Professor Mike Parrett       

, Michael Parrett Associates

Professor Michael Parrett is a Published author, broadcaster and world-renowned expert in Building Pathology and holds a Cambridge Master’s degree, reading Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment. He is a former trustee of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, and a published author with both Donhead Routledge (Now Taylor Francis) and RICS Books Diagnosing damp, 1st edition. The RICS also distribute his award-winning 6-part Building Pathology DVD training film resource.

His latest Book- Building Defects and Your Health is available through; Proceeds to charity.

He is an Eminent Fellow of RICS, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building, Fellow of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers, Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, a Chartered Scientist and Professor to the school of Engineering, Science and Environment at University of Salford.

The producer of industry standard training films, lectures and learned articles for a variety of audiences on investigating dampness in buildings including flooding, condensation and mould, Michael Parrett first came to widespread public notice through the BBC2 series Raising the Roof. The series was hailed as a piece of landmark journalism, exposing the widespread misdiagnosis of rising damp and concerns over the effectiveness of chemical damp proof course injection. The film content centered on Mike’s empirical research and award-winning work gathered over three decades of working on investigating and material testing in buildings.

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