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Tony Goff

BEng (Hons) CEng MICE

Director

 

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Tony has over 25 years Civil Engineering experience including infrastructure, drainage, pavements, highways and civil structures.  Tony has design and leadership skills demonstrated on a broad span of project types from initial masterplanning to detailed design and supervision

Qualifications - BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering; Chartered Engineer

Memberships - Member of Institution of Civil Engineers

 

7 Engineering Consultancy - Director 2010 - 

Buro Happold - Associate Director, 2002 - 2010.  Responsible for leading the Infrastructure and highways group for Buro Happold

Department for International Development (DFID) - Government Engineer, 2000 - 2002. Seconded to the Government of Montserrat, West Indies as Government Engineer to provide technical and managerial experience in rebuilding the infrastructure of the island after the volcanic crisis.  Responsible for design, implementation and supervision of all highway, bridge, structural and civil works carried out by the Public Works Department including managing the engineering division, direct labour force and mechanical workshop.

MLM Consulting Engineers - Senior Engineer, 1997 - 2000.  Civil, structural and highway design for a range of projects including water and sewage treatment facilities, residential and industrial developments

Suffolk Country Council - Graduate Engineer, 1991 -1997.  Highway design, bridge design and site supervision for a range of schemes including major urban and rural highways, bridge design and public transport initiatives

 

Significant project experience

White Hart Lane Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, London

Tony is working on the design of the enabling works for the new stadium including highways works, utilities diversions and outside broadcast facilities as a sub-consultant to Buro Happold.

Harrow School Sports and Science buildings

7 Engineering is working with Momentum structural engineers on the design of new science and sports buildings together with associated drainage and highways works.  7 engineering is undertaking the design of the new roads for the buildings and working with Momentum on the foul and surface water drainage design including public sewer diversions.

Emirates Stadium, Arsenal Football Club, London

A 60,000 seat stadium contained within a compact previously developed site. The project required significant service diversions including a 1.5m diameter Thames sewer, development of drainage and carparking for the stadium and modifications to the surrounding streets.  Tony was lead civil engineer for the design of highways, civil and infrastructure works for the construction of the stadium during his time with Buro Happold

London 2012 Olympic Stadium

Buro Happold is working as part of the design and build team lead by Sir Robert McAlpine to develop the London 2012 Olympic Stadium with a capacity of 80,000 spectators for the Games.  Tony had responsibility for leading Buro Happold's civil engineering design of the stadium and surrounds including earthworks, drainage and paved areas.

Aviva Stadium, Dublin

The redevelopment of Dublin's Lansdowne Road Stadium to provide a new 50,000 seat stadium on the site of the existing stadium.  Tony was responsible for leading the team responsible for all civil and infrastructure design for the redevelopment while working for Buro Happold.

Queen Margaret University College - Re:Locate project, Edinburgh

The design and construction of a new sustainable university campus on the outskirts of Edinburgh opened in 2007.  Tony was responsible for Buro Happold's civil, infrastructure and highway design for the campus from masterplanning to construction. The design includes extensive sustainable urban drainage (SUDS) measures including ponds, swales and porous surfaces to attenuate storm water runoff.

 BAA Terminal 3 Pier 6, London Heathrow

This project was for the design and construction of a new 280m long pier to provide new gateroom facilities for the next generation of larger aircraft including the Airbus A380 following demolition of the existing pier.  Tony's role for Buro Happold was as lead civil engineer and team leader for the design of the civil and infrastructure works for the pier within the working airport.