Julian joined the team in 2014. His background is in construction project management and quantity surveying. With over thirty years experience in both major commercial construction, fitting out and refurbishment, and in residential building and development, he has had the opportunity to have successfully managed and been involved in a variety of projects across London and the UK, working with a diverse spectrum of clients including both large multi-national Blue Chip companies and private individuals. These projects have included not only the likes of high end Grade I & II listed building refurbishments in the Central London, such as The Royal Festival Hall, and the construction and fitting out of prestigious high-rise office buildings in both The City and East End, but also the design and construction of small and large scale residential housing and domestic extension projects in the leafy London suburbs and surrounding counties.
Along with a diverse experience in the building and construction industry, the overarching principles throughout his working life have been that, no matter how big or small his client or project is, everyone shall be treated with the same unquestionable degree of professionalism and integrity, with confidentiality guaranteed at all times. With this principle in mind, Julian joined the team at Every Home Matters, bringing with him not only his expertise in building and construction, but also strong interpersonal, organisational and management skills.
Julian was also born and raised in Wimbledon and is now a resident of Surbiton with Cheryl and their two sons. He is a keen golfer, when time permits and a fair-weather fisherman. He loves music and sport, in particular rugby and the beautiful game and for that reason he can be found every Saturday, with his father and sons, watching their local team, of whom they are all lifelong supporters and fans owned club shareholders. He is a strong supporter of a number of charitable causes for whom he frequently raises or contributes much needed funds.