Hannah Steele-Milne

Construction Management student

1. What made you interested in working in the Built Environment?

The desire to be creative and practical and be part of ever changing projects and technical developments that can be placed, seen, experienced and enjoyed.


2. Why did you join the Built Environment Change Makers?

I have developed a deeper interest and drive to contribute positively to sustainability in the built environment and have frequently come up against the frustration of not being able to do enough or be around enough like-minded people. Change Makers allows me to network and learn from those that understand that drive to make a difference and to utilise the resources and skillsets of the Change Makers to develop my ideas and make a difference.


3. What are your top 3 knowledge areas that you are bringing to the Built Environment Change Makers?

  • Project Management perspective and stakeholder relationship development
  • BIM 4D
  • Fuel Poverty perspective


4. What are you hoping to achieve?

I’d love to work towards the development of skills for young children and adults regarding sustainability, to alter their perspective/get creative with sustainability. I’d also like to see more girls and woman get excited about entering the built environment and I’d like to break down stereotypes and debunk myths on why the planet is experiencing climate change and how we can all make the steps in the correct directions to start reversing the negative imprints that have been made on this planet.