Nicholas Stockley

Nicholas is a chartered structural engineer with 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. He joined CampbellReith in 2005 as Senior Engineer and was promoted to Partner in 2014. During his time within the industry he has delivered a variety of new build and refurbishment projects in the industrial, retail, educational, and residential sectors, many of which are located in London’s congested city centre.


Large basements have been a significant feature of Nicholas’ projects, largely driven by the spiralling land costs within London. An example of this would be Access Wandsworth, a three-storey deep basement covering 5,500 m2 and the largest basement constructed within London that year.


More recent projects include the refurbishment and vertical extension of Walsingham House in the Trinity Square Conservation Area in central London; City University, a £60m hall of residence for students, with associated sports facilities, and 2 New Square, a £20m refurbishment of an existing 1980s steel frame building.


Nicholas is a father of two young children and during his spare time he takes part in a range of sports, including cycling and skiing, as well as timeout in Dorset to enjoy water sports: windsurfing and sailing.