Jolene Liam

Jolene has worked across a broad range of Studio Egret West’s architectural and urban design led schemes since she joined in 2015.

Most recently, she has been working on Erith Primary School, a new circular 3-storey school building surrounded by a series of formal and informal play areas along with underground parking and drop-off facilities. The designated BIM lead for this structurally challenging form, Jolene is overseeing the coordination and production of Stage 4 information and management of the 3D model.

She is a key team member for High Road West, a mixed-use regeneration of North Tottenham including 2,500 homes, shops and workspaces, a new library, a refurbished Grange Community Hub, and a Community Theatre and Media and Arts Centre. As part of this project, Jolene has led development of new workflows using Revit and BIM; this software is not traditionally used for urban design schemes of such a large scale, and thus new ways of using the programmes had to be designed as part of SEW’s research and design initiatives.

Jolene assisted to develop the detail design of the Phase 1 townhouses of the East Wick and Sweetwater masterplan, and worked with sustainability consultants to ensure the project meets its aspirations of becoming one the most sustainable communities in the UK.


Jolene completed her masters degree at the University of Westminster.