John Sheelan is an ex-tradesman who had been heavily involved ina family-run business servicing the bio-medical, pharmaceutical and semi-conductor industries since 1996. During those years he received great exposure from his father’s teachings within the
He started off as a general operative, progressed to a welder, then fitter/cleanroom installer, then to a contract manager running various sites across the country, and finally qualifying as a building services engineer.
As such he was an ideal candidate for the inaugural CIBSE/ASHRAE Mentor Programme. Here he outlines his experience of the programme, beginning with when he started studying for his degree.
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