We are committed to reducing

our carbon footprint

We are committed to changing our mindset, our behaviours and our business, towards more sustainable outcomes. We understand that our planet is vulnerable and human activity is creating an unstable climate potentially unable to sustain humanity into the future.

The construction industry contributes to approximately 40% of global carbon emissions. By not actively working towards reducing our impact and that of others, we are contributing to those figures which we know leads to climate change and its potentially devastating effects.

The construction industry contributes to

approximately 40% of global

carbon emissions

We recognise that there is a climate crisis and we want to reduce our impact and help others to do the same; ‘sustainability and sustainable development is a process and a learning. It’s not just about designing green buildings (for us) it’s about how we live our lives, how as a business we function sustainably. How we function sustainably relies on supply chain and stakeholders and everyone across the value chain. By setting expectations with them we broaden the influence and scope of our sustainability’. (AGW 27.03.20)

We will be valuing our social and environmental contribution alongside our productivity. 

We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint.

We already have green schemes such as our green token scheme, we have photovoltaics to provide electricity from the sun, we recycle and so on. This is well intentioned but ad hoc. We want to go further, we will evaluate our impact and set new targets. But we can do much more, we want to educate and influence others as we set our sights on a greener future.

By being increasingly sustainable we get to further enrich people’s lives beyond our immediate reach, sustainability starts at home but has global impact. 

So this is a journey and we are all in it together. In summary PF+A will actively and mindfully work towards being more environmentally conscious, we will educate ourselves and educate our clients, partners and our supply chain. We want to work with businesses that also make this commitment, together we can make positive change, creatively seek alternative solutions and opportunities that benefit our planet, and society as a whole.

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Guernsey Studio

Guelles Court
Guelles Lane
St Peter Port

9am - 5:30pm   |   01481 712633


Jersey Studio

12 Britannia Place
Bath Street
St Helier

9am - 5:30pm   |   01534 767950


Chloe Whitmore

E: chloe.whitmore@pfaarchitecture.com

T: 01481 712633

Chloe is the first point of contact in the Guernsey studio. She has moved from a career of more than 20 years in the legal profession to managing a creative environment and its people - a welcome change for her! Her experience and legal background are a great asset for the Group.

Ollie Muston MCIAT

E: ollie.muston@pfaarchitecture.com

T: 01481 712633

Having been educated and grown up in Guernsey and developing a passion for technical design work, information technology and an intrigue for building design and history during his GCSE years, Oliver decided to commence his career in 1999 as an Architectural Technologist with Lovell Ozanne one of the largest architectural practices in the Channel Islands,  During those first inspiring 9 years he gained his BTEC HNC qualification increasing his fundamental experience and developing his knowledge base by working on multi-million pound commercial and residential developments including, Mixed Use and Redevelopment Areas (MURA), offices, apartments and industrial units.  

Moving to the States of Guernsey’s Property Services Team in 2008, Oliver was able to learn invaluable working skills and practices, increasing his expanding skillset in tendering and contract administration, whilst having the opportunity to work on public buildings and the differing challenges brought about by these types of projects. These projects encompassed education premises, States buildings with high security requirements, projects at the airport and harbours and fully accessible health facilities.  Full Accessibility audits for the health facilities became a prominent project for Oliver as his career progressed and he carried out a number of audits and reports for substantial business within the Island.

Now with a total of 21 years’ experience within the industry, his expansive knowledge not only covers all areas of a very vast field, but includes all aspects of a project from inception right through to the final handover of a completed project; which, for Oliver is the most rewarding experience. 

Oliver’s exceptional wealth of knowledge has lead him to gain his chartership with the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists and was formally invited to become an Interview Assessor for the Institute in 2015, a position limited to only a small number and in which someone can only be invited by the Institute.  Oliver completed the necessary assessor training a few months later.  

Ever striving to continue growing and expanding his professional knowledge, Oliver is a driven member of PF+A and one of the top in his field. With his professional yet friendly approachable nature he is an individual able to facilitate and communicate to clients, contractors, sub-contractors and other third parties to ensure that a project is always the best it can be.  Internally an exceptional trainer to the less experienced members of the team with an ease of teaching methods to ensure an unseamingly level of continuity for their development.

In his spare time Oliver enjoys spending time with his young family of three daughters, experiencing travelling and cultural diversity and of course Guernsey’s beautiful outdoor environment.