Cameron Hughes, Arup
Cameron Hughes
geotechnical engineer

Cameron is a chartered geotechnical engineer in the London geotechnics group at Arup. Cameron has most recently been based in Lima, Peru, as a geotechnical specialist supporting the Peruvian government in the delivery of river flood defences across the country. Since joining Arup, Cameron has worked on the geotechnical design, management and construction support of a number of basement and infrastructure projects across the UK and South America. These have included the Gull Wing Bridge in Lowestoft, and various complex basements and foundation schemes across London. Cameron has a keen interest in sustainable development in ground engineering, promoting its adoption by co-authoring the sustainability chapter of the recently revised ICE Manual of Geotechnical Engineering, authoring a GE article on sustainable development, and co-authoring Arup’s ground engineering sustainable development strategy. Cameron is a chartered civil engineer and a UK registered ground engineering professional.