DM Hall appoints first energy services manager

DM Hall appoints first energy services manager

Billy Thomson

Billy Thomson has been appointed as DM Hall’s inaugural energy services manager.

In this newly created role, Billy will spearhead DM Hall’s initiatives in energy efficiency and sustainability across its portfolio.

DM Hall said harnessing and streamlining processes using new technologies to help its commercial clients save energy in their properties is at the heart of Billy’s appointment.

Bringing a wealth of expertise to his new position having extensive UK and overseas experience in a variety of sectors, Billy will lead a team of energy assessors with the aim of delivering an enhanced offering to clients as well as increasing DM Hall’s share of the highly competitive Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) market.

He said: “With the inevitable introduction of the requirement for yet more detailed data from EPCs in both the commercial and residential property markets, my role will be to apply increasingly sophisticated solutions, such as technology-based modelling to reduce error in the measurement of properties and to improve efficiencies and degrees of accuracy.

“We want to demonstrate to existing and future clients that DM Hall has the skills, ambition and commitment to improve and constantly evolve processes which will result in the most accurate and efficient EPCs.”

Bill added: “I look forward to contributing to the company’s continued success in promoting sustainability and environmental responsibility and collaborating closely with clients.”

John McHugh, managing partner of DM Hall, said: “Billy’s appointment as Energy Services Manager is a game changer for our firm since it highlights both our commitment to improved energy efficiency for our clients and our determination to grow our market share in this critical part of the commercial property sector.

“We warmly welcome him to our firm and trust that both he and his growing team of energy assessor colleagues will have a real, positive impact on the fortunes of our commercial clients over the coming months and years.”

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