NSW ramping up

James Idle joined ACS with the vision to provide exceptional service to the contractors and consulting engineers in NSW. James has built many good relationships in a short period and is now juggling his time between managing some major projects while visiting new clients and introducing them to our new products.

James qualified from Brunel University in 2007 with MEng(Hons) as a Mechanical Engineer. He pursued a career in sustainable energy building products, focusing on natural ventilation and daylight with Monodraught where he was Senior Engineer. It was here that James’ path to Australia begun. James took the Oceania distributor under his belt and assisted in building a portfolio of successful projects in Australia and New Zealand. Eventually, the largest naturally ventilated project in Southern Hemisphere prompted James to make the move down under in 2010, where he took up the same role at Vento Australasia and project managed the Ormiston Senior College installation in Auckland. Further successes were achieved before James moved in 2013 to Somfy Oceania as their Commercial Building Solutions Engineer which culminated in the solar shading design for 200 George Street being installed and commissioned.

James moved to Climate Technologies where he was introduced to HVAC solutions using chilled beams, FCU’s and fabric ducting to name a few. With successes made in the Sydney market the opportunity to work amongst a small group of colleagues to grow an office from scratch was exactly the challenge James craved.

James has always been close to building solutions and has the passion to deliver a personalised service to the NSW/ACT markets. With his hands on approach and attention to detail, you will be sure to receive the answers to any of your queries, so feel free to contact him to discuss your project needs. He might even buy the coffee if you ask!

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