and underheating in different parts of the building, plus inadequate ventilation resulting in excessive CO2 levels, etc. Whilst some improvements may result from control modifications, fundamental changes to services are likely to be the only route to a successful solution in this instance. 'Expert' reports have been written by Graham for a number of projects addressing technical and commercial issues. A sucessful defence was developed on one project from 36 boxes of consultants files. Recent projects have been the design of mechanical services for a military medical centre, mechanical services for a Code 4 dwelling, the BMS and associated works for a large complex Low Carbon Hotel, technical authoring for a renewables publication and a controls guide, VAV and other systems for a Middle-East airport development, meter installation cost report, design review for a 37,000 sqft office block, design and specification of BMS for nine leisure centres, CHP system design, specification of controls/BMS for a number of schools, BMS design and specification for a large healthcare complex, BMS review and approvals for a major transport hub, redesign of a number of Biomass systems to ensure controllability and biomass boiler utilisation, design of new biomass installations, etc. Graham has also recently been involved on-site in resolving commissioning issues in a large aerospace composite manufacturing facility in Germany. A number of military projects have recently also been completed. Recent clients include Atkins, BSRIA, BSE3d, Mitie, the Carbon Trust and Services Design Solution. Graham enjoys a 'hands on' role ensuring that all relevant technical issues are fully understood by all parties and that a robust, pragmatic, energy efficient and low carbon solution is achieved.


Graham Smith Profile - Birling Consulting Ltd

www.birlingconsulting.co.uk [cached]

Graham Smith Profile
Publications Graham is a Chartered Engineer with over thirty years experience in Building Services, Controls/BMS and energy efficiency/low carbon design. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and a Member of the Institute of Measurement and Control. His early experience was with controls/BMS manufacturers; he completed an Apprenticeship with Satchwell Controls and later worked as a contracts engineer. He subsequently worked for Sauter Automation in the UK and Singapore. Graham has over 25 years consultancy experience. He has worked for multidisciplinary consultancies such as Atkins and was a Technical Director of Jacobs. He initially specialised in controls and BMS, before becoming involved in building services and energy efficiency/low carbon design over 25 years ago. Graham has managed building services, energy efficiency and full multidisciplinary design teams. Graham was Project Manager for the design and construction of a number of specialist buildings, including GCHQ Bude Training and Development Centre and has also managed a number of framework contracts. Experience includes airports, custodial, commercial, education (primary to university), government, healthcare, hotels, industrial, laboratories, leisure, military, manufacturing, radio/TV, rail, research, zoos, etc. The design of energy efficient and/or low carbon services has been a key role for thirty years including CHP, Biomass, tri-generation, district heating, heat pumps, VRF, etc. Graham has also been involved in the development and dissemination of guidance for BRECSU, ETSU, CIBSE, etc. including Technical Advisor and Principal Author/Contributor for CIBSE Guide F Energy Efficiency in Buildings, and contract author for BRECSU/DETR/CIBSE EEBPP GIR 40 Heating systems and their control and GIR 41 Variable flow control. Graham has considerable experience in finding solutions for under-performing buildings. This developed from initially being tasked with solving controls problems. In many instances the controls problem turned out to be an uncontrollable system, typically boiler and chiller systems requiring hydraulic modifications to enable stable energy efficient control. On the other hand control problems can sometimes be a simple matter of the right settings. Graham once identified the solution to on-going problems within 15 minutes of arriving on site. The issues had defeated a team of consulting engineers for eighteen months. The solution was zero cost, solved a 25% increase in energy consumption in the previous year and the cost of a proposed new BMS which had previously been considered necessary to resolve the issues. Recently Graham was asked to look at the services in a school that had a 'controls problem' and had never been controlling properly from occupation a couple of years previously. This turned out to be a combination of 'low carbon' systems resulting in simultaneous overheating and underheating in different parts of the building, plus inadequate ventilation resulting in excessive CO2 levels, etc. Whilst some improvements may result from control modifications, fundamental changes to services are likely to be the only route to a successful solution in this instance. 'Expert' reports have been written by Graham for a number of projects addressing technical and commercial issues. A sucessful defence was developed on one project from 36 boxes of consultants files. Recent projects have been the design of mechanical services for a military medical centre, mechanical services for a Code 4 dwelling, the BMS and associated works for a large complex Low Carbon Hotel, technical authoring for a renewables publication and a controls guide, VAV and other systems for a Middle-East airport development, meter installation cost report, design review for a 37,000 sqft office block, design and specification of BMS for nine leisure centres, CHP system design, specification of controls/BMS for a number of schools, BMS design and specification for a large healthcare complex, BMS review and approvals for a major transport hub, redesign of a number of Biomass systems to ensure controllability and biomass boiler utilisation, design of new biomass installations, etc. Graham has also recently been involved on-site in resolvingcommissioning issues in a large aerospace composite manufacturing facility in Germany. A number of military projects have recently also been completed. Recent clients include Atkins, BSRIA, BSE3d, the Carbon Trust and Services Design Solution. Graham enjoys a 'hands on' role ensuring that all relevant technical issues are fully understood by all parties and that a robust, pragmatic, energy efficient and low carbon solution is achieved.


cic.org.uk

Dr. Graham Smith will present an overview of the proposed Manchester Airport Transformation Programme and Finsbury Park Station redevelopments.
Both projects posed significant challenges for the fire safety design that were solved by collaborative working and engineering good practice. Graham has worked for Jacobs UK Ltd for 15 years and has gained a Ph.D in fire safety engineering. He has experience of the early planning and development stages of major projects in the UK and overseas in the Transport and Power sectors.


Birling Consulting Ltd - Reports/Expert Reports

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Graham Smith Profile
Publications Graham Smith Profile Publications Graham was fortunate to work with a number of experts in their field in his early years and his work for large multidisciplinary consultants led to his services often being the first port of call when problems arose. He developed a successful case for the defence from a pile of 36 boxes on one occasion and took over as project manager to resolve technical and contractual issues for a multi-million pound claim on multidisciplinary services that was successfully resolved on another occasion. Many issues cross boundaries between disciplines and Graham has managed cases involving structural and architectural issues, roofs seeming to be the most frequent problem. Graham identified the true cause of the problem within 15 minutes of attending site. The solution for the primary problem was zero cost. A recent problem with a chiller installation that had been installed in the same manner as existing chillers was resolved via a simple change to pipework. The existing chillers that had been underperforming for twenty years could have had their performance issues resolved in a similar manner, although modern chillers are far more efficient and replacement was recommended. Graham has reported on a wide range of building performance issues including: Graham has a wide range of experience, from controls engineer to running building services, multidisciplinary and energy teams. He has also been multidisciplinary project manager for projects including replacement of wind damaged 50m hospital flues whilst keeping all services running, GCHQ Bude Training and Development Centre, Charles Cross Police Station Refurbishment, specialist government buildings, framework contracts, etc. He undertook many projects for BRE including BMS user experience studies and has undertaken controllability reviews and resolved building performance and control/controllability issues for over thirty years including recent projects in the Middle East and Germany. Graham has been involved in the following publications:


Judges 2015

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Graham Smith
Graham Smith Director of Rail delivery group Graham has worked in strategic management roles in the rail industry for 35 years and is the Managing Director of Albany Rail. He is a Board Member of the Railway Benefit Fund, the rail industry charity that helps people throughout the railway family. He is also providing strategic advice to major companies involved in the transport sector in the UK and overseas. Graham was previously the Director General of the industry's Rail Delivery Group which was set up in 2011. Graham's previous roles included working on the Rail Value for Money Study chaired by Sir Roy McNulty and sponsored by the Department for Transport and the Office of Rail Regulation. In recognition of his work Graham was appointed MBE in the 2008 New Year's Honours list for services to the rail freight industry. He is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and a Life Governor of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. He was educated at the University of Hull and lives in Cromer, Norfolk.


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