Paul trained at the Leicester School of Architecture and joined Allies and Morrison in 1989. Paul was made a Director of the practice in 2000.
Experienced in diverse architectural work at all scales, Paul has been responsible for the design, delivery and project management of a number of the practice’s larger schemes, including the RIBA Award-winning Bankside 123, a mixed-use commercial development in the heart of Southwark, which has made a significant impact on the urban regeneration of the area directly behind the Tate Modern. Paul also led the team on the Main Media Centre for London 2012 Games, providing comprehensive facilities for international press and broadcasters.
Currently, Paul is Project Director for a major new masterplan for Hamad Bin Khalifa Medical City in Qatar, transforming their central Doha site. He is also project director for Crossrail Custom House Station in Newham, London, as part of the new high speed railway linking London and the South-east, due to open in 2018.