Ronald Yee

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Senior Lecturer - Architecture

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Ronald Yee is a Senior Lecturer in Unit 22 of the MArch Architecture course at London South Bank University.  Before joining the University, Ronald taught part-time at Central St Martin's – University of the
Arts; Brighton University; Sheffield University; and Canterbury School of Architecture. Ronald has also been a visiting critic at Technical University Delft, Leeds University and Aberdeen University.

In private practice Ronald is the Principal of Yee Associates: architect and designer which specialises in the aesthetic design of civil engineering and transportation projects. Prior to forming Yee Associates in 1992, Ronald was a partner in the practice John Pardey + Ronald Yee Architects which enjoyed a number of design competition successes between 1987 and 1991.

Ronald's completed landmark bridge projects include:- Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong (1997); Pont Vasco da Gama, Portugal (1998); Rama 8 Bridge, Bangkok (2002); Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Causeway Bridge, Bahrain (2003); Bhumibol Bridges, Bangkok (2006); N25 River Suir Bridge, Waterford (2009); His completed tunnel projects include:- Refurbishment of the Blackwall Tunnel -Northbound, London (1993); Dublin Port Tunnel, Ireland (2006); A3 Hindhead Tunnels, Surrey (2010); Limerick Tunnel, Ireland (2008).

His completed railway projects include:- Taiwan High Speed Rail, Taiwan (2006); East London Line Project, London (2011).

His current bridge projects include:- Escravos River Bridge, Forcados River Bridge and Bonny River Bridge, Nigeria; N25 River Barrow Bridge – Newross Bypass PPP, Ireland; Palau Raggu Bridge, Brunei; M4 Corridor around Newport - River Usk Bridge, South Wales;

His current tunnel projects include:- Silvertown Tunnel, East London; Current railway projects include:- Bybanen Flyplassvegan Birkelandsskiftet Feature Bridge, Bergen – Norway;

Ronald is a Senior Lecturer for Unit 22 of the Architecture PgDip Course at LSBU.  He has also co-led two architectural field trips to Cuba for the University.

Ronald is an elected Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and is registered with the Architects Registration Board.

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