Cameron O’Brien works as a design engineer within D2E’s Façade Access team. Since joining D2E in 2015, Cameron has been involved in some of London biggest developments. His main focus at D2E is to provide Clients with well thought out and robust façade access design solutions.
Cameron's notable project involvement includes;
- One Sherwood Street, London - 70 St Mary Axe, London - South Quay Plaza 4, London - Marble Arch Place, London - HYLO, London - Axis Square, Birmingham - Battersea Power Station, London - London Dock, London
Cameron joined the façade access team at D2E after completing his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Portsmouth University.
As part of his degree, Cameron studied Solid Mechanics, Thermofluids, Engineering Mathematics and Computer Aided Engineering. Cameron was involved in a new research project into the latest possibilities and current limitations of using additive manufacturing technology for short-run injection moulding tools. This project involved the use of many CAD and FEA simulation packages.
Since 2018, Cameron has been undertaking a distance learning MSc course in Construction Project Management.
He looks to continuously develop his health and safety knowledge by completing 50+ RoSPA accredited Human Focus Health and Safety modules