Kimberley is an Architect at Hawkins\Brown working within the transport and infrastructure sector. She is currently leading the Platforms and Tunnels area of Tottenham Court Road Crossrail Station which is due for completion in 2018.
She has experience in working at both design and construction stages and her project management abilities have been vital in the delivery of the GRC cladding panels used within the platform environment of the station. Kimberley has also lectured at universities and schools around the country on the design development and multi-disciplinary coordination she has been working on at Tottenham Court Road Station and the wider impact that good infrastructure design brings to society.
Prior to joining Hawkins\Brown, Kimberley worked on a variety of projects ranging from theatres to international masterplans. She enjoys problem solving and has gained experience in delivering projects that are challenging and innovative.
Kimberley completed her studies in Glasgow and London, gaining a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design from Strathclyde University. Her final thesis investigated reinstating a lost community based on self-sustaining resources and powered using local, naturally occurring bio-fuels.
As an avid explorer, Kimberley has successfully combined her passion of architecture with travel, previously working in award winning practices in Australia and Singapore. Here she gained a valuable insight into the contextual varieties of architecture and the art of detailing for diverse climates.
In her spare time Kimberley enjoys yoga and walking and has ambitions to one day climb Mount Kilimanjaro.