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Andy Rennison – 3BM Managing Director
Andy was the driving force behind the creation of 3BM and leads the Strategic Leadership Team and expansion of the 3BM wider group.
Andy has overseen and led a range of services in the public and private sectors, including, Buildings, Finance, Education, School Organisation and multi-faceted regeneration projects.
Andy is a Trustee for Queensmill School, a co-educational special school for autistic children in West London and a Board member of the Kinetics Foundation, a registered charity helping young people into employment, through sport, education and training.
Kevin Beerling FCA – Non-Executive Chairman
Kevin joined the Board of 3BM as a Non-Executive Director in May 2018 and was appointed Non-Executive Chairman in April 2020.
Kevin has a strong financial and commercial background with over 20 years Board level experience, most recently as Group Finance Director of the Prospects Group. His wider Board level responsibilities have included facilities management, risk management, legal services and HR.
Kevin is also a Non-Executive Director of the National Online Self Exclusion Scheme Ltd (trading as Gamstop) and Score Genius Technology Ltd.
Sheldon joined the Board as a Non-Executive Director in October 2017 and was appointed Non-Executive Deputy Chairman in April 2020.
Sheldon is the CEO for Synexus Solutions Limited, an experienced entrepreneur, Business Development Director and Consultant, with over 35 years programme and project management experience in delivering large-scale IT and business programmes. This ranges from concept creation to budgets, funding, timescales, multi-discipline leadership skills and quality assurance.
Sheldon now helps build sustainable communities, involving education, business, sport, health, emergency services and local and central government.
He specialises in bringing an innovative range of excellent digital, energy and managed pandemic solutions to market using advanced communications technologies and methodologies to serve the communities he cares about.
By harnessing the best appropriate technologies, Sheldon works with communities to empower, engage and connect them for a sustainable future.
This fits with the latest Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria and standards for sustainable and socially responsible investing.
Sheldon serves on the Court of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists as a Court Assistant and Liveryman. He is also Chair of the Technology Panel. Sheldon was admitted into the Freedom of The City of London on 16th May 2008.”
Samantha Relf – Director of Executive Services
Samantha joined 3BM in 2013, leading on Human Resources, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Marketing, having previously worked in both the public and private sectors for over 20 years.
As a CIPD Associate, employee well-being, motivation and development are a key function of her role. Being the head of HR for an employee-owned organisation utilises her skills in communications, talent acquisition, staff retention and engaging with people to succeed.
She is our lead for our employee well-being programme, a mental health first aider and the Head of our Apprenticeship and Work Placement Programme.
Nick Rogers – Director of Architecture
Nick has been with 3BM since its creation in 2013, bringing over 21 years’ Architectural experience in both the private and public sector.
The last 10 years have focused on the design and delivery of construction projects.
Prior to joining 3BM, Nick was in private practice undertaking key roles from mixed use regeneration projects, private residential and implementing both the LSC, BSF and DFE funded education projects within London and the South East.
As the Director of Architecture within 3BM, Nick has taken a key strategic role on Local Authority Advisory Boards in London, as well as overseeing the delivery of key projects, ranging from refurbishment and new build projects to strategic land and regeneration strategies.
Nick has a passion for driving Architecture’s progression within the public sector, by utilising the team’s excellent communication and engagement skills, and establishing sustainable and economical solutions to public and private sector projects.
This approach to financially sustainable quality design and delivery is embedded within the delivery of the business and is reinforced by returning customers who have experienced this success.