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Andrew Middlebrook


Engineer MEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE

Imperial College London

Andrew joined Heyne Tillett Steel in 2014 and has since worked on a range of prestigious projects in London. He is currently working with Orms architects to transform the 1970s Camden Town Hall Annexe into a boutique hotel, adding three storeys to the existing reinforced concrete office building. Andrew has also recently worked on the design of the Wellington Hotel in Covent Garden with KPF, combining an entire island site containing three Grade II listed buildings into a single occupancy, including two new storeys of basement and retained façades.

Prior to working at Heyne Tillett Steel, in 2008 Andrew joined Ove Arup and Partners in London where he designed the structures of major international projects such as KAPSARC in Riyadh with Zaha Hadid Architects, the KASC Stadium in Jeddah, the Singapore Sports Hub Stadium and The Palestinian Museum in Birzeit with Heneghan Peng Architects.

In 2013 Andrew joined Holmes Consulting Group, New Zealand’s foremost structural engineers, in Christchurch. Whilst there he contributed innovative structural analysis and design to efforts to rebuild the city following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.

Andrew graduated from Imperial College London in 2008 and spent his Masters year studying at the École des Ponts in Paris. During this time he worked for Parisian practice Hugh Dutton Associés where he designed and researched lightweight tensile structures. Andrew became a Chartered member of the IStructE in 2015 and in 2017 was made an Associate at Heyne Tillett Steel.