Steven Abbey

Steven initially qualified as an Architectural technologist, going on to study Architecture at the University of Liverpool and University of Westminster. He first joined Allies and Morrison in 2009 and re-joined the practice as an associate in 2018 to set up a new base in Manchester.

Steven has worked on a variety of residential developments from one off contemporary houses to large scale, high end residential projects. Through these projects he has gained considerable experience from concept to completion, navigating the planning process and building regulations as well as extensive site experience. He takes a pragmatic approach to achieve details of the highest quality and to budget.

At Allies and Morrison, Steven has worked on a new-build extension to Brighton College and Waterside Park, a residential development in the Royal Docks, East London. On Brighton College, Steven assisted in delivering both tender and construction packages for a new building sitting within the historic setting of Woolton Quadrangle. The project comprises classrooms, internet cafe, staff offices and health centre, including links to the adjacent listed dormitory building and improvements to the courtyard. Steven has used his expertise to carefully select materials and develop details, working closely with the contractor and subcontractor to ensure the design intent is realised on site.

Steven is currently working on projects in the city of Manchester including a new Arts and Humanities Building for The Manchester Metropolitan University. The building incorporates a variety of uses including a new theatre, classrooms, tv and radio studios, a lecture theatre, social learning spaces and offices for star,