With an interest in complex sites, Andy enjoys the challenges associated with inner-city locations, with listed buildings, and on projects with extended specialist design teams such as in the performing arts sector, sports facilities and higher education. Always aiming to design buildings that look clean and simple, where the engineering seems inevitable, he is skilled in interpreting what an architect or client actually wants and seeing how that might be delivered in reality.
He places a lot of importance on producing durable designs and quite often within his work the structural materials such as the brick, stone, concrete, steel or timber will be left exposed, and his careful approach to detailing is key in achieving longevity and quality.
Andy is a member of The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the IStructE History Group.
He is a keen cyclist and has ridden the 1,500km Cycle to MIPIM twice in support of Coram, a charity raising vital funds for vulnerable children.
Andy joined Price & Myers in 1996, became an Associate in 1999 and Partner in 2006.
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