Hannah has been working in the engineering industry for over 10 years. She started as a Project Engineer with CampbellReith in 2006, and was promoted to Associate after she became a chartered engineer in 2011.
At CampbellReith she has worked on a variety of projects in commercial, retail, education, residential and health sectors. In recent years, Hannah has focused on healthcare sector projects working on Lewisham Hospital Urgent Care Centre, and more recently on the new Proton Beam Therapy Cancer Treatment Centre with University College London Hospital. She enjoys the challenge of working with these specialist centres.
Other recent projects have involved student accommodation schemes with Royal College of Music and in Mile End Road, a challenging site with the building positioned over the Central Line Tunnel.
Hannah assists the Structural Engineering team at CampbellReith and leads the in-house Chartership training programme. Outside of work she has a passion for baking, not letting a rejection from the Great British Bake off dampen her spirits. Hannah is also a member of a choir and enjoys getting involved with annual Crisis Square Mile charity run in London as part of team CampbellReith.