BakerHicks has appointed Mark Renshaw as associate director to head up its Civil and Structural Engineering Team in London. Mark has spent the past ten years delivering a range of RIBA award-winning projects in London and the South East. Mark has worked across a broad spectrum of new build, development and refurbishment projects, often involving complex and specialist architecture, materials and designs. His expertise spans both the public and private sectors; from state-of-the-art schools to high-end residential developments, including the multi award-winning Alfriston School swimming pool and Princess Square residential development projects, and the similarly award-winning Thompson House, noted for its innovative material use. He also has proven expertise in the design of basements, structural glass and temporary works projects, and has played a key role in a number of projects involving high-profile listed and historic buildings. Prior to joining BakerHicks, Mark was an associate at Elliott Wood Partnership, having joined as an Engineer in 2006. He has a particular passion for sustainability and has been a member of numerous panels and groups, including the Institution of Structural Engineers Sustainable Construction Panel. BakerHicks was previously Morgan Sindall Professional Services.