Steve is a senior associate at dRMM. He contributes to a range of projects across the studio, with a particular interest in large-scale residential and mixed-use regeneration projects and masterplans for urban renewal. Steve has a keen interest in the environmental sustainability of projects and is a champion of engineered timber and innovative, sustainable approaches. Steve is currently leading the delivery of Charlton Workstack, a new model for low carbon high density light industrial space, constructed from CLT. Steve was the project leader and associate in charge of Trafalgar Place, the first phase of the Elephant and Castle regeneration comprising 235 homes of mixed tenure in a combination of townhouse and apartment typologies. Trafalgar Place was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2016. Steve has been involved in the realisation of the Sky campus masterplan in West London since 2013. He led the design and delivery of the Sky Health and Fitness Centre, a case study in building with sustainable timber, empowering the health and wellness of its users. Other projects realised or in the works for Sky include MSCP-I, a data centre and MSCP-II & logistics centre. He now contributes to a number of masterplan studies and developments working into established masterplans. He led dRMM’s study for the London Borough of Lambeth for a series of sites in central Brixton, studies for the local authority and prominent landowners in Milton Keynes, and several estate regeneration schemes in London. At dRMM, Steve is responsible for the continual improvement and peer review forums, and contributes to various dRMM research projects. Alongside his practice, Steve presents dRMM’s projects and research internationally, including lectures across the UK, Norway and Estonia.