About Gregor Harvie
Architect and project management consultant
Dr Gregor Harvie RIBA is an architect and project management consultant. He has a PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and has published research papers on fabric structures, environmental design and CFD. As well as an impressive academic record, Gregor has had the practical experience of working for multi-disciplinary practices: the PSA, WS Atkins and WYG.
Gregor was the technical trouble-shooter for the government agency which managed the design and construction of the Millennium Dome. More recently, Gregor acted as client representative for a major masterplanning exercise to rationalise building facilities on 200 acres of estate for the University of Southampton.
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