Chetan is the Managing Director of Parmarbrook, providing overall leadership, vision and culture for the practice.
Guiding the management and delivery of Parmarbrook’s projects, Chetan remains passionate about a design led process and adopts a hands on approach with core projects; whether it is sketching through designs at concept stage, walking sites or detailed design reviews, he always aims to deliver the most intelligent and efficient structural solution.
Chetan has been at the forefront of many major building projects for over thirty years, both within the UK and internationally, facilitating strong relationships with leading clients and architects. A number of notable projects include 20 Fenchurch Street, Bank of America HQ, DEFRA HQ, and Tesco’s biggest ever development at Woolwich Central.
With a particular focus on large mixed-use developments and office schemes, Chetan is spearheading the practice’s expansion into international markets.
Parmarbrook was co-founded by Chetan in 2011 after several years as a Director at global consultancies; Halcrow Yolles and Waterman Group.
Steve is an accomplished chartered engineer who has worked on a large number of varied and complex projects during his 15 year career. He has an extensive track record working on education, residential and commercial developments in both London and Edinburgh.
Steve has an enquiring mind, taking an extremely proactive approach to creating opportunities and developing relationships with design team members.
In 2018 Steve joined the steering committee of Young Entrepreneurs in Property – YEP, a networking organisation that provides a voice for the future leaders of the industry.
Ben is a creative and experienced chartered Engineer with 20 years’ experience working for central London design consultancies. He has worked on a variety of projects which involved complex basement construction and major mixed-use schemes with blue chip clients. He has an ability to unlock projects and complex sites, using the broad and varied experience gained over his 20 year career.
Ben is responsible for design quality across the studio, ensuring a consistent and high level outcome is met on all projects; whilst also delivering timely engineering solutions in line with demanding construction programmes.
Ben is passionate about engineering and the difference it can make to the built environment. Recent experiences have included in depth analysis and delivery of off-site manufactured buildings, carbon reduction through intelligent specification and building design automation.
Bens route into engineering was technical drawing, which he learnt while studying at Marling Grammar School and a design office in the 1990’s, he has developed and built on these detail based skills over the last 20 years and uses this experience to provide technical design support to the studio project teams.
Outside the studio Ben has a young family, which keeps him busy. Spare time is spent on the golf course, in his camper van or wearing a pair of ski’s, depending on the season.
Danielle has over 14 years experience in construction marketing, having worked at Waterman Group for several years before joining Parmarbrook in 2014.
Danielle is responsible for the development and delivery of the strategic marketing plans at Parmarbrook. As well as raising the profile of the company to the industry, she also manages the production of all marketing material and bid proposals.
Rob possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in technical delivery.
Prior to joining Parmarbrook, Rob held a 16 year-tenure Associate Director position where he successfully managed project teams on a range of developments, both new build and refurbishment. With 29 years’ experience across residential, education and mixed-use sectors, Rob is dedicated to delivering high quality design and solutions to clients.
Claire joined Parmarbrook in 2020 and has since led a variety of projects, including Broxbourne school, Kitchener Barracks and 100 De Beauvoir Block.
Claire is passionate about sustainable design and the benefits modern methods of construction can bring. Her wealth of experience in the use of timber and hybrid structures has already encouragingly impacted the company. She enjoys solving technical problems using first principles with refined analytical tools to develop effective and efficient structual solutions.
Claire started her career in New Zealand before moving to the UK in 2014. In 2018 Claire was part of the female-led design team delivering Cambridge Mosque, with Marks Barfield Architects, a landmark timber building designed with Glulam and CLT.
Constantin is a professional structural engineer with experience around the UK and internationally, including in Hong Kong and Romania. He’s skilled in project management, design management and structural engineering, including structural analysis and design – as well as technical reviews and guidance.
He’s led project teams to deliver on education, public service, energy, airport, and underground transport related projects, including the Victoria Underground station upgrade, Heathrow Airport Terminal 2B and the Hong Kong International Airport Midfield Concourse.
He has considerable practice in detailed structural analysis and volumetric construction after designing two of the largest modular towers in the UK; Mapleton Crescent, Wandsworth, and Addiscombe Grove, Croydon.
King can provide clients with a broad range of services in civil engineering including drainage, flood risk, sustainable drainage system, highways, public realm, car parking and utilities infrastructure. He is experienced civil engineering and can deliver projects from the feasibility to construction, and completion both in the private and public sector including design, tenders, contracts and site supervision. King is responsible for delivering highway and infrastructure projects ranging from large scale residential / educational developments, water treatment works and railway infrastructure to small car park designs and building drainage remedial works.
Andy has a wealth of experience gained from working on major building and civil engineering projects in both the private and public sector for consultants, contractors and more recently in development.
Andy was previously Operations Director of Clarke Bond and is a Fellow of both the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Structural Engineers.
Laura is a talented design engineer with a broad range of interests and experience across the built environment. She has worked on larger residential schemes and commercial buildings which take in both new build and historic refurbishment structures. Laura is passionate about sustainable design, from material selection to passive house design. She also believes in innovation, its importance for the future and how it can shape a better world for future generations.
Simon has over 25 years experience as a CAD technician and in recent years adopted software platforms such as the AutoDesk Building Design Suite – his expertise in Revit Structures has led him to model signature developments with construction values up to £250m.
Most recently Simon has been developing and leading on BIM models for a variety of Design and Build projects.
Alex joined Pamarbrook in 2015 and has worked on projects varying in size and complexity; from high end single dwellings to large 25ha heavily contaminated sites.
Alex has recently completed a high end residential scheme at Little Chester Street with Squire and Partners; which provides four separate townhouses with double storey basements in Belgravia.
James began his career working on the iconic Walmer Yard development by Peter Salter and delivering numerous high end residential dwellings.
More recently, James has worked on larger residential schemes, commercial buildings, schools and theatres which take in both new build and historic refurbishment structures, on green field and complex urban sites.
James is currently working with multiple brand occupiers to deliver Cat A refurbishments to their London Office Space.