Tudor first joined Bryden Wood in 2015 as an intern for a 6 months period. He later returned to Bryden Wood after the completion of his studies in the beginning of 2016 and is part of the architectural team.
As an Architectural Assistant, Tudor played a part in various innovative projects heavily focused on Design for Manufacturing techniques. He first worked with Bryden Wood alongside the GSK team in the final stages of GSK’s Factory in a Box, a DfMA exercise for future pharmaceutical manufacturing plants. Tudor also participated in the development of novel construction and prefabrication techniques for In-house projects such as Flexible Construction System and Neighbourhood Living. Moreover, Tudor played different roles in the collaboration between Bryden Wood and a DfMA residential housing system for a major contractor.
Currently, Tudor is working on the early phases for Johnson Matthey refining plant in Royston, England and a new pharmaceutical plant proposal for GSK in Montrose, Scotland.