Krisztian Pap

Krisztian Pap

Technical Director

Krisztian possesses extensive knowledge in decentralised energy networks and specialises in Heat Network route proving. He has managed the design and technical coordination of many of the UK’s largest and most complex buried networks.

Krisztian’s background in mechanical engineering and his experience in the construction industry ensures his network route designs and 3D modelled solutions are compliant with all standards and design principles. With vast experience in underground heat network design, including 3D route design for pre-insulated steel pipes, 3D modelling of underground utilities, expansion and stress calculations for buried steel pipes, and a sound knowledge of leading edge engineering principles and practices, he can provide a great deal of practical experience from his previous role as a District Heating Design Team Leader within ENGIE, where he contributed to the continued expansion of the Olympic Park District Energy Scheme.

Krisztian’s current role as Technical Director is key to ensuring uncompromised, high quality design solutions within the district energy sector, by leading the organisation’s output standards. The role is heavily focused on managing the Design Team’s development and performance against the quality management system. He has a keen eye for detail and a passion for ensuring that the design and quality standards meet and exceed client expectations.

Krisztian’s experience and successful projects include:

  • 3DTD
    • Stoke-on-Trent District Heating Scheme
    • Bristol City District Heating Scheme
    • Exeter District Heating Scheme
    • London – Elephant and Castle
    • London – South Kilburn District Energy Network
    • London – Royal Arsenal District Energy Network
    • London – Haringey District Energy Network
  • Pre-3DTD at ENGIE (EQUANS)
    • Contributed to the continued expansion of £120m Olympic Park scheme.
    • Led the district heating design team.
    • Responsible for managing and planning design activities.
    • Energy Centres of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.