Angeliki Grammatikopoulou, Geotechnical Consulting Group
Angeliki Grammatikopoulou
senior partner
Geotechnical Consulting Group

Angeliki Grammatikopoulou, Senior Partner, Geotechnical Consulting Group
Dipl. Eng., MSc, PhD, DIC, CEng, FICE
Dr Angeliki Grammatikopoulou is a Senior Partner of the Geotechnical Consulting Group (GCG) and a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (FICE), with more than 20 years’ experience in academia and industry. Her research work at Imperial College focused on the development and implementation of constitutive models for stiff clays, which have subsequently been applied in both academia and practice. Since joining GCG in 2004 she has specialised in soil characterisation, advanced constitutive modelling and its application in the numerical analysis of complex geotechnical structures, including onshore and offshore foundations, deep excavations, tunnels and dams. Dr Grammatikopoulou has worked on prestigious commercial and infrastructure projects in the UK and abroad. Her offshore work includes the analysis of foundations for numerous offshore wind farms in the North and Irish Sea. She has extensive experience of tunnel and building damage assessments; examples of her work include the Phase 3 building damage assessments of the heritage buildings affected by the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade, including the Grade 1 listed Mansion House of George Dance and St Mary Abchurch of Christopher Wren. In recent years she has been working extensively on mine waste disposal. Dr Grammatikopoulou has published numerous journal and conference publications on her work and has delivered evening and keynote lectures. She acts as a reviewer for journal publications and has been a steering committee member of several research projects.