Jonathan Gammon is Technical Director of CH2M’s Tunnels and Earth Engineering Practice, which forms part of CH2M’s Global Project Services Group.
He is a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng, MICE) and Chartered Geologist (CGeol, FGS) with more than forty years of international construction experience working for consultants and contractors. A Member of the British Tunnelling Society, his engagement on projects extends from planning and concept design through to construction and maintenance.
Jonathan’s experience encompasses the specification and implementation of instrumentation and monitoring, together with the acquisition, management and interpretation of data from both temporary and permanent works and its integration into the AGS Data Format and BIM.
He was Design Manager and Resident Engineer for West Rail in Hong Kong and Sub-Surface Design Manager for the Reference Design of Dublin Metro North in Ireland. His experience in London includes Crossrail, Thameslink (Blackfriars Station Redevelopment), Tideway Tunnels, and the Northern Line Extension (for which he was the Expert Witness, Engineering at the Public Inquiry). He was Design Project Manager for the Bond Street Station Upgrade in Central London before working for more than two years on Phase One of the High Speed Two (HS2) railway between London and Birmingham.
In 2010, Jonathan was responsible for introducing an annual international Instrumentation & Monitoring event to the Workshop and Conference Calendar in London and will again be Conference Chairman in late March 2017.
He is currently a member of the Senate Committee for the Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS), Chairman of the UK Branch Committee for the Institution of Professional Engineers, New Zealand (IPENZ), and Deputy Chairman of the UK Chapter Committee for the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).Go Back