Hamilton Architects of Belfast and London have appointed six new members of staff to our 48-strong staff team of designers and technologists.
Andrew McKee, who graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Architectural Technology and Management from Ulster University, will work as a technologist on a range of diverse projects in the education and health sectors.
Ryan Cuthbertson, a BSc and MA graduate from Liverpool John Moores University has 3 years’ post graduate experience in the residential, healthcare and transport sectors. He will be working as a Project Architect on new healthcare and education schemes.
Senior Architect Emma Murtagh, a QUB alumni, has 10 years’ post graduate experience in the residential, office, retail and education sectors in practices across Northern Ireland. She will be working on major education sector projects, currently Christ Church Canterbury University.
Andrew Molloy PhD already has extensive experience in the conservation and heritage arena, as well as many domestic, commercial and public sector projects. He joins Hamilton as Project Architect on a range of important conservation schemes.
Lucy Ashe joins the team as Senior Architect after gaining 13 years’ post graduate experience with practices in London and Northern Ireland, delivering projects in the aviation, mixed use commercial and high-end residential sectors. Lucy will be working with new high profile projects in the education and conservation sectors.
Mark Priestley, Project Architect, has over 20 years’ experience with some of Northern Ireland’s leading practices on a variety of large-scale health, education, retail and residential projects throughout GB and Ireland. Mark’s role is to head up teams delivering large scale education, health and commercial projects.