Lee Earl has extensive experience in the structural design and analysis of a broad range of building types, from residential towers and world-class sports venues to contemporary arts spaces and high-end mixed-use complexes. Working closely with project teams, he brings strong technical skills and creative thinking to all his projects. Lee’s work includes structures for mixed-use, masterplan developments of various scales, such as nine towers in London’s 23-acre Wood Wharf and several projects in the King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Lee has a number of high profile projects in the U.K., Europe and Middle East within his portfolio. These include Arter Contemporary Art Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey, and Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium and the Galleria at Al Maryah Island, both in the United Arab Emirates.
MEng., Civil Engineering, University of Plymouth
Lee strives to provide integrated structural solutions that are economical, efficient and elegant, without compromising design intent.