Fraser Godfrey


Fraser Godfrey

MEng DipArch MICE


Fraser has worked on a range of structural and civil engineering projects, with a particular involvement in the rail sector and listed buildings.

Fraser was the project engineer for a refurbishment of a Grade II* listed manor house at Southall for the London Borough of Ealing.

He was also the project engineer for a visitor enhancement project at Stonehenge within the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

He also designed structural alterations and repairs to St Katharine’s Church near Regents Park, where the spires have been damaged as a result of corroded ironwork.

Fraser is also responsible for managing Alan Baxter’s rail sector health and safety policies and undertaking the firm’s annual Achilles RISQS audit.