Andrew Tullett

Andrew has over 20 years’ experience of working with some of the major UK companies and architects across a broad range of projects types and sizes.


Andrew is a chartered engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Structural Engineers and the Institution of Civil Engineers.


With a particular interest in the healthcare, research and commercial sectors, Andrew has been involved with many architecturally challenging refurbishment and new build projects. Many of his projects have involved deep basement construction and the development of constrained urban sites.


Andrew’s recent projects include the 300,000ft² Proton Beam Therapy Centre for University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, a 140,000ft² commercial development for Great Portland Estates in London’s West End, and an extension to the existing radiotherapy department at Peterborough City Hospital .


In his spare time Andrew is a keen scuba diver, diving regularly on England’s south coast, with the occasional trip further afield. He is an enthusiastic supporter of the England rugby union team and volunteers for the local Scout and Guide Association where he is responsible for overseeing property maintenance.