NEIL STANAWAY BEng (Hons) CEng MIStructE
Neil has considerable experience in structural engineering design and analysis, having worked as a project engineer on many construction schemes, using both major and specialist construction methods and materials. His office-based experience includes multi-storey steel and timber-frame buildings, bridge assessments and computational analysis of complex structures.
Having obtained an Honours Degree in Civil Engineering from Surrey University in June 1989, which included a year-long period of industrial training, Neil joined Archibald Shaw as a Graduate Engineer.
In January 1990 Neil commenced a three-year period of supervised practical training under the Institution of Structural Engineers sponsored training scheme, whilst developing his practical structural engineering skills in many forms of construction.
He passed the Institute of Structural Engineers Part 3 examination at the first attempt in April 1994, becoming a Chartered Engineer in October of that year.
Since becoming Chartered Neil has continued to gain varied and comprehensive experience of structural engineering, working on numerous projects including Canary Wharf main tower roof structure, the construction of three new private hospitals at Goring, Haywards Heath and Chichester, a new sports centre at Bognor Regis and a major learning resource centre at Chichester College of Arts, Science & Technology. He has worked on schools projects of a considerable range of value from minor works to new build contracts of up to £20m, many for West Sussex County Council.
- BEng (Hons ) Civil Engineering
- Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers