Matt Tebbett is the regional lead in the Midlands for Hydrock, a UK-based engineering, energy and sustainability consultancy.
He leads a team that has delivered a ground-breaking climate resilience study in 2023 for the University of Nottingham, working with the university to assess the exposure of its campuses to the long-term affects of climate change. Matt’s Midlands-based team has also previously delivered the ground engineering solutions for SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway and an 8.4ha (hectare) former Rolls Royce factory site at Osmaston, Derbyshire which is being redeveloped for vital housing provision in the region.
Matt’s family hail from the East Midlands and he spent a lot of his childhood in Mapperley and Netherfield, before graduating as a student from Nottingham Trent University.
In his career, he has had a long association with STEM activities. He has previously established a programme working with schools in disadvantaged areas, promoting presentation skills, CV writing, team work and adaptability. Matt joined Hydrock, attracted by the company’s purpose to be ‘a force for good’ and is delighted to be able to continue to give something back to local communities.