Paul heads our Edinburgh office. During his career he has designed, developed and completed a wide range of projects across all sectors, including cultural, education, retail, residential, commercial and health ranging from £20K to £150 million. He has particular experise in the heritage,cultural and musuem sectors.
He has the ability to take a project through all work stages from Client inception and feasibility to production information and site delivery, ensuring that any project maintains the intended design integrity through to completion and occupation.
Paul is currently Project Lead for the Burrell Renaissance project in Glasgow which includes alterations to the plan form, elevations and fabric of a Category A listed building widely regarded as of international significance. With his team Paul is also designing the £72m School of GeoSciences for the University of Edinburgh and most recently have won the new Collection Facility for The Nation Galleries of Scotland also in Edinburgh.
Paul has lectured at both the University of Edinburgh and Galsgow School of Arts
2015 RIBA East Midlands - Winner - Richard III Visitor Centre
2015 Outstanding New Tourism Project 2014: Winner - British Guild of Travel Writers
2014 RICS East - Winner - Ferry Meadow Watersports Centre
2012 Leicester Civic Award - Winner, Makers Yard, Grade II Listed building conversion
2010 Procon Leicestershire Small Building of the Year: Winner: Charnwood Primary School
2010 RICS Regional Awards Project of the Year: Winner: The Roundhouse, Derby
2008 Nottingham Creative Business Awards - Architecture, Urban & Interior Design: Winner
2007 Nottingham Evening Post Commercial Property Awards: Winner: BioCity Laurus Building
2015 - Present - Edinburgh Architectural Association committee member
2010 - 2012 - RIBA EAst Midlands Tresurer