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Ioannis Barmpopoulos

Ioannis Barmpopoulos

Associate

National Technical University of Athens, MEng Civil and Structural Engineering, 2004
Imperial College London, MSc Soil Mechanics and Engineering Seismology, 2006
Chartered Engineer, 2010

UK Registered Ground Engineering Specialist, 2015
Member, Institution of Civil Engineers
Member, Technical Chamber of Greece
Member, British Geotechnical Association
Member, International Society of Rock Mechanics
Member, International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering

Ioannis is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 10 years experience in the construction industry.  Ioannis has worked for both contractors and consultants on a wide variety of large geotechnical engineering projects in the transportation and maritime sectors within the United Kingdom and overseas, including countries of high seismicity, with lead roles in the design of underground stations, highway extensions, port terminals and railway embankments. Ioannis’ experience covers the design and construction of heavy civil engineering works and ground engineering applications, including ground investigation, earthworks, shallow and deep foundations, ground improvement, earth retaining structures, embankments and slopes.

Ioannis has used the knowledge he has gained working in both the contracting and consulting sides of the industry to advise solicitors, insurers, owners and contractors on a variety of disputes.  Ioannis has acted as the Expert and prepared CPR-compliant reports for submission in court, arbitration and adjudication proceedings.

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