Tim joined Associated Architects in 2007 for his year out from studying Architecture at the University of Manchester. He qualified as an architect in 2013 and was promoted to Associate in 2017 working, predominantly, in the higher education sector.
In 2016, he delivered the New Library at the University of Birmingham as Project Architect, having worked on the design from the 2011 feasibility study. The £43m library is a 17,000sq.m, six storey, low energy facility, with 62 kilometres of shelving, achieving EPC A and BREEAM ‘Excellent’ status. The state of the art building has been described as heralding a new generation of libraries in higher education.
He is currently delivering the Centre for Human Brain Health for the University of Birmingham. The CfHBH is a research building for the School of Psychology with a technical brief to include an MRI and MEG scanner. Tim is also delivering the Centre for Cyber Security in Hereford for the University of Wolverhampton, a £7m new build which will provide a national point of excellence for cyber and security related business expertise.