Valdas joined the Bryden Wood structural engineering team in 2015 having previously worked as a structural assistant on a variety of small scale projects in London.
Valdas has extensive experience in designing structures in steel, timber, concrete and glass within the residential and commercial sectors, including new structures and structural alterations to existing buildings. Valdas’ flair for CAD and finite-element software allows him to perform complex structural calculations.
Furthermore, the combination of Valdas’ experience with his excellent numerical and analytical skills equips him in solving challenging structural problems. This is evident in the numerous projects Valdas has undertaken during his time at Bryden Wood which have involved designing various reinforced concrete and steel structures and reviewing existing designs. Valdas’ skill in creating structural models and analysing their performance is visible in his design of a raft foundation, studies of various floor and column options for a biopharmaceutical facility, steel frame analysis for the front end factory Beta Building, as well as structural analysis of Gatwick South terminal pier 1, core wall design for a 16-storey residential tower and loading analysis for a data centre.