Samuel joined Bryden Wood in January 2016 as a design engineer. With 7 years’ design experience specialising in sheet metal, timber, and structural steel, with an emphasis on manufacturing efficiencies, innovative design and precision.
Samuel’s work focuses on design for manufacturing, using his knowledge and skills to create designs that balance between ease of manufacture, affordability and aesthetic appeal. With an interest in proficient workflows and industrial processes, Samuel has experience in streamlining design to CNC manufacturing process, increasing accuracy and reducing time and cost.
Samuel has principally been involved with the GRCUK/Crossrail project, primarily working on the design of a GFRC cladding system at Liverpool Street, Tottenham Court Road and Whitechapel stations. The project facilitates a “right first time” manufacture and installation with a zero tolerance design, minimising potential inaccuracies. Having expert level certification from Solidworks UK, Samuel assists with all technical, workflow and modelling queries throughout the Bryden Wood Crossrail Solidworks team, ensuring stable modelling processes are followed; assuring continuity and accuracy in the data.
Prior to joining Bryden Wood Samuel has worked in a range of engineering & design industries, including pharmaceutical, potent & radioactive material handling, furniture and retail design.