Billie Bonham


BEng (Hons)

Billie is an experienced civil engineer with a wealth of project experience. She worked on a number of large mixed-use developments in London, including the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme masterplan and a number of large residential developments in Wembley. Her experience spans a wide range of sectors from education to residential. 

Her interest in civil engineering stems from her passion for maths and her knack for calculus. When she was 17, one of her maths teachers introduced her to the practical applications of mathematics in the world of engineering, and from that moment on, she never looked back.

During her studies, Billie completed a 1-year placement in Malaysia at Brunsfield’s office in Kuala Lumpur where she worked alongside their international team, before graduating from Loughborough University with a dissertation on ‘Emergency Sanitation: Superstructures’

In 2022, her determination to have a positive impact on the world brought her to Rwanda where she, along with a team of volunteers led by charity Bridges to Prosperity, designed and helped build a suspended bridge providing safe connection for the communities in the district of Muza.

Her love for maths extends beyond her professional life. She has been actively involved in providing GCSE Maths tutoring sessions to young individuals affiliated with the Cardinal Hume Centre helping them launch their career. In her free time, Billie volunteers at St Joseph’s Hospice working with a bereavement service in Islington to help local community members with processing their grief.