Hiep Pham

Hiep is a chartered structural engineer and is a member of The Institution of Structural Engineers with 10 years’ experience. He joined CampbellReith in January 2016 as a Senior Engineer and was promoted to Associate in August 2017. He has worked on a wide range of projects in and outside the UK including offices, residential, hotels, retail, and tall buildings. Hiep has extensive experience in concrete structures and in the use of advanced finite element analysis software for the design of multi-storey buildings.


Since joining CampbellReith, Hiep has been in involved in a number of challenging projects in both new build and refurbishment. His recently finished refurbishment project is Bush House North West Wing, an eleven storey building built in 1928. On new build projects, Hiep has recently worked on Wembley E03, a large residential development adjacent to Wembley Station in North London.


Hiep’s past projects in the UK include Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Phase 1 of Battersea Power Station and Southampton University BoldreWood Campus redevelopment.


Hiep is particularly interested in tall building structures. His previous experience in tall buildings includes projects in Middle East and China. He is also interested in earthquake engineering and structural dynamics.  


Outside of work, Hiep is a keen tennis player. He also likes travelling and photography.