I pride myself on building good relationships with the clients and architects I work with, with many coming back time and again for advice or to get us involved in a project they are working on.
One of the reasons, I love working at Max Fordham is because I get to share my knowledge with others. I like to challenge conventional approaches or ways of thinking, and I pass this approach onto the next generation of engineers to help them reach suitable, innovative, cost-effective solutions to fit the client's brief and the project's needs.
My role provides me with a large amount of variety, both in terms of the people I work with and the projects I work on. I have a wide range of experience throughout all stages of a fantastically diverse range of interesting projects.
I have recently been largely involved with the practice's Developing Countries Group, including developing hospital and university masterplans in Myanmar, designing a remote training centre, in Burkina Faso, to train grandmothers to become solar engineers and installers, and spending time in Myanmar providing technical advice for the University of Medicine and Yangon General Hospital.