Andres joined BWL at the start of 2014, bringing his extensive experience of working on a diverse range of projects ranging from state of the art academic research facilities, through to Grade 1 listed historic buildings. The understanding and skills gained through his experience add to the capability of the structures team.
At BWL he has been involved from the outset in the development of the GSK FEF structural system, delivering the concept of a modularised structural system to accommodate storage, production and manufacturing facilities. The key drivers for this process being rapid and safe construction and minimising site works, all of which have been achieved. His role in developing the structural system has included the application to sites in the UK, Nigeria and Rwanda as a precursor to deployment on a wider global scale.
More recently, Andres has managed the delivery of the structural package for a new government data centre facility by working closely with stakeholders to deliver a facility to meet the unique in-service requirements, whilst developing a solution to suit the constrained site.
Presently Andres is the structural lead for the multi million pound regeneration Sugar House Island project in East London. He is developing the structural concepts for this multi-plot, mixed used development to follow a standardised approach that is to be adopted across the 26 acre site. With standardisation, achieving financial and programme benefits to the project and the client.