Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology

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Stuart Allan

Stuart became an associate of the practice in 2002 and was accredited in Conservation Architecture in 2009. He has a passion for modern contemporary design within historic settings and was recently the project Architect for the multi-award-winning Chapel of St Albert the Great.

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Julie Barklie

Julie joined Simpson & Brown in January 2012 shortly before qualifying as an architect. From March 2012 until November 2015, she has been the project architect for Lews Castle in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. Julie has also assisted with a number of residential projects and a feasibility study for a converted steading project in Perthshire.

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Eleanor Egan

Eleanor first joined Simpson & Brown in 1996 whilst a student and returned in 2003. She became an Associate of the practice in 2004 and was accredited in Conservation Architecture in 2009. Eleanor leads a team of six, working on a wide variety of projects including works to private houses, churches, heritage projects, commercial buildings, quinquennial reports and condition inspections.

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Rick Gallie

Rick joined Simpson & Brown in 2002. He has worked on various historic buildings including Acheson House on Edinburgh’s Canongate, 28-30 The Close in Newcastle, Elvaston Castle in Derbyshire, Barnbougle Castle outside Edinburgh and at Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond. This experience has allowed him to achieve RIAS accreditation in building conservation at advanced level.

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Andy Halford

Andy joined Simpson & Brown in 2006 to develop his interest in conservation architecture and the design of new, innovative buildings. Andy successfully completed his Part III qualification in 2014.

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Liz Jones

Liz studied Archaeology at Sheffield University and has an MA in Museum Studies from Newcastle University, where she specialised in Heritage Education and Interpretation. Liz has over 20 years’ experience in archaeology and has been based in Scotland since 2001. She joined Addyman Archaeology in 2015 and works as Team Coordinator as well as undertaking desk-based assessments, community archaeology projects and managing publications.

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Ewan Lawson

Ewan studied Architecture in Aberdeen, joining Simpson & Brown in 2002 as a student. He qualified in 2009 and has been Project Architect in a wide range of conservation and new build projects. Ewan is an Accredited Conservation Architect.

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Scott Lindsay

Scott graduated with a first-class honours degree from the University of Dundee. He has a particular interest and experience of cultural sector projects in new and historic settings and he believes design is made more creative within the constraints and context of the historic environment. Scott holds AABC Accreditation and RIAS Accreditation in Conservation Architecture at the highest level.

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Neil McDonald

Neil joined Simpson & Brown in 2007. He studied architecture at Edinburgh University and remotely at Oxford Brookes University, where he received a diploma with overall merit in 2013. In 2015 Neil registered with the ARB as a qualified architect following Part III accreditation. He was appointed an Associate of the practice in 2017.

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Kenny MacFadyen

Kenny trained in Botany at the University of Glasgow before going on to join Addyman Associates in 1999, a practice with extensive expertise in archaeology, building and landscape survey. He is the in-house specialist for archaeological recording and digitisation.

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Jenni Morrison

Having studied at both Glasgow and Oxford universities, Jenni has extensive experience of archaeological projects across the UK, from major excavations to historic building recording and publications.

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Dawn Nicoll

Dawn studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, and initially joined Simpson & Brown as a student in 2011. Since returning to the practice in 2014, she has qualified as an architect and became an Associate in 2018.

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Catriona O'Neill

Catriona studied at Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Edinburgh where she achieved her BA degree and postgraduate MArch in Architecture with Distinction. She joined Simpson & Brown in 2013 and is an ARB registered Architect. Catriona became an Associate of the practice in 2018. She was named ‘Young Architect of the Year’ at the Scottish Design Awards 2020.

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Jenny Phillips

Jenny joined Simpson & Brown in September 2007. She has a broad experience working on sensitive designs within both urban and rural environments. She went on to complete her qualifications with the practice, becoming a qualified Architect in March 2010.

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Adrian Roberts

Adrian trained at Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen. He worked in Glasgow for two years before joining Simpson & Brown in 1999. He is a member of the Architects Registration Board, Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and The Royal Institute of British Architects.

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Bill Simpson

Bill joined Simpson & Brown in March 2019 having previously worked for a small practice in Aberdeen for over 11 years. Bill’s interest in the existing built environment and its context is one that he developed while studying at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, also in Aberdeen, and then expanded as he moved into his professional career during a Part I placement in rural Northumberland.

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Liz Simpson

Liz trained at the Bartlett School of Architecture and completed her masters at Edinburgh University in 2006. Liz joined Simpson & Brown in 2006 and has since worked on a wide ranging selection of projects both conservation and new build. She became an Associate in 2012.

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Nicholas Uglow

Nicholas joined Simpson & Brown in 2009. He has considerable experience researching, writing and producing conservation plans and heritage documents of all kinds for buildings and designed-landscape sites across Britain. He was made an Associate in 2016 and leads the Heritage Consultancy Team. Nicholas studied at the University of Edinburgh.

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