Caitlin Marley is a Chartered Structural Engineer and is Rendel’s Market Sector Leader for Nuclear and Energy. With over 18 years of experience as a practising civil and structural engineer she has developed her technical, management and leadership skills in a variety of project-based roles covering heavy civil engineering, maritime structures, immersed tube tunnels, bridge superstructures and substructures, and industrial buildings for the nuclear industry.
Caitlin’s early experience in Australia included design work on two major Iron Ore Export Wharfs in the Pilbara (Western Australia) for BHP Billiton Iron Ore and Rio Tinto Expansion Projects. In 2007 Caitlin relocated to London to undertake her taught Masters in Advanced Structural Engineering at Imperial College London, and subsequently gained experience in bridge and industrial structures design. Since joining Rendel in 2013, Caitlin has been involved in a wide variety of projects including the Manchester Ship Canal vertical lift bridge, Femernbelt Immersed Tube Tunnel, Thames Tideway and the Shatin Immersed Tube Tunnel in Hong Kong. She undertook the role of Resident Site Engineer for the Sandy Bottom Ports Project in the Bahamas, and more recently has managed multi-disciplinary design teams for Contract C1 for the ALIGN JV on HS2. Since stepping into the role of Market Sector Leader for Nuclear and Energy, Caitlin has been leading the Rendel team working on the Hinkley Turbine Hall Building for BYLOR.