Warren Jukes

Position: Director

Management Team

Warren joined the practice in 1996, was made a Director in 2003 and became Managing Director of the Practice in 2021.

He leads much of the University and College work of the practice and has been project architect for a number of significant award winning projects. He is responsible for managing frameworks with the Universities of Birmingham, Coventry and Leicester and has spoken at AUDE and SCONUL Conferences about recycling buildings and best practice in library design respectively. Warren also has significant experience of working in the schools, workplace, arts and law and order sectors. He is an RIBA certified Principal Designer.

Warren’s projects include University Station, School of Engineering and the award-winning Main Campus Library for the University of Birmingham. The George Davis Centre (Centre for Medicine); the UK’s largest Passivhaus building at the University of Leicester and the Emily Wilding Davison Building at Royal Holloway, University of London. Within the HE sector he has delivered high quality conference facilities and large scale residential projects. Warren has also produced masterplans for Further Education institutions.

In addition to serving as Managing Director, Warren is the director responsible for human resources.

Recent Experience

New Library University of Birmingham. £42m

Aston Webb B Block University of Birmingham. £11.5m

Old Gym Refurbishment University of Birmingham. £4m

Research & Corporate Data Centres University of Birmingham. £6m

Maurice Shock Building Refurbishment University of Leicester. £20m

New Medical School University of Surrey. £6m