Lewis Hubbard, MEng CEng MICE
Lewis Hubbard is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 10 years experience working in planning, design and construction of urban development. He trained at University College London and has worked for Peter Brett Associates and McNicholas Construction.
At Peter Brett Associates Lewis led infrastructure design and delivery for over 30 urban regeneration developments across London, building an holistic understanding of urban design, architecture and placemaking.
This is complemented by Lewis’s experience at McNicholas Construction where he worked on the delivery of utility infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic Park, including BIM design, construction planning and temporary works coordination.
Lewis is a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Academy of Urbanism’s Young Urbanists and is Vice Chair of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering’s London and South East Progress Network Committee. He also speaks Portuguese and Spanish.
Sam Okegbenro, MEng CEng MICE
Sam Okegbenro is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 10 years experience in construction and delivery of infrastructure and buildings.
Sam gained a Masters in Engineering at University College London before working with major contractors Hochtief, and Carillion.
At Hochtief Sam held key management roles in delivery of Bank Bloomberg Place, Reading Station and the Crossrail Thames Tunnel from Plumstead to North Woolwich.
At Carillion Sam worked on the delivery of West Hampstead Station, Cycle Super Highway Route 8, DP World London Gateway Port, Southend-On-Sea seafront public realm improvements and the London 2012 Olympic Park.
Sam brings his construction and delivery experience to Lewis Hubbard Engineering, providing clear project management and guiding proposals to mitigate delivery risk.