RIAI registered architect with over 20 years’ experience in the construction & design sectors. Drawing on qualification and training in both architecture and architectural technology, Brian has delivered projects from initial client briefings, through concept design, planning permission, tender documentation and specification to construction and handover, over a variety of sectors and scales. Amassing a sound knowledge of Conservation, building regulations, BC(A)R, construction methods and project management.
Brian qualified as an Architectural Technologist from Cork Institute of Technology in 1999 and began working in Frank Murphy and Partners in September 2000 to 2003 when he moved to New Zealand & Australia. While in Australia, he worked for Briggs Paterson Buhr, a large practice based in Brisbane on predominantly education projects. On returning to Ireland, Brian returned to Frank Murphy & Partners working on large scale, prestigious projects such as St. Lukes Nursing Home extensions and new Education Centre; the Redemptorist Monastery restoration in Limerick; Havisham House conservation and restoration; Garryhankard House conservation and restoration and several bespoke one-off dwellings.
In 2013 Brian completed the Architects Register Admissions Examination and became a registered Architect. Brian has gone on to become practice director when Frank Murphy & Partners changed company status to FMP Architects.
Brian is also an Architect accredited in conservation at Grade III having completed the RIAI Conservation Induction Module in 2019. Brian is currently preparing for Grade II submission and certification.
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RIAI registered architect with over 20 years’ experience in the construction & design sectors. Drawing […]