Luke Walters

Luke Walters

MEng (Hons)

Senior Engineer

Luke Walters has a first-class Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds. After graduating in 2013, he worked for Jacobs Engineering Consultants, designing HVAC and mechanical services using technical engineering software on several projects.

Among these were refurbishments at Hackney Town Hall and Stansted Airport; a new further education wing at the Colchester Institute; and the design of key mechanical services on the proposed new Western Rail Link to Heathrow.

Luke joined Skelly & Couch in 2015. He is currently completing work on the design of a new temple building and associated landscape for the spiritual organisation, White Eagle Lodge in Hampshire .He is contributing to the transformation of Twickenham Riverside, which provides a contextual mixed-use scheme featuring at least 50 per cent affordable housing along with a major new public space and town square.

His environmental design solutions for a development at 305A Kingsland Road, Hackney, involve the demolition of an existing building and construction of three floors of flexible working space and six floors of co-living accommodation; while another notable co-living project in west London is for Women’s Pioneer Housing.

Luke is also working on a major mixed-use development in the centre of Maidenhead for HUB Group, comprising 519 homes, a new 5,200m² office building, car parking, 3,400m² of shops and leisure and a vibrant new public space. In 2017, he completed a masterplan project for Hill House, a £20m refurbishment of an existing landmark building in Archway, north London, transforming a former 1970s office block into 150 energy-efficient flats.