Lewis Hubbard Engineering is a practice of engineers with a focus on the infrastructure of our cities. We understand how infrastructure shapes the life of our urban communities and how its delivery can unlock development.
We are proud that a great deal of our work and experience has been in support of Local Authority led regeneration schemes, helping to improve the built environment of our neighbourhoods and address critical housing needs.
One of the most ambitious and exciting urban regeneration projects in London, seeking to deliver 10,000 new homes, a new railway station, retail and community facilities and an adaptable mix of employment space.
King's Crescent Estate
The regeneration of Hackney’s King’s Crescent Estate mixes the development of 490 new homes with the refurbishment of 275 existing ones
Agar Grove is one of the largest of Camden Council’s community investment projects, providing 500 affordable homes for new and existing tenants, making it also one of the largest Passivhaus developments in the UK
Capabilities and collaborators
The delivery of attractive and viable development is a perpetual challenge for our cities. At Lewis Hubbard Engineering we work particularly closely with Architectural and Urban Planning practitioners, supporting development from inception to delivery with our engineering and commercial experience.
We are therefore very excited to have already worked with some of the most talented practitioners at the forefront of urban regeneration, including Karakusevic Carson Architects, Periscope, and Mark Projects.
In our first year, we've been shortlisted for the Consultancy and Engineering Awards 2017 in the category for Best UK Business Performance amongst Small and Medium Enterprises.