Dip Arch, B Arch Sc, Dip Prog Mgmt, ARB, RIAI
David joined Scott Tallon Walker Architects in 1992 following a number of years working in the UK. David’s first role within the practice was as project architect on the new Civic Offices at Wood Quay in Dublin.
David has built up considerable experience working on various Higher Education / Further Education projects including Dublin City University, University College Cork, Dundalk Institute of Technology and MediaLabEurope (in association with MIT). David was also responsible for prestigious headquarter office developments for McCann FitzGerald Solicitors, one of Irelands leading legal practices, and the Commissioners of Irish Lights: a body responsible for providing and maintaining aids to navigation at sea around the Irish Coast.
David is currently working on another highly specialised project with the Irish Aviation Authority: a new Air Traffic Control Tower for Dublin Airport. He is also working on a masterplan for Ireland’s national energy provider, the ESB, at Leopardstown, County Dublin, and a new Library extension for the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
Riverside One: Headquarters for McCann FitzGerald Solicitors
Irish Lights: Headquarters for the Commissioners of Irish Lights
University College Cork: Information Technology Building
Dublin City University: Library and Information Resource Centre
BMW Showroom for Frank Keane.