Judith is highly experienced civil engineer with particular expertise in the design and delivery of smart and sustainable built environment. Her background is in major infrastructure projects, having worked on Heathrow Terminal 5, the Channel Tunnel Rail link, and the London 2012 Olympic Park. She holds a Master’s in Engineering for Sustainable Development from the University of Cambridge, where her research won her the Cambridge University Sustainability Leadership Award for Innovation. She is highly regarded for her expertise in sustainable regeneration. She is a past commissioner to the Milton Keynes 2050 where championed a vison for sustainable and inclusive growth for the city.
Judith is the Director responsible for the practice infrastructure and sustainability master planning projects. Following on from her work on the London Olympics, she led the delivery of the sustainability strategy for the Rio 2016 Olympic Park and subsequently advised the City of Sao Paulo on a 4000 home social housing development on brownfield land. Most recently she has been working with the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, the largest regeneration project in the UK, on setting standards for health and wellbeing metrics.