I graduated from the University of Malta in 2004 after reading a Bachelor of Architecture and Engineering (Hons. First Class). I then pursued a Masters in Structural Engineering at Imperial College London graduating with distinction, and later a Doctorate in Structural Engineering at the same university, graduating in 2009. For the next two years I was a Post-Doctorate Research Associate in steel structures at Imperial, where I was also involved in lecturing and mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students.
I am primarily involved in structural analysis and design. Through both analytical and numerical methods, I enjoy designing from first principles. I feel that my contribution to every project is in applying my skills in research and problem solving in order to realise projects which are beyond the limits of current design guidance.
During my time at DeMicoli & Associates, I have been involved in a wide variety of projects ranging from alterations and restoration of existing structures, to newly built luxury apartments and office development projects. Some of the projects include Portomaso Marina Suites, extension of Portomaso Level 22, Exalco and Frank Salt Office Developments, Mriehel Tower Park and Valletta Boutique Hotel.
My aim throughout my professional career has always been to improve the communication flow, not only with my colleagues, but also among clients, consultants and contractors.
I always strive to provide the client with the most structurally efficient solution, bearing in mind all building and financial constraints in delivering a successful and timely project.
Dance and music are my passions.