Meet The Team

 Dr. Sauer & Partners offers the opportunity for a rewarding and varied career. Meet some of the team below:

Petr
Petr

"I love working with Dr. Sauer & Partners to create underground spaces for the benefit of our society"

Petr joined Dr. Sauer & Partners in 2011 and has worked on many projects since, most recently on Holborn Station Capacity Upgrade. Petr was recognised by NCE as Young Tunneller of the Year 2014 for his innovation and success demonstrated through his work on Crossrail Farringdon and with the ITAYM.

Brian
Brian

"The ethos at Dr. Sauer & Partners is "can do" and I really enjoy being a part of that."

Brian joined Dr. Sauer & Partners in London eight years ago and in that time has managed the design of three different projects, most recently assuming the role of Dr. Sauer & Partners' Project Manager at LU's Bank Station Capacity Upgrade project in the heart of the City of London.

Today he heads up the UK operation as Managing Director in London.

Karoline
Karoline

"I have the opportunity to work on monumental projects surrounded by highly skilled colleagues and managers."

Karoline initially started with Dr. Sauer & Partners in 2008 as an intern in the London office, before returning permanently in 2011. She was involved in Crossrail contracts C305 and C435, in the preconstruction phase and then as a member of the Site Supervision Team.

Franz
Franz

"The people I get to work with are just as impressive as the work we do."

Franz began his permanent role in the Washington D.C. office of Dr. Sauer & Partners in 2013 after a summer internship. He enjoys the small company environment and being able to contribute and make a difference. He is currently involved in the Eglinton Crosstown Project in Toronto.

Bethan
Bethan

"I like that Dr. Sauer & Partners present what is best for the project and client. The company also does a great barbecue!"

Bethan joined the London offices of Dr. Sauer & Partners in 2013, working in the team charged with designing the SCL structures for the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade. She quickly progressed to lead the team responsible for assessing LU's existing civil assets at Bank. 

Cate
Cate

"It's a real honour to be a part of this company."

Joining Dr. Sauer & Partners in London in 2013, Cate has worked on Crossrail's Farringdon station, LU's Bond Street Station Upgrade project and also the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade Project.

Laurence
Laurence

"I know that what I do matters and that I am valued."

Laurence started with the company in 2008 as a CAD Technician in London, leaving behind a teaching career. As his experience developed, he quickly progressed to holding the position of Senior Tunnel Engineer. Laurence was instrumental in our work on the Bank Station tender design and he now heads the engineering efforts on one of our leading London projects

Andreas
Andreas

"I enjoy being a part of the Dr. Sauer & Partners family!"

Andreas joined Dr. Sauer & Partners as an intern in 2007, and during his time with us has worked on a variety of diverse projects in Europe and North America. Now a Senior Tunnel Engineer he is working on the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade Project in Central London. 

Patrick
Patrick

"Joining Dr. Sauer & Partners has given me the opportunity to help create the Canada of tomorrow"

Patrick joined the Toronto office of Dr. Sauer and Partners in the summer of 2018, as a Support Tunnel Engineer working on the Eglinton Crosstown project. He enjoys the small company feel whilst at the same time having the opportunity to be involved in large scale international projects. Patrick looks forward to developing his career at Dr. Sauer & Partners working from the new Toronto office in the expanding Canadian market.

David
David

"I'm passionate about delivering solutions to today's most challenging projects; this is what led me to Dr. Sauer & Partners"

Based in the Toronto office, David joined Dr. Sauer & Partners in the autumn of 2018. He is enthusiastic about being a part of a team of renowned tunnelling specialists and looks forward to collaborating with the wider group. David is currently providing in-field support as a Tunnel Engineer on the Eglinton Crosstown Project in Toronto.