Project Director, Commercial Offices Lead
Contact Mark Nevill
T: +44 7775 001 547
“"We use the latest technology and techniques alongside engineering to realise the design ambitions of the project team."”
Mark Nevill is a Project Director within the Structures Group of Ramboll in the UK. He joined consulting engineers Whitbybird (now Ramboll) in 2004 as a Design Engineer, became a Senior Engineer in 2007 and an Associate in 2009.
Mark has experience in both the public and private sector and has worked on projects across the commercial, residential, education, aviation and retail sectors. He has been involved in a number of large design & build and framework projects, particularly in the commercial and aviation sectors and can apply this experience to a variety of projects and markets.
Projects have ranged in size from complex multi-million pound redevelopment schemes to the sensitive refurbishment of listed buildings. His skills include using the latest technologies and IT processes with traditional engineering understanding to deliver structurally efficient and cost effective designs.
British Geological Survey offices
The new three-storey office building for the British Geological Survey at their Keyworth campus is the first large-scale building in the UK to use TermoDeck precast slabs supported on timber in a composite structural frame...
Campus Centre, University of Bedfordshire
With its £70m regeneration masterplan, the University of Bedfordshire aims to deliver a campus with an improved sense of community. The first phase concentrated on the new Campus Centre building, for which we supplied structural, fire and geotechnical engineering. It provides a student social hub, a lecture theatre, exhibition space, and catering and student support facilities, over four floors and a mezzanine.
The site in central Luton posed a number of challenges, and historic remains — including a moat — discovered during demolition works delayed progress. In addition, a live services tunnel had to be diverted and negotiations on boundary issues undertaken. The new building shares a wall with the neighbouring business school, and the school's basement in particular required a ...
An increase in personal data collection obliged a leading commercial organisation to purchase a seven hectare greenfield site on which to build a new data centre. A defining feature of this project was the detailed coordination between services and structures. A myriad of services was required to support the vast array of IT equipment. The building was designed to have no point of failure; everything is duplicated.
Our first job was to carry out large scale ground improvements to produce a level site. The risk of differential settlement necessitated the use of a cement stabilisation method in order to create a stiff solid platform for the 15,000 sq m ground slab. In addition, it acted as a piling mat and sub-base replacement beneath the 2k of road on site.
The struc ...
Through its impressive £15m reinvention, The Whitworth Art Gallery has cemented its place at the centre of the cultural national stage - winning the prestigious 2015 ArtFund Museum of the Year Award and is currently shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize Award 2015.