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  • Chiswick Park
    Business park development with Richard Rogers Architects. The project had an emphasis on developing simple, fast construction using off-site pre-cast concrete and on-site post tensioned elements. The development featured complex steel and aluminium shading structures and was winner of the British Construction Industry Best Practice Award and British Council for Offices, Best of the Best Award.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • 40 Portman Square
    Mixed use office and residential development with Delancey and Squire & Partners Architects. The 10 storey steel framed construction was on a confined city centre site and involved the re-use of two existing basements. Innovative design and detailing was utilized for a rapid, safe construction programme. The project was short-listed for British Council for Offices, Institution of Structural Engineers, and British Constructional Steelwork Association Awards.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • NEW COURT
    15 storey prestige office headquarters in the City of London with OMA Architects. Built within the Bank Conservation Zone and in close proximity to numerous listed buildings, the project had significant logistical challenges due to its constrained location, existing structures and underground tunnels. The project won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Building of the Year Award, London and was a shortlisted finalist for the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2012.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • Selfridges
    Major intervention and adaption of historic steel framed building. The refurbishment of this famous retail establishment was carried out whilst maintaining its operation as a fully functioning department store. The project included the design of the main feature central escalator atrium with JHP designers, together with various internal structural modification schemes.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Robert Benaim and Associates.
  • BBC Broadcasting House
    Redevelopment of London broadcasting centre for the BBC with McCormack Jamieson and Prichard Architects. The project consisted of two new build wings and refurbishment of the historical listed Broadcasting House. The new facilities were acoustically isolated from ground borne vibration by mounting the new buildings on springs.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Whitby Bird and Partners.
  • Shenzhen Stock Exchange
    220m high tower housing 175,000m2 of commercial offices and trading facilities for Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The 3 storey podium that houses the trading floor is raised up the building so that it is elevated 36m above the urban plaza below resulting in a 40m cantilevering platform with a landscaped garden above. Architectural design was by Rem Koolhaas and OMA architects.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • 42 NEWINGTON GREEN
    Mixed use development for the Peabody Trust consisting of 7 storeys of private housing, 4 storeys of social housing, a medical centre and ground floor retail unit. The project, undertaken with Rivington Street Studio Architects, consisted of a combination of insitu and pre-cast concrete, traditional masonry and timber construction. The project was the winner of the Brick Development Award, Civic Trust Award and was short-listed for the Royal Institute of British Architects Housing Design Award.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Ellis & Moore.
  • Qatar Foundation
    Civic development in Doha with Rem Koolhaas/OMA Architects, consisting of a National Library, Administrative Headquarters and Strategic Studies Centre. The buildings were constructed of fully exposed structural concrete that was subject to aggressive environmental conditions. The Strategic Studies Centre consisted of a large cantilevering structure whilst the top three floors of the Administrative Headquarters were hung allowing the inside of the building to be hollowed out.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • RNLI HEADQUARTERS
    Survival Training Centre and residential Training College for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The building designed by PBWC Architects incorporates a simulator suite and 4m deep wave pool for survival training. The building won a National Quality in Construction Award.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Faber Maunsell.
  • Eden House
    5,300 square metre office development at Spital Square, City of London with Scott Brownrigg Architects. The building was located in close proximity to London Underground tunnels and associated exclusion zones and features a structurally designed and detailed cable hung facade system.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Faber Maunsell.
  • Project Horizon
    Refurbishment of Grade I listed building with LSI Architects at Norwich Union's Headquarters, Norwich. The project included the structural design of a 40m x 40m steel and glass grid-shell roof supported on tree like columns. The geometrically complex glass dome was a feature article in the 'Structural Engineer' Journal and involved the design and detailing of exposed architectural steelwork.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Faber Maunsell.
  • Idea Stores, Whitechapel
    Site supervision and construction advice on an architecturally bespoke exposed concrete frame with David Adjaye Architects. The project included a combination of high quality insitu and precast concrete elements. The building won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Building of the Year Award, London and was a short-listed finalist for the RIBA Stirling Prize.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • Faculty of English
    New build department building at the University of Cambridge. The three storey building designed by Allies and Morrison Architects consists of a visual concrete frame with habitable basement.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Whitby Bird and Partners.
  • SDFVA, UNIVERSITY OF KENT
    Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) award winning drama school with Hawkins Brown architects. The project incorporated complex internal spaces with exposed structure including visual pre-cast concrete surfaces. The building included sound recording studios and drama spaces utilizing'box in box' construction.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • Serpentine Pavilion
    Demountable pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park, London with Rem Koolhaas/OMA. The structure consisted of an exposed steelwork frame with an inflatable balloon roof and cable supported polycarbonate walls.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Arup.
  • Merton College
    New build administration building at the University of Oxford on historic site incorporating extensive archaeology. The building consisted of a masonry and stone structure incorporating brickwork stability system and cantilever stone staircase. The project was completed in 2003 with Allies and Morrison Architects.

    This project was undertaken whilst working at Whitby Bird and Partners.