Thomas HillDirector MEng(Hons) CEng FIStructE
Tom joined Mann Williams in 2004 after graduating from The University of Bath, where his ethos of collaborative, integrated working was shaped.
To date, Tom has worked on projects ranging from contemporary new-builds to historic structures including Grade A, (NI), I & II* listed properties and Scheduled Monuments. Clients have included Cadw, NIEA, National Trust, Natural England and English Heritage, to name but a few. A number of his projects have won numerous regional and national awards, including the RIBA Stirling Prize.
Currently Tom is involved in developing the dynamic appraisal of existing structures and the corresponding optimization of conservation, adaptation and remediation works. This innovative approach leads to tangible benefits considering the core conservation principles of minimal intervention, reversibility and retention of historic fabric.
With all this expertise, Tom is a visiting lecturer and tutor at the Welsh School of Architecture, delivering the department’s core structural engineering content to undergraduates. He also lectures on Conservation Engineering to the MSc in Sustainable Building Conservation.