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STW General brochure 2013

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General Practice Profile covering main sectors, Health, Higher education, Science, Commercial, Sports & Leisure and Residential

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    • Scott Tallon Walker ArchitectsSelected Practice Profile
    • Contents04 Practice Statement 74 Commercial05 Introduction - Working with Scott Tallon Walker 82 Residential06 Project Locations & Partnering 86 Hotel, Leisure & Retail07 International Experience 90 Conservation & Restoration08 Services 94 Industrial & Car Parking11 Sustainability 98 Sport & Event Design13 Project Experience Overview 102 Interior Design14 Urban Design & Masterplanning 108 Awards24 Healthcare 112 Health & Safety36 Education 112 Quality Management System46 Science & Research 113 Practice Background58 Communication & Media 114 Practice Information64 Transport & Aviation68 Civic & Culturalwww.stwarchitects.com General Brochure 2012 08 23
    • Practice Statement Scott Tallon Walker is one of Europe’s leading architectural practices, and one of just a few to have been awarded the RIBA Gold Medal.4 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Introduction - Working with Scott Tallon WalkerDesign Philosophy Teamwork CompetitionsScott Tallon Walker’s growth and reputation since 1928 has derived The teamwork approach fostered by our experienced design team The practice has won a significant element of its workload throughfrom our policy of producing buildings of outstanding quality. They leaders ensures that the optimum outcome is delivered for clients. national and international competitions, such as the Civic Officesare consistently suitable for purpose and employ the best materials All team members are encouraged to engage in a dynamic and Dublin and the Air Traffic Control Tower for IAA.and construction techniques. Our approach to a commission is to forward thinking way in the design process. This collaborative modelestablish the most innovative design solution to our clients needs, ensures, we believe, that projects meet or exceed client expectation, Framework Partneringwith an all encompassing scheme design. We work closely with our that sustainability is embedded in the design from inception and We welcome the opportunity to establish framework partneringclients and team partners in a spirit of openness, to bring out the that flexibility, maintenance and future proofing are integrated fully relationships with long term clients. Our aim is to build and developmost positive and imaginative design solutions. within the project. a collaborative working relationship based on the principles of trust and integrity. Our collaborative model has proven highly successfulThe firm’s strength in delivering quality buildings is based on The reputation of the practice is such that a significant proportion and comprises four key elements:the calibre and commitment of our staff. We strive to attract the of our workload is either repeat work from existing clients, or one • combined leadershipbest qualified and most creative talent and over the years have off specialist facilities. This combination has given the practice aassembled a core team whose experience in all aspects of design unique breadth of experience. • common vision and mutual goalsand construction technology is unrivalled. • people and relationship development Design Build • system and processesCollaboration Scott Tallon Walker has extensive experience in building and workingWe have extensive experience in collaborative work with design successful design build relationships with contractors. The inclusion We actively seek to work with clients on this basis and selectfirms who have particular specialist experience. Recent successful of contracting in a collaborative partnering arrangement offers supply chain partners who wish to embark on long term, rewardingcollaborations include the Aviva Stadium with Populous Architects considerable advantages to all parties. relationships with STW.and the Tyndall National Institute with HDR.Scott Tallon Walker Architects 5
    • Project Locations & Partnering Reykjavik UK IRELAND Wroclaw Rotterdam Rouen Frankfurt Paris Nantes Nice Chicago Tarragona Marseilles New York Lisbon Göcek Fez Beirut Amman Bahrain Riyadh Abu Dhabi Jeddah Al Kharj Martinique Nicaragua Nairobi Lusaka Reunion Island6 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • International ExperienceThe Practice was founded in 1928 and the first building to achieveinternational recognition was the Irish Pavilion for the New York1939 World Fair.Our 60 year international experience has comprised collaborationwith local architects e.g. University in Lusaka with Erhard LorenzArchitects, new radio and television studios in Reykjavik withWilheimer Hjalmarasson, invited competitions such as the MEBCOBank in Beirut and the national radio and television studios for AbuDhabi.In recent times a network of collaborative partnering has extendedour international capability and resulted in new projects such as therecently completed GYP CYROI R&D incubator building in ReunionIsland in the Indian Ocean. The Irish Pavilion - New York (1939) CERIMED (Medical Imaging) - Hôpital de la Timone, MarseilleIn 2010 we commenced working in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, withBuro Happold, with whom we designed the King Saud UniversitySports Campus, and are now registered in Saudi Arabia, workingin association with Usamah M Al-Kurdi.Current International Collaborations include:Maisam Architects - Jordan, Abu DhabiPozzoni Architects - Manchester, UKYRM Architects - London, UKJDDK Architects - Newcastle, UKBuro Happold - Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaBouygues (D&B) - Marseille, FranceRGD Architects - Rouen, FranceMaap Medical Architects - London, UKHOK - UK & IrelandPopulous - UK & IrelandAecom - Bahrain, Qatar, UK, IrelandArch Center - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia King Saud University Sports Campus - Saudi Arabia GIP CYROI R&D and Incubator Building - Reunion IslandScott Tallon Walker Architects 7
    • ServicesUrban Design ArchitecturePoint Village, Dublin, Ireland PricewaterhouseCoopers Headquarters - Spencer Dock, Dublin, IrelandAll of the practice’s schemes are informed and shaped by our Urban Design section who draw from wide Scott Tallon Walker’s core activity is the design of buildings. It’s reputation is built on the delivery ofInternational experience and have completed a number of major Urban Design studies including Point exceptional design quality in virtually every general and specialist field of design. Experience includesVillage development in Dublin’s North Docklands. healthcare, commercial, education, scientific, residential, transport, communications, administration and many others.Masterplanning Interior DesignEast Point Business Park - Dublin, Ireland Enterprise Ireland office fit-out, IrelandWe prepare strategies that seek to maximise the site potential for development. We consider the The Scott Tallon Walker Interior Design Team combine imaginative design ides with colour, art andsurrounding context - physical, social and economic - working collaboratively with others, to provide vision practical use of space. Our approach is to not only integrate our interiors with the ethos and dynamicsthat can be delivered. Our masterplanning experience covers all development sectors, from small urban of our client, but equally with the potential of the building and its services.infill to large scale campuses. Eastpoint Business Park, for example, has been successfully transformedfrom dereliction in 1995 into a 200,000sqm highly attractive business location today.8 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Conservation Art in ArchitectureGate Theatre - Dublin, Ireland East Point Business Park - Dublin, IrelandIntense research and appropriate design and detail inform our approach to historic buildings. In particular One of the core principles of the practice is the integration of Art and Architecture. Close collaborationwe have established a reputation for sensitively combining the architecture of today with that of the past with a wide variety of emerging and established artists has enabled Scott Tallon Walker to produce aas illustrated in the Gate Theatre project above. We also have considerable experience of sensitively considerable number of projects that have been enriched and enhanced by the incorporation of art intoupgrading late 20th Century buildings to provide new uses and new energy performance. the working environment and into the wider public realm.Refurbishment SustainabilityDKIT School of Informatics & Creative Arts, Ireland Commissioners of Irish Lights Headquarters, Co. Dublin, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects have extensive experience of advising Clients in the appraisal of the benefits The promotion of sustainability and energy efficient buildings within our practice is one of the key principlesof refurbishment over new build or vice versa and also in comparing the merits of the different levels of of our philosophy and design approach. The realization of responsible, dynamic environmental designrefurbishment, both in vacant or live occupied building environments. Our successful completion of FAS is, we believe, central to the creation of healthy, uplifting buildings and environments that benefits us allTraining Centres illustrate this experience. as a global community.Scott Tallon Walker Architects 9
    • The firm embraces a wide range of challenges, which adds a rare breadth and depth to our expertise.10 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • SustainabilityOur Commitment Sustainable Design Through Collaboration Our ExpertiseThe promotion of sustainability and energy efficient buildings within Addressing sustainability can only be achieved by fostering close We deliver high quality design solutions while addressingour practice is one of the key principles of our philosophy and relationships between the client and key designers, ensuring an environmental challenges by fostering expertise in sustainabilitydesign approach. We believe the realisation of responsible, dynamic ethos of collaboration between all members of the design team and in the built environment. Scott Tallon Walker Architects offer a fullenvironmental design is central to the creation of healthy, uplifting an early engagement with specialists in construction management range of advice and experience in sustainable and environmentallybuildings and environments that benefit us all as a global community. and contractors. This process of collaboration and partnerships responsible design from brief to project completion with a specialistEveryone connected to the construction industry has a role to ensures that sustainability can be integrated into the design brief in-house group to review and enable sustainable design.ensure energy consumption and carbon emissions are reduced. As and all members of the design and construction team contributearchitects, we have a key position in leading this discussion, and their experience in delivering sustainable design solutions. In house expertise includes a skill base with credentials as LEEDworking with our clients to deliver exemplar projects. AP, BREEAM AP & Assessors. Our staff are also trained in Building Our Approach Information Modelling (BIM), a tool which can be harnessed to deliverWe believe sustainable design presents an opportunity to address We approach each project on an individual basis to ensure a low cost “Green Buildings”.social responsibility, not only in relation to materials and production dedicated environmental strategy is established to both maximisebut also regarding positive, social spaces encouraging intimacy energy efficiency and minimise the project’s overall environmental Scott Tallon Walker Architects are founding members of the Irishand community. impact. When establishing an environmental strategy, it is imperative Green Building Council and support initiatives such as the Carbon to gain a full understanding of the environmental factors that impact Trust in the United Kingdom which are independent experts with aOur objective in addressing sustainability is to create value within the on the local region in addition to the operational requirements mission to accelerate the move to a “low carbon economy”.built environment based on a holistic approach to social, economic of the project. Addressing these can not only benefit the localand climatic considerations. environment but can also aid in delivering reduced project and operational costs. This approach begins from the earliest inception stage where integrated design charettes are undertaken by dedicated sustainable design staff, in collaboration with the client and full design team, to identify key challenges and opportunities. Environmental challenges such as water reduction and more efficient use of energy are two of the key impacts for sustainable design in Saudi Arabia. Numerous solutions to reduce energy consumption in building processes already exist however reduced energy consumption can be achieved simply by designing and situating correctly the building in relation to the surrounding landscape and climate. Benchmarking Sustainability“A collaborative approach is based on developing the right “Through its sitting, mixed use and considered use of appropriaterelationship, one that is founded on trust and where challenging is not Sustainability goals set out during brief development and early technologies, this inner city building invigorates a difficult site andonly accepted but is expected, it is a relationship that enables people design stage can be developed against international environmental seamlessly integrates all aspects of sustainability on a wider socio-to face up to real difficulties openly, certain that the response will be one methodologies such as LEED & BREEAM. These methodologies economic scale. From re-use of an existing building, to the sourcingof helping to solve the problem together.” address wide-ranging environmental and sustainability issues and of local materials and the impact on the local community it serves as a model of well mannered urban redevelopment with solid environmental enables developers, designers and building managers to address concerns integrated into the design.” the key environmental impacts of the building and its ecological footprint. Office Development, Cork, Ireland - RIAI Best Sustainable Project Award 2010, RIAI Award Jury CitationScott Tallon Walker Architects 11
    • We have been breaking new ground, challenging conventions and developing innovative solutions for over 50 years with the aim of driving costs down and improving quality.12 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Project Experience OverviewRetail Interiors Education Car Parking Masterplan Commercial OfficesIndustrial Healthcare Business Park Civic Building Science & Research HQ OfficesHotel House Theatre Communication & Media Monument ReligiousResidential Library Stadium Tall Buildings Transport & Aviation Urban DesignScott Tallon Walker Architects 13
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningUrban Design & PlanningScott Tallon Walker Architects has over 50 years masterplanningexperience. Our projects include both green-field and urban;university, healthcare, science, technology and business campuses,as well as, residential and mixed-use communities. Some projectsinvolve a large soft landscape component, while others involve amore hierarchical urban public realm strategy.As development is part of an on-going process of evolution,masterplanning needs to provide flexibility for growth and changeover time, as well as meeting immediate needs. For example, since1960, we have produced a series of masterplanning strategies forthe RTE campus at Donnybrook, Dublin 4. These have allowedthe RTE organisation to grow and evolve, responding to changingtechnology and progressive work practices.As part of the masterplanning process, we consider the place beingcreated and how it will be used within a broader strategic context.This involves analysing and working with the physical surrounding,identifying potential uses and activities and their location, consideringmovement patterns and establishing infrastructure requirements.These are brought together within an overall planning frameworkbased on clear architectural, landscape and infrastructural principles,informed by economic and cultural values.We work closely with the Client team on identifying the short-,medium- and long term objectives which guide how themasterplanning strategy should be implemented. We prepare urbandesign guidelines on the overall form and structure of buildingsneeded to achieve the quality and character that delivers real andmeaningful places.We are very experienced at communicating ideas and proposals,as well as listening and working with our fellow professionals, toprovide the most appropriate workable strategy. As Design Teamleaders, we offer a holistic overall coordinated approach to the “City Quarter has achieved our expectations; it is fully let, is recognised as a seminal developmentmasterplanning process. for the development of Cork City, is well received by our tenants, the public and has already acted as a catalyst for further Dockland development in the city. The product is fantastic, a credit to all involved... You have set a new level for building design in Cork” - Howard Holdings Plc14 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningEast Point Business Park - Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland (1989-1998)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 15
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningPoint Village - Dublin, Ireland (2004-2010)16 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningIreland’s National Television & Radio Broadcaster (RTE) 2025 (current)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 17
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningRiverside Way Masterplan- Midleton18 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningWatersedge - MidletonWater Rock - MidletonScott Tallon Walker Architects 19
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningCobh Urban Design Feasibility Study - Cork, Ireland (2008-2009)20 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningSpencer Dock Masterplan - North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland (2005-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 21
    • Urban Design & MasterplanningSullivan’s Quay - Cork, Ireland (current)22 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Urban Design & Masterplanning Kinsale Harbour Development - Cork, Ireland (ongoing) Clearwater Business Park - Little Island, Cork, Ireland (2004-2005)Fassaroe - Bray, Co. Wicklow, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects 23
    • HealthcareHealthcare DesignScott Tallon Walker is an internationally recognised leader inhealthcare planning and design. Whether they are planners seekingout new methods by which they can perfect the functionality andefficiency of a building or designers who feel something stir insideof them each time they realise the true power of a great design, thestaff at Scott Tallon Walker are dedicated to enhancing the healingenvironment.Healthcare ConsultingScott Tallon Walker Healthcare is committed to helping our clientsmeet their goals for revenue, patient safety, patient and staffsatisfaction, and health outcomes by providing customised solutionsto facility planning, operational efficiency, capacity, workflow,and strategic planning challenges. We actively draw upon ourprofessional knowledge of and experience in healthcare to transformexceptional aspirations into reality for our clients.Our work reflects our unique insights into healing environments,complemented by expertise in patient and family-centred designand the application of state of the art, high performance, and costeffective technologies.Referee:Mr. Nicholas Jermyn, CEO St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group, ElmPark, Dublin 4, IrelandTel: +353 1 2904560Email: p.grenham@st-vincents.ie “...the result is an exceptionally clear building that is easy to like, with light filled generous space ... A complex masterplan was realised which harmonised and unified the existing hospital site which were carried out in their entirety which the existing hospital remained functional at all times.” RIAI Award Jury Citation, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Ireland, 200624 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • HealthcareMental Health FacilitiesCore issues to keep to the fore front of the design philosophy arethe therapeutic environment, cleanliness, aesthetics, security andsafety and sustainability. Scott Tallon Walker Architects believe thatthe design of successful Mental Health facilities should: • Promote staff efficiency by minimizing distance of necessary travel between frequently used spaces • Allow easy visual supervision of patients by limited staff. Nurse stations on inpatient units should be designed to provide maximum visibility of patient areas. • Include all needed spaces, but no redundant ones. This requires careful pre-design programming. Acute Psychiatry Facility - St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, National Forensic Mental Health Services (High Security Central Mental • For inpatient units, provide a central meeting area or living Ireland (1998-2003) Hospital) - Portrane, Co. Dublin room for staff and patients and provide smaller rooms where patients can visit with their families • Make efficient use of space by locating support spaces so that they may be shared by adjacent functional areas, and by making prudent use of multi-purpose spacesProjects that Scott Tallon Walker has designed for Mental Healthcareare: • National Forensic Mental Health Services (High Security Central Mental Hospital) • Intensive Care Psychiatric Unit Galway • Intensive Care Psychiatric Unit Cork • Intensive Care Psychiatric Unit Dublin St. Andrew’s Healthcare - Birmingham • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit Dublin • Elmount Unit, New Acute Psychiatry Facility at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, • St Andrew’s Healthcare, Dogpool Lane Birmingham (Medium Secure In-patient accommodation) • Stewart’s Adult and Adolescent Mental Health Hospital • Mater University Hospital Acute Psychiatric Unit Acute Psychiatic Unit - Mater University HospitalScott Tallon Walker Architects 25
    • Healthcare Breast Check Merrion Unit - St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (1998-2003) 120 Bed Ward Block - St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (2010-2012)550 Bed St. Vincent’s Hospital Redevelopment including Emergency Dept., Operating Theatres, ICH, Diagnostic Imaging, Pathology Services and Outpatients - St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (2002-2005)26 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Healthcare21 Bed Nursing Home for the Jesuit Order - Milltown, Dublin, Ireland (2005-2009)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 27
    • Healthcare260 Bed icl Operating Theatres, HDU, Diagnostic Imaging, Day Care & Consultants Examination Suites - St. Vincent’s Private Hospital, Ireland (2007-2010)28 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Healthcare260 Bed icl Operating Theatres, HDU, Diagnostic Imaging, Day Care & Consultants Examination Suites - St. Vincent’s Private Hospital, Ireland (2007-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 29
    • Healthcare700 Bed Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Redevelopment - Mater Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (1998-under construction) Masterplan - Mater Hospital, Dublin, Ireland30 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • HealthcarePrimary Healthcare Centre, including Radiology and Endoscopy support with integrated Pharmacy - Mitchelstown, Cork, Ireland (2006-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 31
    • Healthcare144 bed non acute Hospital / Hospice Facility - Curraheen Hospital, Cork, Ireland (2006-2011)32 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • HealthcarePaediatric Intensive Care Unit - Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin, Ireland (2011)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 33
    • HealthcareProton Beam Therapy Unit - UCLH, London, UK (2010-ongoing)Masterplan - St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Ireland (1998-2005) Masterplan - Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan, Ireland (2007) Hospital Universitari Joan XXIII De Tarragona - Spain (2010)34 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • HealthcareRoyal Maternity Hospital - Bahrain (2010-current) Kings College Hospital Development - Denmark Hill, London, UKBlackrock Clinic, Dublin, Ireland (ongoing) Proton Beam Therapy Centre - The Christie Hospital, Manchester, UKScott Tallon Walker Architects 35
    • EducationScott Tallon Walker has extensive experience of providing highereducation facilities with state of the art learning spaces for a widevariety of areas of study such as science, classics, creative, research,IT, sport, languages, libraries & resource centres. Our particularexpertise in the design and procurement of higher education buildingson long established and occupied campuses has resulted in manyclients offering repeat commissions over the years.When designing such facilities to provide stimulating, inspirationaland effective environments in which to learn, the typical issues thatwe address are: • Innovative, effective + enjoyable workspace • Cellular v. Open plan • Solitude v. Collaboration • Privacy v. Transparency • Fixed v flexible • Need v. Status • Business v. Education • Sustainable, low energy concepts • Assisting client develop utilisation strategies • Client + User involvement + engagement • Sense of community – minimising boundaries • Encouraging communication and collaboration • The role of social space • Flexible work practices • Post occupancy evaluation • Utilisation surveysIn Ireland the practice has been responsible for educational buildingsat each of the country’s higher education campus’ at Trinity CollegeDublin, University College Dublin, DCU, National University of IrelandGalway, National University of Ireland Cork, and many of the regionalInstitutes of Education.Referee: “....the project from the point of view of UCD has been an unequivocal success both in its design,Mr. Mark Poland, Buildings & Estates Officer, University College execution and in-use performance. Architecturally it is accepted that the building has made aCork, IrelandTel: +353 21 4902480 landmark addition to our campus.” J. Brennan, Buildings Officer, UCDEmail: mpoland@bldg.ucc.ie36 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • EducationO’Reilly Hall Aula Maxima - University College Dublin, Ireland (1992-1994)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 37
    • Education School of Engineering and University Industry Centre - University College Dublin, Ireland (1980-1989)Daedalus Building Microcomputing & Language Centre - University College Dublin, Ireland (1990-1997) Restaurant Building - University College Dublin, Ireland (1967-1970)Food Science Building - University College Dublin, Ireland (1997-1999) University Industry Centre - University College Dublin, Ireland (1983-1985)38 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • EducationIT Building - University College Cork, Ireland (1999-2009)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 39
    • Education Learning & Information Resource Centre - Dundalk Institute of Technology (1995-2001)School of Nursing and Health Studies - Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland (2002-2004)40 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • EducationSchool of Informatics & Creative Arts - Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland (2002-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 41
    • Education Science, Library and Arts Building - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland (1973-1978)Human Biology Building - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland (2006-under construction) School of Languages, Áras na Gaeilge - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland (1990-1993)Student Housing - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland (1991) Sport & Student Union Building - National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland (1997)42 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • EducationLibrary & Information Resource Centre - Dublin City University, Ireland (1995-2000) O’Reilly Institute - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (1986-1988)School of Computer Applications - Dublin City University, Ireland (1996-2001)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 43
    • EducationHumanities & Social Sciences Building - National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland (2007-2010) John Paul II Library - National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland (under construction)44 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Education 5G Innovation Centre - University of Surrey, UK Institute for Global Food Security - Queen’s University BelfastKing Saud University Sports Campus - Saudi Arabia (2010-current) Materials & Surface Science Institute - University of Limerick, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects 45
    • Science & ResearchScott Tallon Walker has been responsible for the design of numerousresearch facilities of international standing. We have developed anexpertise in the design of these technically demanding and preciseenvironments without losing sight that such facilities should beuplifting spaces in which to conduct research.There are many key issues that occur in the design of laboratoriesand our team have a specialised skill set that ensure delivery of adesign that is both versatile and flexible.We believe in creating an open research space which encourages theexchange of ideas and allows for multidiscipline research. Throughwell planned and innovative design techniques we promote theoptimum utilisation of space which interacts easily with commercialinterests.We also focus on the issues of safety in the laboratory environmentwhich is important in promoting the welfare of staff. Another majorconsideration in our approach to laboratory design is establishinglow energy and operation targets, as well as achieving a highBREEAM rating.Increasingly our clients from all sectors - HEI’s, corporate andgovernment institutes, require greater efficiency and versatility fromtheir research facilities whether existing or proposed, to respond toemerging trends in science and the way research is conducted.Referee:Prof. Roger Whatmore, CEO, Tyndall National Institute, UCC “ Chacun reconnaît aujourd’hui la grande qualité technique et architecturale du bâtiment : lesTel: +353 (0) 21 490 4000Email: roger.whatmore@tyndall.ie scientifiques qui occupent les locaux, mais aussi les nombreux visiteurs sont unanimes.” - Christian Meriau, Directeur du CYROI, St Denis de la Reunion , France46 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & ResearchTyndall National Institute Nano-technology Research Facility - University College Cork, Ireland (2006-2009)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 47
    • Science & ResearchPharmacy Building - University College Cork, Ireland (2002-2006)48 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & Research Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research - University College Dublin, Ireland (1999-2003)Biotechnology Building - University College Dublin, Ireland (1991-1993) Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research - University College Dublin, Ireland (1999-2003)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 49
    • Science & ResearchRadiopharmaceutical Production & Research Unit - Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, UK (2004-2009)50 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & ResearchRadiopharmaceutical Production Unit - Royal Preston Hospital, Lancashire, UK (2006-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 51
    • Science & ResearchGIP CYROI R&D and Incubator Building - Reunion Island (2008)52 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & ResearchNational Blood Centre - St. James’ Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (1997-1999)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 53
    • Science & ResearchEast End Masterplan, College of Pharmacy & Genetics - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (1993-1997)54 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & ResearchBiosciences Research Building - Campus de Mont-Saint-Aignan, Université de Rouen, France (current)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 55
    • Science & ResearchKing Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology (KAIN) - King Saud University, Riyadh56 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Science & Research National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology - Dublin City University, Ireland (2003-2008)CERIMED (European Centre of Research in Medical Imaging) - Hôpital de la Timone, Marseille, France (current) Erigal Radiopharmaceutical Production Unit & Imaging Unit - Keele University, Staffordshire, UK (2003-2005)Cyclotron - Arronax, Nantes, France (Competition) Human Biology Building - NUI Galway, Ireland (2006-under construction) Pathology Laboratory - St. Vincent’s University Hospital ‘...One of the best automated labs in the British Isles’ - Dr. Kieran Sheahan, Dept of HistopathologyScott Tallon Walker Architects 57
    • Communication & MediaScott Tallon Walker has the unique experience of having designedall the buildings for Ireland’s national broadcaster (Ireland’s RTE)throughout a fifty year period. The completion of the design stageof “Project 2025” for RTE in October 2009, a world class 50,000sq.m digital cross-media facility, is the latest stage in the ongoingdevelopment of Scott Tallon Walker’s experience in this field.We travel extensively to study international best practice andare thoroughly informed in the ever advancing environment ofcommunications technology. The expertise gained in relationto aspects such as digital broadcast technology, acoustics andsustainable servicing have been applied to the design of “Project2025”.This knowledge is added to the already significant experience indesigning highly complex projects such as the Shannon Air TrafficControl Centre, Dublin Airport Air Traffic Control Tower and thehighly innovative and sustainable Telecommunications NetworkManagement Centre for Ireland’s largest telecoms company, Eircom,which received an RIAI award.The cross-fertilisation of innovative engineering and excellence inarchitecture in each of these projects gives our practice a uniqueknowledge base to serve clients in the communications sector.Referee:Mr. Paul Silke, RTE, Nutley Lane, Donnybrook, Dublin 4Tel: +353 1 2082826Email: paul.silke@rte.ie58 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Communication & MediaEircom Network Management Centre - Dublin, Ireland (1997-1999, extended 2003)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 59
    • Communication & MediaTG4 - Irish Language Television Studios - Galway, Ireland (1995-1996, extended 2002)60 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Communication & MediaIreland’s National Television & Radio Broadcaster (RTE) - Programmes Building - Dublin, Ireland (1994-1999)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 61
    • Communication & Media Ireland’s National Television & Radio Broadcaster (RTE) - Masterplan - Dublin, IrelandIreland’s National Television & Radio Broadcaster (RTE) - Project 2025 - Dublin, Ireland (current)62 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Communication & Media RTE - Administration Building - Dublin (1965-1967) RTE - Restaurant - Dublin (1964-1965, extended 1997-1999)Ireland’s National Television & Radio Broadcaster (RTE) - Radio Centre - Dublin, Ireland (1967-1973) RTE - Television Building - Dublin (1960-1962, extended 1979,1990)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 63
    • Transport & AviationScott Tallon Walker’s involvement with transport related projects goesback as far as the 1940’s with the design and construction of Busáras,Dublin’s central bus station. Busáras when completed in 1953, wasone of the first post Second World War examples of the InternationalStyle in Europe, and was the first modern building to be constructedin Ireland’s capital city. Its modern approach to massing, form andmateriality attracted reviews and attention from all over Europe.The new Air Traffic Control Centre at Shannon, on Ireland’s westernseaboard, for the Irish Aviation Authority, vitally controls all air trafficover the Atlantic between North America and Europe. Recent projectsinclude the Air Traffic Control Towers for Ireland’s international airportsat Dublin and Cork again on behalf of the Irish Aviation Authority. Beingan island nation, it is essential that the most modern air transportationinfrastructure is in place.The new headquarters and workshop building for the Commissionersof Irish Lights includes facilities for the co-ordination and monitoringof all sea bound vessels around the coast of Ireland and the provisionand maintenance of marine aids to navigation.In 2001, Scott Tallon Walker was appointed as master planners andarchitects for the redevelopment of the existing regional airport at Lyddin Kent to the south east of London. The scheme remains a potentiallyviable project for future implementation. As part of the overall expansionof Dublin Airport, Scott Tallon Walker worked with private land owners,developers and the Dublin Airport Authority in development of a masterplan for the creation of a new airport terminal building, air side and landside freight handling facilities and related commercial development tothe west of the existing terminal complex, flanked to the north andsouth by the two parallel runways.Scott Tallon Walker were part of the team appointed by Alliance Texas,a Perot Company, in reviewing the development potential for “inlandports” at Shannon and Knock airports in Ireland, and Gdansk Airportin Poland. The consortium purchased 20 hectares of land abuttingthe runway at Knock Airport, and Scott Tallon Walker preparedinfrastructure and development Action Plans covering 10,000 sq.km foradoption by the Local Authority into its development plan for Mayo.Referee:Mr. Eugene McLernon, Aviation House, Hawkins Street, Dublin 2Tel: +353 1 6718655Email: eugene.mclernon@iaa.ie Air Traffic Control Tower - Dublin Airport, Ireland (2008-2009)64 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Transport & AviationCommissioners of Irish Lights - Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Co. Dublin, Ireland (2002-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 65
    • Transport & AviationAir Traffic Control Centre - Shannon Airport, Co. Clare, Ireland (1996-2000)66 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Transport & Aviation Air Traffic Control Tower - Cork Airport, Ireland (2008)SAR Railway Stations - Saudi Arabia Knock Airport Business Park - Co. Mayo, IrelandSAR Railway Stations - Saudi Arabia Busáras - Dublin, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects 67
    • Civic & CulturalScott Tallon Walker Architects have designed some of Ireland’s mostimportant civic and cultural buildings: from the National Theatre atthe Abbey, to the award winning Dublin City Council headquarters.The practice embraces and designs the broadest range of publicbuildings, including theatres, pavilions, monuments, civic offices,churches, stadia and community centres.We recognise the challenges associated with the design of civic andcultural buildings: the importance of issues such as transparency,accessibility, urban regeneration and the key role such projects takeas examplars in sustainability.We encourage and explore the shared relationship between Art andArchitecture. The practice has progressed a number of sculpture-ledpublic projects including two collaborations with the sculptor MichaelWarren: Tulach a’tSolais (The Mound of Light), a beautifully craftedmonument in a rural landscape; and a proposal to replace Nelson’sPillar in O’Connell Street, Dublin’s principal historic thoroughfare.Over the last 20 years, we have been responsible for themasterplanning of Dublin’s Gate Theatre buildings and have designeda series of building projects that encompass extensive works ofconservation, refurbishment and design enhancements. Each ofthese adaptive projects has been vital to the survival of the GateTheatre and to its continued artistic and commercial success.Referee:Marguerite Murphy, County Architect, Architects’s Department,P.O. Box 174, County Hall, Swords, Fingal, Co. DublinTel: +353 1 8905050Email: architects@fingalcoco.ie “The Gate’s architects, Scott Tallon Walker, evolved an inspired plan, which, at a stroke, resolved all these difficulties in a stunning new design that enhances not only the theatre but Parnell Square as a whole.” - Michael Colgan, Director, Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland68 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Civic & CulturalTulach a’ tSolais Memorial - Oulart Hill, Co. Wexford, Ireland (1996-1998)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 69
    • Civic & CulturalDepartment of the Environment Decentralised Offices - Wexford, Ireland (2007-1010)70 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Civic & CulturalFingal County Council, Civic Offices - Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland (2000-2005)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 71
    • Civic & CulturalEntrance Pavilion Dublin Zoo - Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland (1997-1999)72 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Civic & CulturalDublin City Council, Civic Offices - Woodquay, Dublin 2, Ireland (1992-1994)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 73
    • CommercialScott Tallon Walker have established a wealth of experience andhigh reputation in the design and delivery of commercial officedevelopments, covering headquarters buildings and campusdevelopments for national and international clients in a variety ofsectors including financial services, computer technology, legal andpublic sector agencies.This expertise has been established through a dedicated commercialdesign group within the Practice, which is constantly upgrading anddeveloping their skills to meet the demanding and changing needsof the commercial office sector.We meet these challenges thorough a dynamic, skilled and innovativeapproach to design with an emphasis on teamwork at every level,recognising and understanding the needs of clients to achieve theirbusiness objectives and goals and responding in a proactive andflexible manner in achieving these objectives.We incorporate the latest trends in commercial office design, with anintegrated approach from the outset to structure, building services,facades, sustainability and energy efficiency, cost economics, valueengineering and life cycle analysis. We benchmark our performance inthese key areas against Construction Consultants Key PerformanceIndicators which maintains our focus on the delivery of a qualityproduct and service to our clients.We see the critical objective in this process as being the creationof a building design which combines best practice and commercialviability. This is achieved through the pursuit of design excellenceand innovation, the provision of a dynamic, attractive and flexibleworking environment for employees and all users, maximisinguse of natural day-lighting, sustainability both in construction anduse, overall efficiency and the creation of a high quality workingenvironment. We apply this objective equally to all our commercialprojects, whether they be for the large corporate headquarters orfor a small scale commercial fitout. In each case, the client and theirneeds are of equal importance.Our approach to design excellence extends to our design ofcommercial interiors, which are innovative and inspiring with anemphasis on the creation of an appealing and motivating workingenvironment. We strive for a sense of identity and activity in the “It was very important to us in embarking on this project that we would end up with not just acreation of healthy, comfortable and flexible working environments,integrated with the design of the building fabric. landmark building but also one which would be practical in terms of its functionality and designScott Tallon Walker are members of the British Council for Offices (including interior fitout design) and built to the highest standards. All of this was achieved tothrough which we maintain our position at the cutting edge ofcommercial design standards and trends, ensuring continued best everyone’s satisfaction within a very tight timeframe and, most importantly within budget”service to our clients. Our commercial client base is extensive, much - Tom O’Connor, A&L Goodbody, Dublin, Irelandof it based on repeat business.74 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • CommercialA&L Goodbody Solicitors Headquarters - IFSC, Dublin 1, Ireland (1997-1999)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 75
    • CommercialFingal County Council, Civic Offices - Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland (2000-2005)76 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • CommercialPriceWaterhouseCoopers Headquarters - Spencer Dock Development, Dublin, Ireland (2005-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 77
    • CommercialMcCann FitzGerald Solicitors Headquarters - Riverside One, Dublin 2, Ireland (2003-2006)78 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • CommercialThe Point Village Mixed-use development - East Wall, Dublin , Ireland (2004-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 79
    • CommercialEnterprise Ireland - East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland80 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • CommercialEast Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland (1989-1997, 1998)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 81
    • ResidentialThrough the successful completion of various large-scale privateresidential apartment developments in the UK and Ireland and varioushigh-quality one-off residential homes for specific private clients,we have developed a skill base which understands the needs ofmodern living while at the same time recognising the importance ofthe technical, sustainable and cost efficient aspects of residentialdesign.This understanding enables us to balance the need for contemporaryliving standards with current sustainable design principles. We bringto our design process an emphasis on scale, proportion and form,with particular attention to orientation, natural daylight, acousticprivacy, private and public open space, landscaping, circulationpatterns, space around buildings, interface with the public realmand passive security.As part of the continuing urban regeneration of Dublin’s Docklands, wehave completed a 616 unit luxury private apartment and penthousedevelopment in Spencer Dock. As part of the Government’s socialinclusion policy, this development includes a second phase SocialHousing Apartment scheme, designed to the same high quality andstandards as the private scheme. These developments form part ofthe larger mixed use development of Spencer Dock which has beenmasterplanned by Scott Tallon Walker Architects. “All… buildings were designed and completed to a very high standard and this has been achieved with the dedication and support of Scott Tallon Walker as architects. We would have no hesitation in recommending Scott Tallon Walker for projects of similar scale and complexity” Spencer Dock Development Company Ltd, Dublin, Ireland82 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • ResidentialSpencer Dock Apartments - North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 Ireland (2005-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 83
    • ResidentialCrosbie Yard Development - Ossory Road, Dublin 1, Ireland (2003-2009)84 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • ResidentialDenzille Lane Mews Development - Dublin 2, Ireland (1998-2001)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 85
    • Hotel, Leisure & RetailHotel and leisure projects provide the opportunity to combine ourarchitecture and urban design skills with our extensive experiencein providing innovative interior design.Each concept is developed in response to the specific nature ofthe site and to create highly flexible spaces and uplifting interiorsto suit the needs and budgets of our client. The specific designis carefully considered in a response that transcends fashion andaims to produce an impact that will last the test of time. The hotelsin Dublin’s Financial Services Centre and Cork’s Lapps Quay bothrelate to their respective river frontages and have had a spin-offregenerative effect on their respective neighbourhoods. Everyscheme is based on sound and experience driven design principlesand is developed in close collaboration with the client to provide aunique bespoke solution.Whether a component of a larger commercial scheme designed toprovide active frontage and vibrant uses at street level, the renovationand fit out of a high street department store, or the commercial centreat the heart of a mixed use scheme, retail provides a key componentof a number of Scott Tallon Walker’s projects.Our Practice designed Marks & Spencer’s flagship store in Dublin’sGrafton Street. We were also engaged to renovate the formerSwitzer’s store for Brown Thomas, Ireland’s exclusive departmentstore. This project involved the conservation of facades, the creationof new shop fronts, and the rebuild of the three storey over doublebasement department store.The design of new BMW showrooms gave the practice theopportunity to develop its interest in light elegant structures andbeautifully crafted glazing systems, while showcasing the BMWproduct to its maximum advantage.The Point Village Shopping Centre integrates urban design, planningand architecture, providing a vibrant complex of offices, hotel,cinemas and shops in Dublin’s Docklands. The design ensures thatthe Point Village will become a destination in the City Centre, whetherto browse in naturally lit shopping malls, see a movie or simply hangout in the pavement cafes fronting onto Point Square.86 Scott Tallon Walker Architects86
    • Hotel, Leisure & RetailGibson Hotel, Shopping Centre, Cinema, Offices & Apartments - Point Village, Dublin, Ireland (2003-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 87 87
    • Hotel, Leisure & RetailClarion Hotel - Dublin, Ireland (1998-2001)88 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Hotel, Leisure & Retail Arena - Cork South Docklands, Ireland (2010) Retail & Entrance Pavilion - Dublin Zoo, Ireland (1997-1999)BMW Showrooms - Naas Road, Dublin 12, Ireland (2003-2004)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 89
    • Conservation & RestorationScott Tallon Walker Architects have advised Clients over manyyears in the appraisal of the benefits of refurbishment over newbuild or vice versa and also in comparisons of the merits of differentlevels of refurbishment, both in vacant and live occupied buildingenvironments.Through our understanding of buildings and their environments,we strive to work in a sensitive and cost effective manner withexisting building fabric to express the best aspects of the buildingsoriginal design, while upgrading materials, structures and buildingservices to respond to the clients requirements in the 21st Century.This response includes evaluation of fire safety and accessibilityrequirements to meet current Building Regulations and occupancystandards.We take on refurbishment from first principles, evaluating the existingsite and building condition, surveying existing structures and servicesand gathering original design documentation. Regeneration of abuilding for future use is a first principle of environmental sustainabilityand something we engage in with the Client from the outset.Refurbishment covers a wide set of skills that we have acquiredthrough time and design rigor. Many projects require sensitiveconservation of existing historic structures, interior design, masterplanning, consultant design team co-ordination and a wide rangeof soft skills to ease temporary re-locations of staff.In addition to new project refurbishments, we are often re-engagedto refurbish buildings we have originally designed. We are currentlyinvolved in several substantial regenerative projects, such asthe former award winning PJ Carroll’s factory in Dundalk, nowencompassed into the Dundalk Institute of Technology and theFAS National Training Agency buildings in Ballyfermot and Finglas,Dublin.Our experience includes the complete sensitive refurbishment oflisted buildings such as the Royal College of Physicians, and themixture of refurbishment and sensitive modern intervention as in theGate Theatre in Dublin and the Tyndall Institute in Cork.90 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Conservation & RestorationThe Gate Theatre - Dublin, Ireland (2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 91
    • Conservation & RestorationRoyal College of Physicians of Ireland - Dublin, Ireland (2003-2004)92 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Conservation & RestorationSherlockstown House - Kildare, Ireland (2003-2005) Goulding Summerhouse - Co. Wicklow, Ireland (1971-1973, restored 2002)Guinness Hop Store - Dublin, Ireland (1983-1984) Media Lab Europe - Dublin, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects 93
    • Industrial & Car ParkingWe constantly progress the idea of purposeful aesthetics in allbuilding types and scales. Industrial process buildings and theplaces people work should, we believe, have environments that areideally optimised for the intended industrial process and be upliftingplaces to work.Our solutions are often guided by the industrial production process.Indeed when The Irish Times relocated their printing operationsfrom D’Olier St in the centre of Dublin to a larger greenfield site onthe outskirts, we embraced the printing process engineering andintegrated the building design parallel to process design requirementsproviding optimum layout for equipment and operations.Through our in-house Sustainability Group we encourage progressivesustainable methods and design developments with reduced carbonfootprints. We incorporate natural day lighting into the core of ourdesigns and prioritise the integration of all services and BMS systemsto ensure minimal energy losses from building fabrics.The same wish to generate a positive outcome can be seen intworecent functional car parking structures at St. Vincent’s UniversityHospital and Blackrock Hospital, where each has become asignificant landscape feature on their sites. “The success of the project reflects the dedicated professionalism, expertise and skills of the team at Scott Tallon Walker and their outstanding input to all key areas for its duration. The team’s support and encouragement to this company at all stages was exceptional and invaluable” Michael Walsh, Project Manager, The Irish Times94 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Industrial & Car ParkingThe Irish Times Newspaper Production Facility - Citywest Business Park, Dublin 24, Ireland (1999-2001)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 95
    • Industrial & Car ParkingVersalift - Northhampton, England, UK (1998-2000)96 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Industrial & Car Parking Clearwater Business Park - Little Island, Cork, Ireland (2004-2005) Vangen Distribution Centre - Worcester, England, UKCarroll’s Factory - Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland (1967-1970) Blackrock Hospital Car Park - Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland (2005-2008)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 97
    • Sport & Event DesignScott Tallon Walker has recently expanded its traditional expertisein the provision of sport and event centres to include projectsthat now appear on the international stage. As part of its ongoingportfolio, Scott Tallon Walker has designed and delivered sportcentres for many institutions including Trinity College, Dublin,The National University of Ireland, Galway and at RTE, (Ireland’snational television and radio broadcasting company), creating multifunctional buildings suitable not only for use for indoor sports, butalso as theatres, examination halls, student facilities and other suchactivities. In addition, we have enabled Listed Buildings, as part oftheir conservation process, to evolve into event centres capable ofcompeting with purpose built facilities, including the creation of aconferencing centre in the Victorian home of The Royal College ofPhysicians of Ireland, the ongoing modernisation and expansionof The Gate Theatre, both in Dublin, the refurbishment of The AulaMaxima in the 1840’s Quadrangle in Galway University and theremodelling of both the Gaiety and Olympia Theatres in Dublin.In 1998, Scott Tallon Walker were commissioned by the IrishGovernment to prepare a master plan for the new national sportingcentre of excellence – Sports Campus Ireland, and to design thenew 80,000 spectator capacity National Stadium, capable ofaccommodating Gaelic, Rugby and Soccer, as well as track and fieldevents. The Campus is currently under development, but a decisionwas taken by the Government to provide Ireland’s InternationalStadium for Rugby and Soccer by rebuilding the world’s oldestinternational rugby stadium at Lansdowne Road. In 2004, ScottTallon Walker, with Populous, won the international competition forthe design and delivery of the new Aviva Stadium at LansdowneRoad, which was completed in April 2010.In 2010, we were appointed to design the new 13,000 sq.m. Collegeof Sports science, as well as the new 40,000 sq.m. sports campus,which includes a 7000 all seater international athletics arena, twoOlympic standard swimming pools, gymnastics and ball gamecourts, with associated players’ media and spectators’ facilities atthe King Saud University, Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. The project is underconstruction, and due for completion in 2012.We are currently designing the new Centre of Excellence and new13,000 seater south stand, with associated VIP, media and players’facilities, at Pairc Ui Chaoimh for The Cork County Board of the GAAin Cork City. The scheme is due for handover in late 2013. The broadbase experience within Scott Tallon Walker, as well as the most recentspecific knowledge in sports stadium and conference centre designwill enable us to provide clients with the optimum design solution.98 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Sport & Event DesignAviva Stadium - Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland (2004-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 99
    • Sport & Event DesignBrewery Quarter Arena - Cork, Ireland (ongoing)100 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Sport & Event DesignCork Docklands Arena - Cork, Ireland (2010-current) King Saud University Sports Campus - Riyadh (2010-current)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 101
    • Interior DesignScott Tallon Walker has extensive experience in providing qualityinterior design solutions for its clients. We have created the interiorsof many of our buildings, but also successfully work in modern andheritage buildings, to create spaces and interiors to suit the specificneeds and budgets of our clients.More innovative recent interior fit outs include the new stadium asLansdowne Road, Dublin, three Clarion hotels with conferencingand spa facilities, the new corporate offices for McCann FitzGeraldSolicitors, one of Ireland premier legal practices, the headquartersfor the Commissioners of Irish Lights, in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin,from where all of Ireland’s waterways and lighthouses are controlled,supported and maintained to the new BMW showrooms for KeaneMotors in County Dublin.The success of our design solutions are based on the seamlessintegrations of the building, its architecture and character, with thedesign of the interiors. Whereas this can be more readily carriedout where Scott Tallon Walker are the designer of the building in thefirst instance, applying this discipline to either buildings designedby other architects or to existing structures, is a process that wehave successfully carried out. Examples include interiors for suchcompanies as Pfizer, Bank of New York, and Bank of Ireland toconverting the administrative headquarters for the Royal College ofPhysicians of Ireland in Dublin, which is a Listed Building of NationalImportance, into a conference centre.Our approach to fit out contracts commences with listening to theclient, visiting their existing facility, if such existing, and generating anunderstanding of their specific needs, aspirations and requirements.This process, which can include a charette type brainstormingsession, to include the various key personnel within the client’sorganisation, leads to the designers within Scott Tallon Walker havinga personal understanding of the brief. The team within Scott TallonWalker, which will be headed up by a director of the company, willinclude both interior designers and architectural staff, to ensure thatthe solutions being generated can be readily accommodated withinthe selected building or structure.Scott Tallon Walker is understandably proud of the broad spectrumof interiors created by its designers. With any new appointment,the skills and design flair from within the company will be tapped toensure that the delivered interior that not only properly responds tothe client’s brief but creates spaces that everyone will find satisfying,uplifting, comfortable and efficient.102 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Interior DesignEnterprise Ireland - East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland (2008-2009)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 103
    • Interior DesignClarion Hotel - Lapp’s Quay, Cork, Ireland (2000-2005)104 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Interior DesignClarion Hotel - Dublin, Ireland (1998-2001)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 105
    • Interior DesignThe Gibson Hotel - Point Village IFSC Dublin, Ireland (2003-2010)106 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Interior DesignAviva Stadium - Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland (2004-2010)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 107
    • AwardsWorld Architecture Festival Award - ONCE Award Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010World Architecture Festival Award - Highly Commended (Sport Category) Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Gold Medal Arus Mhic Dhiarmada (incorporating Busaras), Store Street, Dublin 1953 - 1955 Radio Telefis Eireann television building, Donnybrook, Dublin. 1959 - 1961 GEC Factory, Dundalk. (Subsequently acquired by Ecco Limited). 1962 - 1964 Restaurant building, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1968 - 1970Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - James Gandon Medal Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Ronnie Tallon 2010Royal Institute of British Architects - Gold Medal The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture Awarded by RIBA 1975Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Highly Commended Administration building, Radio Telefis Eireann, Donnybrook, Dublin 1965 - 1967 Wesley College, Ballinteer, Dublin 1968 - 1970 Factory for P.J.Carroll & Co Limited, Dundalk 1968 - 1970 Radio building, Radio Telefis Eireann, Donnybrook, Dublin 1971 - 1973 Goffs Bloodstock Sales Complex, Kildare 1974 - 1976 Industry Centre, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1983 - 1985 O’Reilly Institute, Trinity College, Dublin. 1986 - 1988 School of Engineering, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1989 - 1991 Tulach a t’Solais, Oulart Hill, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford1 1998 - 2000 Tulach a’tSolais - Wexford, Ireland St. Paul’s Community Centre, Glenageary, Co. Dublin (Best Public Building)2 2008 Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin (Best Office Building)3 2008Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Commended Abbey and Peacock Theatre building, Dublin 1965 - 1967 Science building design, National University of Ireland, Galway 1971 - 1973 Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 1992 - 1994Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Medal for Housing Weekend house at Summercove, Kinsale, Cork 1965 - 1967 House at Golf Road, Foxrock, Dublin 1971 - 1973RIAI/EAHY (European Architectural Heritage Year) Award - Highly Commended Lisney Building, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 1975Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Best Sustainable Building St. Patrick’s Place Development, Cork 2010 Commissioners of Irish Lights Headquarters - Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Co. Dublin, Ireland108 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • AwardsRoyal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Regional Awards School of Engineering, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1990 Bradan Mara TEO, Land Based Salmon Hatchery, Galway 1990 Biotechnology Building, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1994 Civic Offices, Woodquay, Dublin 1996 TG4 (Telefis na Gaeilge), Galway 1997 Dollar Bay Apartments, London 1998 East Point Business Park, Dublin 1999 Citibank Headquarters, Dublin 2001 Eircom Network Management Centre, Dublin 2001 Denzille Lane Mews, Rear of 19 Merrion Square, Dublin 2002 St. Vincent’s University Hospital Redevelopment, Dublin 2006Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Selected for Exhibition Biotechnology, Trinity College Dublin 1994 O’ Reilly Hall, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1995 Lansdowne Park Mews, 151-154 Lansdowne Park 1997 Woodchester Offices, Dublin 1998 Downes Mews, Dublin 1998 Business Innovation Centre, Institute of Technology, Sligo 1999 Church of Christ the King, London 1999 Dublin Zoo Entrance Pavilion, Phoenix Park, Dublin 2000 A&L Goodbody Solicitors, Dublin 2000 McCormack Extension 2002 Eircom Network Management Centre - Dublin, Ireland Air Traffic Control Centre, Shannon, Limerick 2002 National Breast Screening Centre, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin 2005 Webworks Office Building, Cork4 2006 Fastnet House, Cork5 2007 McCann FitzGerald Headquarters, Riverside One, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 26 2007Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland - Selected for Competition Council of Europe - The Directorate for the Quality of Medicines Building 2002 Expo 2000 Architectural & Interpretive Design Competition 2000Royal Institute of British Architects - European Union Awards Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2011 DKIT School of Informatics & Creative Arts 2012Royal Institute of British Architects - Housing Awards - Commended Dollar Bay, London 1997AAI Awards Bradan Mara TEO, Land Based Salmon Hatchery, Galway 1990 O’ Reilly Institute, Trinity College Dublin 1989 McCann FitzGerald Headquarters, Riverside One, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2 2007 Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 2011 Jesuit Community, Milltown Park, Dublin 6 (Highly Commended) 2011AAI Awards - Selected for Exhibition School of Engineering, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1990 Entrance Pavilion Dublin Zoo - Dublin, IrelandScott Tallon Walker Architects 109
    • AwardsLAMA Awards - Best Architect Scott Tallon Walker Architects 2010LAMA Awards - Best Civil Engineering Project Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010LAMA Awards - National Impact Award Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010British Council for Offices Best Corporate Workplace for GE Capital Woodchester, Dublin 2000British Expertise International Awards - Sport, Leisure & Tourism Category Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010British Construction Industry Awards - International Award Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2011Construction Industry Federation Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr Ronald Tallon 2000Building Excellence Award East Point Business Park 1998Construction Excellence Award Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 1996 RIAI - TV Programmes Building Stage 7, RTE, Dublin 1998 RIBA - School of Pharmacy and Genetics, Trinity College Dublin 1999 Citibank Corporate Office - IFSC, Dublin 2001Construction Excellence Award - Special Commendation William Rowan Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin 1993 Radio Telefis Eireann - Television Programming Building - Dublin, IrelandConstruction Excellence Award - Commendation Biotechnology building, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1993European EPSE Award - Innovative use of polycarbonate Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2011Irish Concrete Society Awards School of Engineering, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1989 Biotechnology building, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1993PLAN Regional Awards Bradan Mara TEO, Land Based Salmon Hatchery, Galway 1989 O’ Reilly Institute, Trinity College Dublin 1989 School of Engineering, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1990 Biotechnology building, National University of Ireland, Dublin 1993PLAN Regional Awards - Highly Commended William Rowan Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin 1993PLAN Expo Opus Award Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin (Best Office Building) 2008 Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 (building over €20 million) 2010PLAN Expo Opus Award - Highly Commended Psychiatry Building, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 47 2003 Main Building, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 4 2005 City Quarter, Lapps Quay, Cork 2006 The Gate Theatre New Wing, Cavendish Row, Parnell Square, Dublin 1 2009PLAN Expo Opus Award - Highly Commended Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin (building over €20 million) 2010 Lapps Quay - Office and Hotel Development - Cork, Ireland NUI Maynooth Humanities & Social Sciences, Maynooth, Co Kildare (€2 to €20 million) 2010110 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • AwardsGREEN Awards - Building Award Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2011GREEN Awards - Entertainment & Leisure Award Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2012ALPI & ACEI Awards Best Internal Landscape & Innovation in Mechanical Services, Woodchester, Dublin 2000The Association of Landscape Contractors of Ireland - The Big Oak Trophy for Landscaping The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1 2010International Award for Energy Conservation Civic Offices, Woodquay, Dublin 1996IPA Architecture Award - Leisure & Hospitality, Europe & Africa Property Awards Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 2010Consulting Engineers of Ireland Innovation Excellence Award East Point Business Park, Dublin8 1998SCONUL Library Design Award Dublin City University, John & Aileen O Reilly Library 2002Irish Joinery Award Citibank, Dublin9 2001Association of Landscape Awards Citibank, Dublin 2001Contractor of Ireland Interiors Award Citibank, Dublin 2001Corus Colour Coat Building Awards Versalift - Northants, UK Best Execution of Detailing Award - Versalift, Burton Latymer 2001 Runner up - Fyffes, Office & Warehouse, Basingstoke 1998Best Industrial Building Award Fyffes, Office & Warehouse, Basingstoke 1998Best use of Profiled Steel Award Fyffes Banana Ripening Facility, Livingstone, Scotland 2000Industrial Surveyors Best Bespoke Factory / Warehouse Award Versalift, Burton Latymer 2001Irish Property Awards 2007 - Irish Commercial Development of the Year Spencer Dock10 2007Irish Hospitality Awards - Best New Establishment The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1 2010Cork City Centre Better Building Awards - New Development Award Office Building, Anglesea Street, Cork 2004 Enterprise Ireland Webworks, Cork 2006Cork City Centre Better Building Awards - Judges Choice Better Building Award Lapps Quay Development, Cork11 2005Peter Rice Award - New Development Award - Design and Conservation Award Dundalk Institute of Technology12 2006Aramark Healthcare Innovation Award 2009 for Completed Healthcare Design Facility Primary Healthcare Centre, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork 2009International Property Award - Architecture Award - Leisure & Hospitality Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 2010SEAI Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland - Renewable Energy Systems Award Residential Development - Spencer Dock - Dublin, Ireland Western Gateway Building University College Cork 2011Scott Tallon Walker Architects 111
    • Health & Safety Quality Management SystemScott Tallon Walker Architects place great importance on the In February 1994 Scott Tallon Walker were the first architecturalimplementation and practice of our Health and Safety Policy in practice in Ireland to be awarded a Registration Certificate inthe work place. We have carefully devised a Health and Safety compliance with the quality management system requirements ofManagement System, which ensures that all of our staff are fully ISO 9001.trained to carry out their duties effectively and safely. Currently, we are certified for the provision of architectural, interiorOur fully qualified Health and Safety Manager continually assesses design, urban planning and project management services and forour systems and staff to ensure identification and mitigation of any implementing and maintaining our quality management system,specific hazards in the work environment. which fulfils the requirements of I.S. EN ISO 9001:2000.To this end, we have put in place both a Risk Assessment Register In-house Quality Assurance Proceduresand a Health and Safety Manual, which is regularly updated in We have developed a coherent Quality Management System as anaccordance with current requirements. These guidelines and records integral part of our Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality (SHEQ)are circulated to all staff via our company intranet and the system Management System.has been ISO certified. The Quality Management System provides our Clients with an independent evaluation of our performance against a known and internationally recognised quality standard. The documented management system includes policies, management and administration procedures, work instructions and standard forms that have been developed over years of experience to ensure working drawings and specifications are efficiently produced in harmony with the other disciplines involved in the design team. Regular training is provided for staff on our Quality Assurance System and all new staff are made aware of its requirements prior to commencing work. The added value brought to our clients by our commitment to quality management is the reduction in the risk of error and particularly omission. The thrust of our procedures is to re-assure our clients that a thorough process is being followed in an orderly fashion to deliver an excellent quality service, from the initial brief taking stage, right through to the commissioning and final sign off stage.112 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Practice BackgroundThe origins of Scott Tallon Walker date back to 1928 when Michael The Emergence of Scott Tallon Walker Scott Tallon Walker Architects TodayScott founded the original architectural practice with Norman D In 1958 the firm was recast as Michael Scott and Partners, with The firm has continued it’s tradition of excellence and has cultivatedGood. During this period the firm developed a sterling reputation Ronnie Tallon and Robin Walker becoming partners in the practice, a well respected reputation for producing carefully designed andfor its excellent design approach to healthcare, major projects at with the company later renamed as Scott Tallon Walker Architects aesthetically pleasing buildings, which not only meet the expectationthe time included Tullamore Hospital and St. Ultan’s Hospital. The in 1975. The design work from this period has been noted as of our clients but exceeds them. The practice has grown steadilyPavilion Building (1939) was also designed by the firm during this uncompromisingly modern, Dr. Ronald Tallon and Robin Walker’s both in terms of size and experience. We now have offices locatedperiod for the World Fair in New York. modernist vision yielded some of the finest examples of this, including not only in Dublin, but also London, Cork and Galway. the RTE Television Centre, the Bank of Ireland Headquarters inThe Early Years Baggot Street (1968-1978) and the former P.J. Carroll’s Factory The practice has established itself as one of Ireland’s foremostThe Second World War and its aftermath heralded a new period for (1967-69) in Dundalk, County Louth, which has also recently been architectural firms, with over 60 employees based in our studios.design in Ireland and under Michael Scott’s mentorship the firm went added to Ireland’s list of protected structures. Our firm have won The firm is led by the Chairman, Niall Scott, Managing Directoron to produce some of the finest examples of modern architecture in many awards including four gold medals from the RIAI and the Michael Tallon and eight partners. There are sixteen associates inEurope. Commissions included landmark buildings such as Geragh prestigious Royal Gold Medal from the RIBA for our contribution to all. Founding partner Dr. Ronald Tallon maintains an active role in(1939), Michael Scott’s home in Sandycove, and Córas Iompair the field of architecture. the practice.Éireann’s Headquarters Building, Busaras (1953) in Dublin. Thesebuildings have been lauded as some of the finest examples of the Aesthetic vision is a key part of the firm’s philosophy, and to this end, Scott Tallon Walker is now a third-generation architectural practice,modernist aesthetic in international architecture to this day, and our practice has built up strong links and associations with the art which has a proven and impressive breadth of experience. We doboth Busaras and Geragh have gone on to be listed as protected world, which has included active involvement in the art exhibition not simply see ourselves as a reputable well established firm, butstructures in Ireland. ROSC. Our firm has engaged in the selection and commissioning a firm that is constantly evolving and embracing the changes and of art pieces, which sensitively compliment and enhance the challenges with which we are presented through innovation and architecture we produce for our clients. Artists we have worked with collaboration. previously include Patrick Scott, Patrick Heron, Louis le Brocquy and Michael Warren.Tullamore General Hospital - Offaly, Ireland (1938) Busaras - Dublin, Ireland (1953) Bank of Ireland, Baggot Street - Dublin, Ireland (1978)Scott Tallon Walker Architects 113
    • Practice InformationSelected Client List IBM ExhibitionsApple Icelandic Radio & TelevisionA&L Goodbody 1975 - RIBA Gold Medal Exhibition - Portland Place, London, UK Irish Aviation AuthorityA.I.G. Irish Blood Transfusion Service Board 1976 - RIBA Gold Medal Exhibition - Bank Of Ireland, Baggot St,Abbey Theatre Johnson & Johnson Ltd. Dublin, IrelandAbbott Pharmaceutical Kinsale Town Council 2005 - Michael Scott “Master of All the Muses” - Crawford ArtArthur Guinness & Co. Lansdowne Road Stadium Development Company Ltd. Gallery, Cork, IrelandAustralian Embassy Mater Hospital Development Ltd.Bank of Ireland Marks & Spencer Plc. 2005 - Michael Scott - “Master of All the Muses” RIAIBank of New York Headquarters, Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland Maynooth CollegeBilfinger & Berger McCann FitzGerald Solicitors 2006 - “Suil Eile” Selected Works - Galleria di Architettura diBlackrock Clinic Limited Middle East Banking Corporation General Membrane PROGETTOCONTEMPORANEOBovis Construction Molecular Imaging Services Venice, ItalyChester Beatty Library Oracle Corporation Ltd. 2007 - Selected Works - Webworks, Cork, IrelandCommissioner of Irish Lights Perot GroupCork City Council Pfizer 2007 - Carroll’s Collection - Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, IrelandDAIWA Europe Bank Plc. Port of Cork CompanyDepartment of Health & Social Security Portuguese Radio & Television PublicationsDeutschbank PriceWaterhouseCooperDresdner Bank Radio Telefis Eireann 2006 - “Scott Tallon Walker Architects 100 Buildings and Projects,Dublin City Council Railtrack 1960 - 2005” - Gandon EditionsDublin City University Royal College of Physicians of Ireland 1996 - “Michael Scott: Architect - in (Casual) Conversation withDublin Docklands Development Authority Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Trust Dorothy Walker” - Gandon EditionsDublin Port & Docks Board Royal Preston HospitalDublin Zoo Our work has featured in numerous books, newspapers and Schering-Plough (Avondale) Chemicals Ltd.Dundalk Institute of Technology magazines both nationally and internationally, some recent Scottish Provident Assurance Co. examples are as follows:Eircom SmurfitKappa Plc.Electricity Supply Board Spanish Embassy Books:Enterprise Ireland Spencer Dock Development Company Limited 2007 - “1000x European Hotels” - Verlagshaus BraunEricsson International St. Vincent’s Hospital Development 2008 - “Wallpaper*” City Guide Dublin” - Phaidon Press LtdErigal Alliance Medical Treasury HoldingsFingal County Council Trinity College Dublin (TCD) 2009 - “The Iconic House, Architectural Masterworks since 1900”Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd. U.S.A. Embassy - Dominic Bradbury, Thames & Hudson.Fyffes University College Cork 2010 - “Encyclopedia of Detail in Contemporary ResidentialGate Theatre University College Dublin Architecture” - Virginia McLeod, Laurence King PublishingGE Capital Woodchester University College GalwayGilbeys Ireland Ltd. United Medical & Dental Schools Magazines:Goffs Bloodstock Sales University of Surrey Architecture Ireland - The Journal of the Royal Institute of theHewlett Packard University of Zambia Architects of Ireland Plan Magazine - The Art of Architecture and Design, Ireland The Architectural Review, London, UK114 Scott Tallon Walker Architects
    • Practice Information Partners Dublin Dr. Ronald Tallon - KSG BArch FRIAI RIBA 19 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland Niall Scott - DipArch FRIAI RIBA (Chairman) Tel: +353 (1) 669 3000 Michael Tallon - BArch FRIAI RIBA (Managing Director) Fax: +353 (1) 661 3300 Peter Dudley - BArch FRIAI RIBA Email: michael.tallon@stwarchitects.com Eoin O’Morain - BArch FRIAI RIBA Bryan Roe - DipArch BArchSc FRIAI RIBA ARBDr. Ronald Tallon Niall Scott Michael Tallon Padraic Halligan - DipArch Tech. MRIAI RIBA ARB David Cahill - DipArch BArchSc ARB DipProjMan Donal Blake - BA (Hons) BArch (Hons) MRIAI RIBA David Flannery - BArch MRIAI London Ronan Phelan - BArch MRIAI 10 Cromwell Place, London, SW7 2JN, UK Tel: +44 (207) 589 4949 Associates Fax: +44 (207) 225 1005 Stephen Woulfe-Flanagan - DipArch FRIAI FSAI Email: eoin.omorain@stwarchitects.comPeter Dudley Eoin O’Morain Bryan Roe Paul Mannion - BArch MRIAI RIBA Michael Delany - DipArch BArchSc MRIAI Rebecca Ryan - DipArch BArch Sc Dip Proj Mgmt. Philip Jackson - MArch DipUrb Planning RIAI RTPI Sheila Carney - DipArch BSc MRIAI RIBA ARB Kevin Bates - BArch (Hons), MRIAI St. John Handley - BA (Hons) DipArch, RIBA Galway Charles Julienne - Dip ET P Dip Ec Spec d’Arch ISPE MRIAI 22 Eyre Square, Galway, IrelandPadraic Halligan David Cahill Donal Blake Francois Smith - BArch Tel: +353 (91) 56 4881 Fax: +353 (91) 56 4901 Email: bryan.roe@stwarchitects.comDavid Flannery Ronan Phelan Cork Webworks, Eglinton Street, Cork, Ireland Tel: +353 (21) 432 0744 Fax: +353 (21) 432 0745 Email: david.flannery@stwarchitects.comScott Tallon Walker Architects 115
    • Dublin Cork Galway London19 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland Webworks, Eglinton Street, Cork, Ireland 22 Eyre Square, Galway, Ireland 10 Cromwell Place, London, SW7 2JN, UKTel: +353 (1) 669 3000 Tel: +353 (21) 432 0744 Tel: +353 (91) 56 4881 Tel: +44 (207) 589 4949Fax: +353 (1) 661 3300 Fax: +353 (21) 432 0745 Fax: +353 (91) 56 4901 Fax: +44 (207) 225 1005Email: michael.tallon@stwarchitects.com Email: david.flannery@stwarchitects.com Email: bryan.roe@stwarchitects.com Email: andrew.fursdon@stwarchitects.com