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Ronan Carlin

Structural Engineer

MEng

Ronan studied Civil Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast and graduated top of his class in 2015, winning the Institution of Civil Engineer’s Student Prize. Throughout university, he completed a number of Civil and Structural Engineering placements for Consulting and Contracting firms in Northern Ireland. This has equipped him with a sound knowledge of the field of structural and civil engineering. At university, Ronan was also a member of a design team for the 2015 Concrete Centre Student Design Competition; the team was ranked first place in the UK.

Ronan has carried out detailed structural design for a range of structures including buildings, bridges and geotechnical structures. Furthermore, he has been involved in Due Diligence reports for Contractors, investigating issues such as site access, craneage and temporary works requirements.

Ronan is also active in the local and national engineering institutions. He is a current member of the ICE Graduates and Students Committee, was a finalist for the IStructE Graduates and Students Papers competition in 2014 and was awarded a commendation for the IStructe Kenneth Severn Award in 2016.

In his spare time, Ronan enjoys listening to and producing electronic dance music