“...when neighbourhoods thrive, the value and importance is evident.

The delivery of attractive and viable development is a perpetual challenge for our cities, but when neighbourhoods thrive, the value and importance is evident. At Lewis Hubbard Engineering we believe that by working as closely as possible with architectural and urban planning teams, the continual contribution of our engineering and commercial experience helps deliver better developments.

We therefore feel that our service provides good value for our clients, as architectural and urban design development is well informed by the engineering constraints and requirements. Our particular areas of experience are:

 

Civil Engineering Design and Management

Street Design, Geometry, Levels and definition of works boundaries.

Flood Risk Management and Water Sensitive Urban Design

Utility Disconnections, Diversions and New Supplies

Management of Topographical, Drainage and Utilities Surveys

Highways Orders; including Stopping Up, Adoption and Section 278 Works

Development decant, demolition, refurbishment and new-build sequencing and phasing

Building Servicing Strategy; including tracking of delivery vehicles, refuse vehicles, fire tenders and maintenance vehicles.

Pavement surfacing materials and construction build-ups both externally and on podium decks.

Definition of subsequent scope of engineering services.

 

Project Management and Construction Management

Sam’s bullets

Having spent the past 7 years working as a Civil Engineer on urban regeneration development in London, I set up Lewis Hubbard Engineering Ltd to get as closely involved in projects as I possibly could. I have seen various projects where an earlier and greater focus on the civil engineering constraints could have saved significant project costs and yielded better opportunities for high quality and sustainable design. Given the present construction market conditions and ever more complex planning and technical requirements on development, recognition and digestion of a site’s constraints are becoming particularly important to inform design decisions that can keep a development’s costs as lean as possible, reducing the stress on development viability and hopefully allowing investment into the things that make a development great.

 

Through the RIBA work stages, I work particularly closely with architectural and urban design teams, presenting and informing the civil engineering constraints and recommending design decisions that best manage them. I am particularly experienced in the following areas, and produce strategies that can test and shape the wider design development:

Street Design, Geometry, Levels and definition of works boundaries.

Flood Risk Management and Water Sensitive Urban Design

Utility Disconnections, Diversions and New Supplies

Management of Topographical, Drainage and Utilities Surveys

Highways Orders; including Stopping Up, Adoption and Section 278 Works

Development decant, demolition, refurbishment and new-build sequencing and phasing

Building Servicing Strategy; including tracking of delivery vehicles, refuse vehicles, fire tenders and maintenance vehicles.

Pavement surfacing materials and construction build-ups both externally and on podium decks.

Definition of subsequent scope of engineering services.

 

I can then develop these strategies in further detail through to delivery.

 

Affiliations

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) – Member. Chartered Civil Engineer

Association of Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) – Progress Network London and South East Committee Vice Chair

Academy of Urbanism – Young Urbanist

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Network (StemNET) - Ambassador

Construction Industry Council – Construction Skills Coaching Scheme

 

Civil Engineering Design and Management

  • Street Design, Geometry, Levels and definition of works boundaries.

  • Flood Risk Management and Water Sensitive Urban Design

  • Utility Disconnections, Diversions and New Supplies

  • Management of Topographical, Drainage and Utilities Surveys

  • Highways Orders; including Stopping Up, Adoption and Section 278 Works

  • Development decant, demolition, refurbishment and new-build sequencing and phasing

  • Building Servicing Strategy; including tracking of delivery vehicles, refuse vehicles, fire tenders and maintenance vehicles.

  • Pavement surfacing materials and construction build-ups both externally and on podium decks.

  • Definition of subsequent scope of engineering services.

 

Project Management and Construction Management

  • Sam’s bullets

Having spent the past 7 years working as a Civil Engineer on urban regeneration development in London, I set up Lewis Hubbard Engineering Ltd to get as closely involved in projects as I possibly could. I have seen various projects where an earlier and greater focus on the civil engineering constraints could have saved significant project costs and yielded better opportunities for high quality and sustainable design. Given the present construction market conditions and ever more complex planning and technical requirements on development, recognition and digestion of a site’s constraints are becoming particularly important to inform design decisions that can keep a development’s costs as lean as possible, reducing the stress on development viability and hopefully allowing investment into the things that make a development great.

 

Through the RIBA work stages, I work particularly closely with architectural and urban design teams, presenting and informing the civil engineering constraints and recommending design decisions that best manage them. I am particularly experienced in the following areas, and produce strategies that can test and shape the wider design development:

 

  • Street Design, Geometry, Levels and definition of works boundaries.

  • Flood Risk Management and Water Sensitive Urban Design

  • Utility Disconnections, Diversions and New Supplies

  • Management of Topographical, Drainage and Utilities Surveys

  • Highways Orders; including Stopping Up, Adoption and Section 278 Works

  • Development decant, demolition, refurbishment and new-build sequencing and phasing

  • Building Servicing Strategy; including tracking of delivery vehicles, refuse vehicles, fire tenders and maintenance vehicles.

  • Pavement surfacing materials and construction build-ups both externally and on podium decks.

  • Definition of subsequent scope of engineering services.

 

I can then develop these strategies in further detail through to delivery.

 

Affiliations

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) – Member. Chartered Civil Engineer

Association of Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) – Progress Network London and South East Committee Vice Chair

Academy of Urbanism – Young Urbanist

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Network (StemNET) - Ambassador

Construction Industry Council – Construction Skills Coaching Scheme

 

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