Cameron Bailey joined MASS’s Kigali Office in February 2019 as a Senior Associate Structural Engineer to support the structures team in all aspects of technical design and site supervision. He is currently acting as the lead engineer on the second and third phases of the Rwanda Institute of Conservation Agriculture and overseeing the design of the Ellen DeGeneres Campus of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund.
Before joining MASS, Cameron worked for eight years at Structure Workshop, where he worked with many of London’s up-and-coming architects and artists. Key projects include Homerton Dining Hall, an ambitious new building for a Cambridge College, and Paradigm by Conrad Shawcross, a monumental sculpture located at the new Francis Crick Institute in Kings Cross. He became a Chartered Member of the Institute of Structural Engineers in 2014.