Simon Hollis HNDip, BSc (Hons), MSc, MRICS
I am a Chartered Surveyor and I teach modules on the undergraduate and postgraduate Building Surveying courses on a part time basis. The rest of the time, I run my surveying practice which specialises in building pathology and moisture related defects in traditionally constructed buildings.
I have been working in the built environment sector for nearly 18 years and during that time have worked all over England, Scotland and Wales in consultancy, client side and the public sector.
I teach part-time on the BSc and MSc Building Surveying courses two days a week and I run my surveying practice specialising in building pathology and traditionally constructed buildings the rest of the time.
I am interested in building defects, cause and remedial works, traditionally constructed buildings, traditional materials and techniques.
The Building Limes Forum
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)
Sheffield Historic Buildings Trust (and committee member)
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (and the South Yorkshire Branch)
The South Yorkshire Industrial Heritage Society (and Field Recording Group)
The Victorian Society (and the Sheffield Branch)
Department of the Natural and Built Environment
College of Social Sciences and Arts
Restoration of Bower Springs cementation furnace.