Harry Hunter

BEng (Hons)

Graduate Civil Engineer

As a graduate engineer in the infrastructure team, Harry has been involved in the three disciplines of Highway, Drainage & Transport engineering. He has completed outline through to the full design of private and adaptable drainage systems for S98, S102, S104 and S185 agreements incorporating SuDS through the use of MicroDrainage WinDes. As a highway and transport engineer, he has designed highways, from initial development access plans through to full highway design for S98, S228 & S278 agreements.

Harry is competent in the use of AutoCad,  AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoTrack, MicroDrainage WinDes, ARCADY, PICADY and PDS. He also has skills in report writing, having written Transport and Flood Risk Assessments for several residential developments in the south west. He has also studied managerial skills which have enabled him to become a better team member and to take the lead when required or necessary, along with improving organisational and problem-solving skills. Harry is currently working towards becoming an incorporated member of the institution of Civil Engineers.

"This is a great team within which to stretch my confidence and produce a high standard of work for our key clients. I am able to add experience of Design & Build as well as furthering knowledge of Developer Procurements. "

Key Skills:

Highway Design & Modelling, Drainage Design & Modelling, Flood Risk Assessments, Sectional Agreements, Re-Engineering Soils, Earth Retaining Structures,  Sustainability & BREEAM, SuDS AutoCAD, Civil 3D, MicroDrainage & AutoTrack.


Development at Allington

McCarthy & Stone (selected projects)

Travelodge (selected projects)

Projects (Previous Experience)

Riverside Totnes, IOO unit residential development

Mawnan Smith, Full highway design for a 44 unit residential development.

Pinder Fashion, A new commercial building -lOOm from the sea

Exeter College Sports Holl, discharging surface water drain to a 15m deep culvert.

St Annes Well Exeter, Surface and foul water drainage for a basement gym conversion