Tim Baker

Senior Associate

Tim Baker is a Senior Associate in the Floating Offshore Wind team, which he joined in early 2022. He had seven years’ experience in the naval marine sector in the UK before pivoting to the energy transition challenge.

Mr Baker has held design, project management and commercial roles in capital platform and infrastructure projects for the UK MoD Customer. He is an expert in delivering quality engineering solutions in challenging and highly regulated project environments.

With a background in naval nuclear refitting, Mr Baker has led design and construction teams, directing development of both technical and commercial readiness and acting as the primary supply chain and customer interface. He has extensive experience in the areas of accurate requirements and change capture, configuration management and quality. In addition, he has a practical understanding of the importance of adherence to design codes and regulatory conditions, asset management and industrial safety. In providing mechanical handling technical authority and design management for cranes and refuelling infrastructure, he co-ordinated multidisciplinary engineering projects across the fleet, ensuring a consistent thread was maintained from fundamental design intent through to commissioning, operations and maintenance.

Tim Baker is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, and has qualifications in project management, industrial design and safety.  He is actively involved with IMechE voluntary work and holds a number of outdoor leadership credentials. He was selected as a RenewableUK Future Leader in 2021.

Representative Assignments

Market entry, floating offshore wind
Supported an international developer with technology selection, supply chain evaluation and port infrastructure assessment.
Trading analysis, international transactions
Presented data and insight on major public procurement projects; developed competitor case-studies and analysis.
Commissioning strategy, dockside cranes
Defined logical interfaces between different upgrade and maintenance activities, regulatory requirements and facility readiness targets. Reviewed commissioning data to support safe return to service.