Consultants

Herbert E Browne, Consultant, BSc, MSc, MS, CEng, AIStructE, MICE, MASCE, PE

In 1975, Herbert achieved his Bachelor's degree in Aeronautical Engineering. In 1976, he obtained his Master's degree in Air Transport Engineering. A second Master's degree in Structural Engineering followed in 1983. He is a former director of Consulting Engineers Partnership Ltd. and has extensive experience on educational, healthcare, residential, institutional, industrial and commercial projects. His specific interests include the assessment of wind loads on structures.


Education:
Bachelor of Science (Aeronautical Engineering) - Queen Mary College, University of London, UK, in 1975.
Master of Science (Air Transport Engineering) - Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK, in 1976.
Master of Science (Structural Engineering) - Columbia University, USA, in 1983

Professional Qualifications
Licensed Professional Engineer - USA
Chartered Engineer
Member - Institution of Civil Engineers (UK)
Associate Member - Institution of Structural Engineers (UK)
Member - American Society of Civil Engineers

Projects
Central Bank of Barbados Recital Hall
National Insurance Headquarters, Barbados
Life of Barbados Headquarters
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Phase I
Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago Auditorium
British High Commission, Barbados
New Police Station at Hastings, Barbados


Tony Gibbs, Consultant, FREng FRSA BSc DCT(Leeds) CEng FIStructE FICE FBAPE FASCE FRICS HonTTIA

After graduating from Queen's University in 1961, Tony joined Norman & Dawbarn (architects & engineers). In 1962, he joined Ove Arup & Partners (consulting engineers) and remained with them until 1965, before joining Caribbean Construction Company in Jamaica as a site engineer. He then became an Associate and (latterly) Partner and (latterly) Director in charge of the Barbados office (1965-96). He is Chairman (1969-present) of the Wind Loads Code Committee, Council of Caribbean Engineering Organizations (CCEO), and Director (2000-2004) of the American Association of Wind Engineering. He was also Chairman (1998-2006) of the Advisory Committee (to the Minister) on the establishment of the Barbados Building Standards Authority.


Education:
The Queen's University of Belfast - Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1961
The University of Leeds - postgraduate Diploma in Concrete Technology, 1964

Professional Qualifications
Registered Professional Engineer - Barbados
Chartered Engineer
Fellow and Past President of the Barbados Association of Professional Engineers
Fellow - Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago
Fellow - Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Fellow and Past Vice President - Institution of Structural Engineers (UK)
Fellow - Institution of Civil Engineers (UK)
Fellow - Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (UK)
Fellow - Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (UK)
Fellow - American Society of Civil Engineers

Awards
Caribbean ICON in Science, Technology & Innovation of the National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (Trinidad & Tobago) in 2010.
Sasakawa Award for Disaster Reduction from the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, in 2007.
Lewis Kent Award for "Services to Structural Engineering and to the Institution of Structural Engineers", in 2003.
Award of "Career of Excellence in Engineering" from the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad & Tobago, in 1998.
International Award "For Your Very Significant Contributions to Hurricane Loss Reduction and Hurricane Safety in the Caribbean" at the US National Hurricane Conference, in 1991.
Award "In Recognition of Your Contribution to the Advancement and Promotion of Structural Engineering in the Caribbean" from the Barbados Association of Professional Engineers, in 1991.


Anthony C T Farrell, Consultant, MSc, CEng, FAPE, FICE, FIStructE

Anthony graduated in 1965 with upper 2nd Class Honours in Civil Engineering, after which he joined Consulting Engineers Partnership Limited (CEP) and has been a Director of CEP since 1974. He has worked on many major projects such as the offices of the Central Bank and Ministry of Finance, Trinidad & Tobago. He maintains a special interest in Earthquake Engineering and in Computer Aided Design and Draughting (CADD). He is the past Chairman of the Caribbean Division of the Institution of Structural Engineers, and he has worked on the design of many types of structures including bridges, marine structures and tall buildings.


Education:
Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering) with upper 2nd Class Honours - University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad, WI, in 1965.
Master of Science (Structural Engineering) with distinction - University of Leeds, UK, in 1970.

Professional Qualifications
Chartered Engineer
Fellow and Past President of the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad & Tobago (APETT)
Fellow - Institution of Civil Engineers (UK)
Fellow - Institution of Structural Engineers (UK)
Member - Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (USA)
Member - American Concrete Institute
Member - American Institute of Steel Construction

Awards / Projects
In 2005, Career of Excellence from APETT.
In 2010, Keith Eaton International Award from IStructE.
Several projects in Port of Spain for the Ministry of Education.
Offices for RBTT in St Clair, Princes Town and in Grenada.
Nicholas Tower, Trinidad.
NFM 25,000 tonne Silos, Trinidad.
Queen's Hall Refurbishment, Trinidad.