Rory Burke has wide experience in the sustainable design approach and feasibility study of all types of buildings, particularly in renewable design solutions, energy surveys and conservation measures, intelligent facade designs and thermal performance specification. Responsible for computer simulations regarding the thermal performance, daylight analysis and energy consumption of buildings amongst other sustainable design approaches. Involved in the sustainable design within the new Criminal Court of Justice Complex in Dublin, winner of awards such as The Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland Public Choice Building of the Year 2010 and Best Accessible Building Award 2010, Runner-Up CIBSE SDAR* Awards 2011 (Sustainable Design & Research) and short-listed for the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2011 -Commissioning Project of the Year.
He is also responsible for carrying out Building Energy Ratings, BREEAM and LEED internationally accredited Environmental Assessments.
He has worked for a number of leading Companies both in Ireland and in the USA over the last 25 years such as Cadbury Schweppes, Danone - Irish Biscuits, Eircom, before joining JVTE. He was responsible for the design, installation and commissioning of Major Capital Projects. He also project managed both systems and operational changes during his time with Danone and Cadbury’s and now manages all aspects of the Sustainability agenda for TPE.
He was responsible for the design and commissioning of Major Capital Projects. Managing projects and operational/warehouse teams within a manufacturing environment and general management duties.