Maharishan Saravanapavananthan: Electrical Services Design Engineer
Electrical Services Engineer
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Endorsement in Systems for Environmental Services
Graduate Member of Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers
Maharishan (Rishan) Graduated in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the London Southbank University and joined RPA Ltd in 2013. He began his career with RPA as a graduate electrical engineer. He is an intelligent and motivated individual with the capability of producing design information to the highest standard.
His current role at RPA Ltd is to produce all aspect of electrical design information on his current projects, while assisting other engineers with some aspects of their project.
Example projects in which Rishan has had a key design role are listed here.
Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
This project included the building of a new teaching classroom block, the aim from the commencement of the design development was to maximise energy efficiency and reduce associated carbon emissions. The environmental performance is achieved by installation of photovoltaics and use of low energy lighting and controls throughout the building. The building is designed to comply with the 2013 building regulation.
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
The main project at Fitzwilliam College is the refurbishment of the original Lasdun student room to upgrade the accommodation and provide improved facilities. The crucial challenge in this project was the installation of modern services in a historic building with the attention to detail of the final installation.
Brookfields Hospital Headway House
the project comprise of the refurbishment of the exiting single storey Headway House at Brookfields Hospital, Mill Road Cambridge into a one-stop-shop clinic run by iCaSH. The works consisited of a complete renewal of the electrical services and the use of LED lighting throughout.
PEP5 Schools, Hertfordshire
This project ranges of 5 schools located in Herfordshire building new teaching classrooms blocks, working on this project from conception, the design was developed to maximise energy efficiency and to reduce the associated carbon emission whilst designing a facility that is practical and user friendly.