Neil Shaughnessy

Neil studied at the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University and has extensive experience of the design and construction of complex projects using BIM software. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2001 and became a Director of the practice in 2012.

Neil has worked on several large-scale developments including St Martin’s Court, a mixed-use office/retail scheme in Paternoster Square, London and The Quadrant, a mixed-use redevelopment integrating office, retail and residential accommodation behind Grade II Listed façades on Regent Street, London, which won an RIBA award in 2009.

Neil has managed the delivery of a 27 storey residential tower, one of the three buildings that Allies and Morrison completed within the St Andrew’s residential masterplan in Bromley-by-Bow and the refurbishment and extension of the Royal Albert Hall Memorial Museum in Exeter.

Neil is currently leading out team for Hollandgreen, a residential project with OMA Architects in the West End of London, which we are delivering using BIM.