Nitesh is responsible for the development and execution of BAM's sustainability strategy and roll out across all the Group.
He is responsible for coordinating and continuing to develop the Group’s sustainability expertise in every aspect of designing, constructing, managing and maintaining projects for BAM.
Nitesh is driven to ensure that BAM is recognised as a leader in sustainable built environments and strives to exceed customer expectations by delivering value over the life cycle of their assets. Nitesh’s focus is on strategic thinking, reinforcing business cases, and looking at the influence of sustainability through all key stages of a development. His 13 years in architectural practice, leading numerous sustainability-led high-profile projects including Marks & Spencer’s flagship concept sustainable store, and Adnams’ sustainable office and distribution centre with UK’s first commercial use of hemp, has focused his commitment to designing for efficiency.
- Royal BAM Group’s key contact and lead for Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Economy 100 programme
- A member of UK-GBC strategic task groups, including the Marketing and Membership Committee and the Rapid Response Team
- BSI Committee member for the development of BS 8895: Designing Out Waste standard and BS 8001: A new standard for the Circular Economy
- Elected Board member of the award winning Supply Chain Sustainability School
“Reducing costs by using fewer resources is a clear incentive for our clients to embrace sustainability. I’m passionate about designing out waste, and using natural materials that inherently have a low environmental impact.”