Ramboll. Gavin White. Image courtesy of Paulina Sobczak Photography

Gavin White

Director

T: +44 7584 632 555

With over 12 years experience as a structural engineer, Gavin has worked in many sectors including: education, residential, heritage and commercial.

He has led projects of all types, from multi-million pound new build developments to refurbishment of historic buildings. Gavin has designed in all mainstream construction materials, with particular expertise in timber, he leads Ramboll's pioneering work in timber engineering. He has managed and advised on the construction of over 50 timber buildings ranging from museums to conference centres. He has written papers and presented internationally on the subject.

Gavin also has responsibility for the Ramboll Schools Sector, coordinating and facilitating our activities across Ramboll UK. Gavin has worked on over 20 school projects of varying size and complexity and in 2014 was awarded the NCE/ACE Young Consultant of the Year.

 

Gavin joined Ramboll in 2002 and works in our building structures team. In 2015, Gavin became a Director and now leads our Cambridge Office.

Recent projects

William Perkin High School

Containing 3,800 cubic metres of timber, the William Perkin High School is the largest cross laminated timber building in the UK.

Dalston Works

Dalston Works (previously known as Dalston Lane) is the largest Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) project globally, using more timber than any other scheme in the world by volume.

Open Academy, Norwich

Upon completion the largest cross laminated timber panel structure in the UK saving an estimated 2,900 tonnes of CO2. The structural design for the 9,500 sq m flexible school accommodation utilised 3D integrated modelling.

Ramboll

Ramboll
240 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8NW
United Kingdom
Tel:+44 20 7631 5291

Company registration

Company registration

Ramboll UK Limited. Registered in England & Wales. Company registration no. 03659970. Registered office: 240 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NW


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