- Date of Birth9 Jun 1997
- BirthplaceHalifax, England
- Height1.9m (6' 3)
- Weight119.8kg (18st 12lbs)
We are mechanical and electrical engineers who work across a range of sectors to support architects, interior designers specifiers, designers and construction teams in bringing great projects to life.
We always tailor our services and processes to suit the exact needs of our clients who rely on us for a full M&E design service, covering all aspects of a construction, renovation or refurbishment project. Others may choose to work with us on particular aspects of M&E, drawn by our strengths in areas such as renewables or office fit-out, BREEAM or BIM/Revit.
Founded in 1991, we’ve grown rapidly to become one of the UK’s top 30 M&E consultancies and now employ more than 80 people in eight offices located in Birmingham, Cambridge, Derby, Kettering, Leicester, London, Manchester and Nottingham.
A second generation member of the famous Samoan rugby family, Fred is the son of former Tigers wing Freddie and nephew to Henry, Alesana and Manu. His older brother Brian also came through the Tigers academy.
Initially a prop, Fred moved to the back row in academy rugby and played on loan with National League clubs Coventry, South Leicester and Leicester Lions on the way to establishing himself in Tigers ranks with appearances in the Premiership ‘A’ League.
He made his senior debut as a replacement in a win at Bath in the opening round of the successful Anglo-Welsh Cup campaign in 2016/17 and he played in all four games in the tournament a year later.
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