03 APR 2017

New Associate Director to expand Civil and Structural Engineering team at BakerHicks

BakerHicks, the specialist design and engineering business, has appointed Mark Renshaw as associate director to head up its Civil and Structural Engineering team in London. Mark has spent the past ten years delivering a range of RIBA award-winning projects in London and the South East.

Mark has worked across a broad spectrum of new build, development and refurbishment projects, often involving complex and specialist architecture, materials and designs. His expertise spans both the Public and Private Sectors; from state-of-the-art schools to high-end residential developments, including the multi award-winning Alfriston School swimming pool and Princess Square residential development projects, and the similarly award-winning Thompson House, noted for its innovative material use.

He also has proven expertise in the design of basements, structural glass and temporary works projects, and has played a key role in a number of projects involving high-profile listed and historic buildings.

Commenting on his appointment, Mark said:

“I am excited by the opportunity of building on the company’s existing design and engineering expertise and using my skills to help diversify into new areas. Since re-branding to BakerHicks, there is an exciting conversation to be had with new and potential customers about the specialist services we provide, and the construction methods we support, across a broad range of projects.”

Andy Gotts, director of civil and structural engineering at BakerHicks added: 

“BakerHicks continues to invest in best-in-class talent, and Mark’s skills complement those of the existing team. His appointment signals our commitment to growing our engineering consultancy team, which works successfully with architects, end-user clients, developers and contractors to design and deliver award-winning projects.”

Prior to joining BakerHicks, Mark was an associate at Elliott Wood Partnership, having joined as an Engineer in 2006. He has a particular passion for sustainability and has been a member of numerous panels and groups, including the Institution of Structural Engineers Sustainable Construction Panel.