Sabe is an associate at CampbellReith and joined the practice in January 2002 as a Graduate Engineer. He has 17 years of extensive experience in the building industry.
After graduating, he started working for Marlows Timber Engineering as a Design Engineer where he gained valuable experience designing timber framed structure. Sabe joined CampbellReith and has been responsible for the design of a wide variety of new builds and refurbishment projects delivered through traditional design and build and partnering contract forms.
The major projects he has been involved with include the £125m redevelopment of Canterbury College, started in 2004, the £7m new extension and refurbishment of The Beaney Museum in Canterbury, dated from 1896 or the £100 million Euro Grandstand development at the Curragh racecourse in Ireland. Besides, Sabe has extensive experience in education projects, including the £9m Central Sussex College, £22m Harris Academy Beckenham and £12m Barnet and Southgate College Colindale Campus.