BA (Hons), Dip Arch, Dip EEB, MRIAI, RIBA
Paul has also worked on a variety of sports, healthcare and office buildings. Paul is currently responsible for the redevelopment of Miesian Plaza, the former headquarters of the Bank of Ireland on Baggot Street. He is currently serving on the RIAI Sustainability Taskforce. committee.
Paul studied at Oxford Brookes University. Together with his architectural qualifications holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Efficient Building. After completing his studies, Paul worked in London for eight years on a variety of projects. These ranged from large scale high end residential buildings to forty storey mixed use tower developments, all with complex planning issues.
Paul joined Scott Tallon Walker in 2007 and was promoted to Associate in 2015. Since joining the practice he has worked on Point Village, a 100,000m² mixed used development in the Dublin Docklands comprising of hotel, office and shopping accommodation, all designed around a new public space, Point Square. He has worked on several projects for UCD, including master planning, campus refurbishment and The Ulysses Centre, a new James Joyce museum to be located in Newman House on St. Stephen’s Green.