Jones King Partnership was formed in 1987 and in 1989 became a limited liability company, based in Bristol We are committed to conducting our business in a way that will reduce wherever possible damage to the environment. Our environmental objectives are reviewed regularly and updated accordingly We are members of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) and the Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) We are also registered as qualified consulting engineers with Constructionline which is the UK register of Qualified Construction Services and are on the CIBSE Society of Light & Lighting Register Please take a look at our Quality, Environmental and Health & Safety Policies

Kevin Barry

Director

Cliff Shoebridge IEng MIET FSLL ACIBSE

Director

Paul Hibbert

Director

Paul Arnel BSc (Hons), IEng MCIBSE

Director

Kevin Barry

Kevin joined Jones King Partnership as a senior electrical engineer in 1999. Having spent the previous 25 years in the contracting industry he brought to the practice a wealth of practical ‘hands on’ skills and knowledge.

Kevin is experienced in all aspects of private and public sector projects and has developed a finely tuned commercial understanding with proven benefits for clients. His particular expertise is in education having been involved in many PFI and award winning BSF Pathfinder 1 school projects. Throughout his career Kevin has taken pride in delivering cost effective design solutions to meet or exceed client expectations.

Kevin became an associate of the practice in 2007 and a director in 2013.

Cliff Shoebridge IEng MIET FSLL ACIBSE

Cliff joined Jones King Partnership as a senior electrical engineer in 1988. He brought to the practice a wide ranging experience gained from working on large projects both at home and overseas.

In 1999 Cliff became an Associate Director and became more involved in the day to day running of the company before becoming a director in 2004, the same year that Jones King Partnership was awarded the commission for M & E Design Services for the largest PFI Schools Project in the UK and, as project director, Cliff managed from start to finish. Throughout his career Cliff has maintained an enthusiastic approach to lighting the working environment and is a Fellow of the CIBSE Society of Light and Lighting.

Paul Hibbert

Paul joined the Partnership as a mechanical design engineer from a contracting background in 1997 and has worked through progressively senior management roles leading to becoming a director of the company in 2013.

Paul is a successful driver in the business, building on strong networks and generating long term relationships with an emphasis on face to face communication. Paul was half of the management team who successfully completed the biggest PFI £200M scheme awarded in Education in 2004 and he has a strong background in education and commercial sectors. His considerable experience underpins his belief in the importance of clear communication and reliability in bringing projects to a commercially effective conclusion.

Paul Arnel BSc (Hons), IEng MCIBSE

Paul joined Jones King Partnership in 2003, having worked previously for Bristol University for 12 years, and became a director of the company in 2013.

Paul has over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry across a number of sectors including high-end residential, commercial, leisure, student accommodation, hotels, PFI and mixed use schemes and has successfully delivered a variety of projects from conception to completion.

Paul’s role covers all aspects of delivery together with executive responsibility for the future expansion of the company building fruitful long-term relationships with clients, designers and contractors.

Having established the client’s clear aims, Paul’s role is to provide strong management and support throughout the whole engineering process and to nurture good working relationships with clients which endure after completion of a project.

Successful delivery means providing leadership and taking responsibility for results, whilst making sure the team is fully engaged and working together. Staying involved, working with the team and maintaining a ‘hands-on’ approach to design is invaluable and enables Paul to identify potential problems avoiding any likelihood of progression into major issues.