Engineer BEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE
Kelly has over twelve years’ experience as a structural engineer and since joining Heyne Tillett Steel in 2008 she has worked on a number of schemes across all sectors and at all scales. Kelly became an Associate in 2015.
Her experience ranges from work on basements under listed buildings in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea to new interventions within existing fabric at the Science Museum with Universal Design Studio. Here, Kelly designed a walkway for the new Information Age Gallery, which won a Structural Award in 2016. Kelly has previously worked on the refurbishment of 10 Lower James Street, updating a 1930’s office building and creating a new mezzanine level with a CLT prefabricated cranked roof. Kelly has also just completed Phase I of the Republic masterplan which involved the refurbishment of Anchorage House and the integration of an exposed timber structure into the atrium of the existing nine storey RC framed building.
Kelly is currently working on a large project over multiple publicly owned pieces of land in London to provide 100% affordable modular apartments, an extension to Grade II listed buildings at Charterhouse to provide a new Science block in exposed cross laminated Timber with Design Engine Architects and a new build exposed RC College for Digital Skills in Tottenham which lies over the Victoria line tunnels.
Kelly is a champion of sketching within the firm and runs a research group, in collaboration with City University, into engineered timber innovations. Kelly sits on the editorial board for the New Steel Construction Magazine, and the British Constructional Steel Association’s monthly publication.