Jonathan Davey

Position: Associate

Jonathan joined Associated Architects in 2011 and was promoted to the position of Associate in 2017. He has a broad range of experience across a variety of sectors and a proven ability to manage the complex design challenges associated with large, multi-phased projects.

His most significant achievements during his time with the practice include delivering the latest phase of Jaguar Land Rover’s £1bn Engine Manufacturing Centre and securing planning consent for over 350,000 square feet of prime office and residential accommodation at the landmark Post and Mail development in central Birmingham.

He is currently working with Birmingham City Council and the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on their ambitious modernisation plans for the Grade 2* listed Council House complex. Jonathan has management responsibility for quality assurance standards and compliance and he is often consulted by colleagues seeking advice on legal and technical matters.

Experience

Engine Manufacturing Centre Jaguar Land Rover an 80,000sq.m extension to the EMC providing two manufacturing halls with associated staff support facilities, car parking, and external service areas.

Civic House £8 million comprehensive Cat A refurbishment and part-elevational reconfiguration of Civic House in Birmingham.

Headquarters, West Bromwich Building Society £15 million modern and exciting new home for the staff of the Society which allows the client to face the coming years with confidence.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Masterplan 

Post and Mail, new £75 million mixed-use Post and Mail building, nestled in the Colmore Business District.

Birmingham Dogs’ Home a £4.5 million, single-storey, new building set within a false cutting, so that it sits low within the landscape which maintains important visual relationships between ground and sky, as defined by existing landscape features.