Engineer BEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE
Since joining Heyne Tillett Steel in April 2008 Kelly has worked as project engineer on a number of schemes. These include Windsor, a £50M new build steel frame commercial and residential scheme, with a large, 100m x 100m undercroft basement (HLM Architects), a new RC framed school building for Highgate school (ORMS Architects) with exposed concrete soffits, and a new six-storey plus basement RC framed apart-hotel building on Turnmill Street, Farringdon (Marldon D&B).
Kelly has also been project engineer on the refurbishment of a 1911 RC framed office building on Bedford Street (Buckley Gray Yeoman) and a new 145m long foot-bridge within a new gallery to the Science Museum (Universal Design Studio).
Kelly is currently working on extensive alterations within the Grade II listed Cumberland hotel which also encompasses the entrance to Marble Arch Underground Station (LRP), two new RC framed residential blocks over a basement and ground floor cinema complex in Camden (21stArchitecture) and the re-development of Thames Wharf, Hammersmith to provide two new RC framed residential blocks over site wide basement car park, including the refurbishment of several existing wharf buildings (Rogers Stirk Harbour).
After graduating from Leeds University Kelly started working for BWB consulting in their Leeds office, where she gained experience in a wide range of structural materials including steel, concrete and masonry. Kelly became a Chartered member of the IStructE in 2012 and in 2015 was made an associate.