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Abener Amenshoa

Associate

“The positive impact of our work on the environment, satisfied clients and team satisfaction are my motivation.”

Following the completion of my civil engineering degree in July 1998 I worked on numerous high profile residential and commercial development projects as a graduate, project engineer, and later as senior engineer, with Jenkins and Potter and Waterman Partnership. I then spent a year on secondment with Laing O’Rourke on the Ascot Racecourse and grandstand redevelopment in 2005/2006, where I gained the necessary and valuable on-site experience, including temporary works design and supervision of installation, site setting out and small package management.

In 2007 I joined CampbellReith as a senior engineer and became an Associate in 2015. In my role as Associate, I lead and manage multi-disciplinary teams comprised of engineers and technicians and I have been involved in many diverse projects within commercial, residential, student accommodation, education, and health care sectors. I am proud to have worked on the design of the 5-storey-deep basement for the UCLH Proton beam therapy project in London – the second only in the UK. Other significant projects include £21m Windsor House commercial development in Slough, £20m Bedfont Lakes office building alterations and refurbishment, Roof top extension and structural strengthening at 1 Redcliff Street, Bristol. I have also worked on a number of multi-storey student accommodation building projects in Cambridge, Colchester and Norwich, which range in value between £10m to £25m. Other notable projects include Wornington Green, Phase 2 residential development, Elmgrove Primary School and St Joan of Arc school.

Driven by innovation and better systems, I am also the Integrated Management System coordinator for the CampbellReith London office and assist the IMS manager in ensuring compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001 and 14001 accreditations.

I have a strong interest in the collaboration of structural engineering with the wider stake holders in the built environment, which is essential to make a sustainable and positive impact on the lives of communities at a local and global level.

Joined CampbellReith

2007

Thrives on challenging and complex projects

Outside of engineering

I volunteer for local and international charitable organisations that work with various communities and disadvantaged groups. I enjoy traveling and visiting family spread around the world