MEng PGDip GMICE
Newcastle University and University of Westminster
Alex’s interests are focussed on movement and engineering in masterplanning and placemaking projects, enjoying being at the centre of the design and decision-making processes in project’s early conception and taking the concepts through to project delivery.
Joining Heyne Tillett Steel in 2020, Alex has played a key role in leading public realm and highways projects. Alex has a PGDip in Urban Design at University of Westminster and is a Young Professional member of the Academy of Urbanism.
Alex has number of years’ experience in the design and delivery of high-quality public realm and highways projects. He is currently leading HTS’s input on Phase 2 Public Realm Works at Thamesmead, Bexley which seeks to deliver significant streetscape enhancements to improve pedestrian movement and connectivity and retrofit SuDS looking to trial innovative permeable paving technologies. Previously at Alan Baxter Alex developed detailed external works and highway design at The Old Vinyl Factory, Hayes, and British D-Day Memorial, Ver-sur-Mer, Normandy.
He has also developed proposals for numerous Ealing Crossrail stations, providing strategic design advice across movement and access, highway design, amenity space, SuDs and drainage. Alex has extensive experience in masterplanning and transport planning having previously led a number of large scale developments through the planning process, including; 112,000sqm Park for AgriTech, Cambridgeshire, and Aylesbury Garden Town Masterplan.