Liam joined David Morley Architects in 2011, having graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Masters of Architecture and a Masters of Engineering Degree in Architecture and Environmental Design. During his academic education Liam critiqued and tutored Architecture at the University of Nottingham and developed a passion for the incorporation of environmental design into the built environment. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Singapore Institute of Architecture. He completed his RIBA Part III examinations registering with the ARB in January 2014.
Prior to joining David Morley Architects, Liam completed his RIBA Part I experience with Broadway Malyan, where he worked within a specialist healthcare team. Here he developed a broad knowledge base of current Department of Health guidance and best practice. Liam was involved with the construction phases of the perinatal departments at Homerton Hospital, the design of a community hospital in Fareham and bids for a blood donation clinic in Dubai.
At David Morley Architects, Liam worked on the award-winning Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery. During the project he assisted with the brief development for a wide range of departments within the hospital, including pathology, imaging and theatre suites. He went on to help deliver the brief from the design and procurement stages to project completion.
Currently Liam is working on The Racquet Centre at the prestigious Hurlingham Club, the project consists of replacing outdated existing facilities with state-of-the-art indoor tennis courts, squash courts and a multiuse space in the context of a master plan review.