Martin Shouler

London Water Leader, Arup

Martin is a public health engineer working  on water projects across both Infrastructure and Buildings sector. He leads on Arup’s Venturi water innovation service in partnership with WRc and is responsible for the water innovation series ‘Wet Networks’.

Martin has extensive experience in the field of Environmental Services Engineering, having been involved in a wide range of major projects, in design, research and consultancy across the world. Particular expertise includes water supply, sanitation, sewerage, water conservation and efficiency, water quality, water treatment, wastewater engineering, and infrastructure services. He has a keen interest in sustainability particularly related to minimising water use and energy associated with its use. He was a member of the expert group advising the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) on the revision of Building Regulation Part G (Water conservation, sanitation and hygiene). In addition, he is a member of British Standards Institution (BSI) committee responsible for water sector technical standards (B/504) and has been involved with and led the development many British and European water related standards. Martin advised the UK’s Health and Safety Executive on the revision of the Approved Code of Practice, L8 and is a member of the CIBSE expert panel responsible for the revision of CIBSE TM13 – Legionnaires’ disease: The control of legionella bacteria in water systems.

Previously, Martin was Head of Water at the UK’s Building Research Establishment (BRE) and is a Past Chairman of the UK’s Society of Public Health Engineers (SoPHE). He was recently elected to the Council of The Worshipful Company of Plumbers and serves on their Technical Committee.