Paul is a Mechanical Project Engineer within the Melbourne Office who has been with Wood and Grieve since 2013. Paul has approximately 24 years experience designing heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for a variety of projects including Health, Commercial and Residential. Paul has for many years provided the Project Coordinator role on projects and has the ability to provide experienced solutions to more difficult projects such as building refurbishments and building extensions.
Outside of work
Paul has been recently married and has a 16 month old child Lucy with his partner Catriona.
Paul is an avid tennis player and is still playing competition regularly. Other hobbies include golf, fishing and improving his garden.
What will you bring to a project
Paul will bring a senior and experienced point of view to the projects he works on and he is a good communicator and a decision maker.
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
Industry accreditations / bodies
Registered Building Practitioner Melbourne
Owen Dixon Chambers Extension
A 4500m2 6 storey extension to an existing 20,000m2 occupied office building that is owned by Barristers Chambers Limited.
Knox Private Hospital
A $ 45 Million hospital extension including new 60 Bed Ward, Imaging Areas, Supply and Kitchen facilities.
250 Spencer Street
A $ 500 Million residential, retail and hotel precinct including the new Ritz Carlton Hotel.
We have worked with Paul Cotterell, our original and key contact at Wood & Grieve Engineers, on a number of projects and held him in high regard.
Their proposal stood out for its thoroughness and perceptiveness. The representatives presenting all appeared excellent in their field of expertise and it was an outstanding presentation.
Importantly, those presenting were also those remaining as the key operatives on each of the engineering elements.
In addition they have worked extremely well with our architects, GrayPuksand, in all respects including the integration of the documentation on the Revit 3D CAD system.
This has not been an easy project and as we approach the completion of the project we can only be thankful that we made the choice we did. They understood our needs as a client, which are by no means standard, they understood the working building environment, they were responsive and produced excellent outcomes for us.
Their capacity or skill was not vital not only in the design but also in the negotiation with authorities as is always crucial in achieving the desired outcome.
We are expecting to complete the project on time and within budget and part of the credit for that result must rest with them.