DipArch, BArchSc, FRIAI, RIBA, ARB, Member of the Academy of Urbanism, RIAI accredited Conservation Architect
Bryan Roe is a director of Scott Tallon Walker Architects. He has completed projects to date with an aggregate value in excess of €1,000 million. Bryan continues to manage large, international multi-disciplinary teams, involving hundreds of designers, specialists and consultants, which requires skills including careful planning, robust procedures and excellent communication and collaboration skills.
Recently completed projects include the redevelopment of Pairc Ui Chaoimh, a 45,000 spectator stadium in Cork, Ireland, building on his success as director in charge of the multi-award-winning redevelopment of the 50,000 seater Aviva Stadium, in Dublin, Ireland. The stunning Aviva Stadium met and exceeded the expectations of the two different sporting organisations to which it is home, while also addressing the concerns of adjacent residential communities and the challenges of a constrained urban site bounded by a river and a live railway line.
In addition, Bryan has extensive experience in the delivery of large commercial projects, including a masterplan and phased construction of over 130,000sqm of office space in 34 buildings at Ireland’s largest and most successful business park, East Point, and many commercial buildings within The International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin’s docklands
In 2010 he established STW’s new office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Projects delivered include the new Sports Campus and College of Sports Science at King Saud University, Riyadh and projects for a range of major firms in fields as diverse as mobile communications, food processing and passenger railways.
Bryan’s current workload includes the new 72,000 sq.m. Blefast city centre campus for Ulster University.