Samer Muhandes Promoted to Associate Director
We’re thrilled to announced that Samer Muhandes has been promoted to Associate Director!
Samer is an experienced Chartered Civil engineer with more than eight years’ experience of drainage and SuDS design in both project and technical management roles. He has undertaken, led and managed extensive feasibility studies of highway, railway and airport infrastructure implementation including the detailed design, cost estimation, cost benefit analysis and hydraulic modelling of sustainable and traditional drainage systems. He has also taken team, project and bid management roles leading successful multi-disciplinary bids and managing cost, programme and quality of infrastructure projects.
Samer is passionate about sustainability and is committed to pushing SuDS on every scheme where possible, one of his highlights is his work on the award-winning ‘Eastcote Town Centre’ scheme as well as his innovative SQLs that helped develop an integrated hydraulic model of the Haringey catchment. On the Clarendon Road project, Samer redesigned the drainage systems saving the client six months construction programme and £200,000 in costs.
Academically, not only is he pursuing a PhD at Imperial College London on Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) but Samer is an invited lecturer at Imperial College London and has delivered several lectures on Sustainable Drainage Systems, Innovation in Civil Engineering, Hydrology and Hydraulics, etc.
A charted member of Institution of Civil Engineers and internationally recognised in his field, we couldn’t be happier with his next step in his career.