Alex Paul

Position: Associate Director

Management Team

Alex joined Associated Architects in 2011 as an architect and became an Associate Director of the practice in 2021

His expertise in BIM made an instrumental impact on the Centre for Medicine at the University of Leicester, the largest building built to Passive House standards in the country. He has had a huge impact on the practice’s development of BIM implementation, usage and staff training.

Alex acted as Project Architect in the delivery of the UK’s first University Training School at the University of Birmingham – a school providing facilities for student teachers to learn in a live school environment.


School of Architecture and the Build Environment, University of Wolverhampton. £51 milion, 85,000 sq.ft teaching and learning facility catering for all activities including industry training for 1,200 students.

Tyndall Street, Cardiff. A 23-storey residential tower consisting of 307 apartments forming a  focal point within Cardiff’s Capital Quarter Development.

Newhall Square, Birmingham. Three residential buildings with 225 apartments featuring a new public square. £30m




Old Union Mill Birmingham. Conversation of a listed mill into 13 luxury apartments, 5 office units and two new residential blocks flanking the existing building designed to be complimentary to the historic context. £4m

King Solomon International Business School Birmingham. Conversion of existing office block into new 1250 place school including construction of a new sports block on a tight inner city site. £12m

Locking Parklands Primary School, Weston-super-Mare. New build, two form entry school. £7m
Windsor Place, Stratford upon Avon. Conversion of existing 1930’s cinema into 9 250sq.m luxury apartments. £3.5m