Graham Coult is the Technical Director of Eckersley O’Callaghan and has been working with glass for over 20 years. It is the creativity that is involved in this relatively new branch of structural engineering that has provided constant engineering challenges that continues to provide interest.
Gregor is an Associate at Eckersley O’Callaghan having joined as a structural engineer focusing on glass, timber, and performance based seismic design. Growing up working in a glass blowing studio, Gregor eventually combined his interest in glass and his studies in engineering by writing his thesis on the subject of hyperbolic glass shell structures.
Lisa is a Senior Associate at Eckersley O’Callaghan having joined in 2013 to lead many of the facade group’s most challenging projects. Lisa has the responsibility of directing EOC’s R&D efforts globally, focusing on innovative glass designs and technology which maintain EOC’s position as leaders in the field, but also identifying new fields of research including a variety of materials and novel analysis approaches.
Naomi Schlösser has always been fascinated by the built environment. She therefore started with a bachelor’s in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences at Delft University of Technology. Her desire to learn more about engineering resulted in the choice to complete a master’s degree in Building Engineering, also at Delft University of Technology. She currently works as a structural engineer at Eckersley O’Callaghan to combine her passion for design and engineering.