Gavin White



Gavin has more than 12 years of experience as a structural engineer.

He has worked in many sectors including education, residential, heritage and commercial. Gavin has led projects of all types from multi-million pound new build developments to refurbishment of historic buildings. He has designed in all mainstream construction materials and has expertise in timber engineering. 

Gavin leads the timber engineering within Ramboll UK. He has managed and advised on the construction of over 50 timber buildings ranging from museums to conference centres. He has written papers and presented internationally on the subject. Gavin also has responsibility for the Ramboll Schools Sector, coordinating and facilitating our activities across Ramboll UK. Gavin has worked on over 20 school projects of varying size and complexity.

Gavin was NCE/ACE Young Consultant of the Year 2014.

Gavin White

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