Erik leads the civil and structural engineering team in the Bristol studio.
His passion is structural design - large, small, old, new, complex, simple, unusual, run-of-mill or fast track and his wide range of experience makes him one of the ‘go to’ people for advice and mentoring.
Erik is very hands-on and takes personal responsibility for all projects within his team. He is a great believer in engaging closely with the client, design team and contractor and the value that innovation can bring to a project.
He is also closely involved with the Institution of Structural Engineers and is a former regional chairman.
Solar energy which creates truly sustainable underfloor heating. Also long spans in shallow depths. And computers that do amazing things.
A new headquarters providing Airbus Defence and Space with an iconic building and a high-quality, agile working environment on a limited budget. Exemplary collaborative team working between designers, client and contractor has achieved extremely good value for money.
A new 8-storey Graduate Centre accommodating graduate teaching, learning spaces and student services as well as a new home for the University's School of Economics and Finance.
A modern, new visitor centre with cafe, meeting and education spaces and associated facilities for Clevedon Pier; the only operating Grade 1 listed pier in the UK.
A new BREEAM Excellent state of the art sports facility for Ebbw Vale
The new medical research building for the University of Cardiff includes an exhibition space and atrium, a 150 person lecture theatre, café, seminar suite, research clinic, graduate school, research support services and administrative facilities.
A major 9,000sqm extension to the University of Bristol’s National Composites Centre which brings together academics and enterprising companies to develop new technologies for the design and manufacture of composite products.
The new Gloucester Transport Hub is the first phase of the Council’s City centre regeneration offering a light and beautiful welcome to the city. Stained glass windows were commissioned to add colour, interest and identity.
Launchpad is especially designed to support the University’s postgraduates, helping them develop business opportunities and ultimately create the next generation of Cornwall-based technology companies.