We’re pleased to announce two new Associates for 2016

19 November 2015

With our 2015 Associate programme drawing to a close, we are very pleased to announce that following the successful completion of a 6 month training program, demonstrating fierce commitment and enthusiasm throughout, we now welcome two new UK Associates, Daniel Johnson and David King, who will officially be joining the Medland Metropolis Associate program in 2016.

Congratulations and well deserved!

Through our Associate Programme we aim to create leaders with professional values aligned to our own. The programme is based on mutual benefits  achieved by the advancement and improvement of Medland Metropolis’ organisational goals through the commitment, enthusiasm and self-motivated practice of our Associates and the professional development they experience through participation in business planning and individualised coaching.


With over 15 years’ experience in Building Services, Dan has worked on projects of varying scale and complexity across a wide range of sectors including Healthcare, Education, Commercial and Residential. Dan has a keen eye for detail and strong commercial awareness. He has demonstrated skilful leadership, delivering many successful projects as both a senior engineer and team lead, many requiring a high level of resilience and a requirement for infrastructure upgrade.

Dan has proven his suitability for the Medland Metropolis Associate programme by living and breathing our values, disseminating them amongst the UK team, always seeking to go above and beyond the client’s initial brief.


David has 10 years’ Mechanical Building Services experience across a wide range of industries including Retail, Commercial, Education, Industrial, and Residential. With a broad knowledge of the industry and understanding of client requirements David is able to deliver projects from feasibility stage, through the design stage, to project handover.

His keen interest in Sustainability and key experience in reducing energy consumption in a wide range of buildings makes David an asset to the Medland Metropolis team and the Associate programme.