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“The best outcomes are always achieved when we challenge and are challenged. The winner is always the project.”
Philip Wilkinson joined Ramboll in 2000 and became a Director in 2018.
Philip has worked on some of Ramboll’s highest profile projects including the Tate Modern Project, working closely with Herzog & de Meuron architects to develop the iconic new building, to a number of projects at The International Quarter, Stratford. His broad experience ranges from small specialist refurbishments to large scale, complex residential and commercial developments.
Philip is driven and technically astute; his passion is to deliver excellence through collaboration and interdisciplinary coordination from early scheme design, through to completion. With broad practical buildability experience, and contractual understanding, he strives to deliver balanced and valued solutions.
As an ICE Delegated Engineer and Supervising Civil Engineer in Ramboll, Philip also mentors graduate engineers through the company training programme.
Containing 3,800 cubic metres of timber, the William Perkin High School is the largest cross laminated timber building in the UK.
At more than three times the size of its nearest rival, also engineered by Ramboll, the new-build Open Academy in Norwich was the largest cross-laminated timber panel structure in the country on completion. It uses more than 3,600 cu m of timber, is three storeys high...