David is an AABC accredited architect and is responsible for the secular historic and museum projects undertaken by the Practice. This includes experience managing frameworks for English Heritage, CADW and Cheshire East Council, The National Gallery and National Maritime Museum.
He has the ability to see simple solutions to complex projects; and the ordered and organised approach to navigate the often complex approval process, personalities and politics that can surround them. This has contributed to the completion of many successful Heritage Lottery Funded projects and applications, often in very sensitive buildings and landscapes.
His application of expertise in conservation architecture is born in a very pragmatic and open application, which has proved beneficial when delivering projects involving listed buildings outside the heritage sector. Maintaining, and often improving the significance of, a listed building to add value to a development, a project is the result of his years of experience and the manner in which he applies it.
David’s involvement and experience is of particular benefit during the early stages of a project, when opportunities can be maximised through his creative and thorough approach. He firmly believes that enjoyable projects usually turn out to be the best projects.