BA (Hons), MSc (UCL), Dip Arch
Jim began his career as an Assistant Planning Technician before going on to work as a Senior Architectural Technician for several Architectural practices in Belfast, gaining several years experience on a range of building types.
Jim then went on to study Architecture at Kingston University and at this time also completed an MSc in the History of Modern Architecture at the University College London.
Prior to joining A&Q Jim worked as Project Architect on an extensive range of projects in the residential, mixed-use, commercial, cultural and office sectors. He was made Associate Director of Fitroy Robinson International in 1994 where he managed the Hungarian Office.
Jim joined A&Q Partnership in 2003 and has worked as Project Architect on several large scale mix use and residential schemes to include the Royal Arsenal Woolwich which forms part of the largest regeneration scheme in Europe. He is currently working on the restoration and conservation of the Royal Arsenal Woolwich listed buildings and Kidbrooke Village.
Jim has an excellent and in depth knowledge of construction and specification writing and has successfully delivered several highly pressured projects that have required effective solutions to complex design issues.