Samuel Stevenson & Son

Chartered Architects

ITB Student Services Building

The 3 storey Entrance Atrium of our Student Services Building for the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown has now been uncovered as it will be seen from the main Campus Concourse. We’re getting into the final stage before the building is ready for handover and lots of activity is taking place on site and in our office!

Pleased to formally hand over the remodeled 6th form study area at Belfast Royal Academy this morning.

BRA 6th Form Study
New Recruits

We are pleased to welcome Ulster University Placement student Kayleigh Wilson to the Practice for her years work experience. Kayleigh joins our other recent staff members Scott North and Paul Melville who graduated from the Ulster University Architectural Technology and Management course in 2018 and 2017.

Our design for the refurbishment of the currently vacant Larne Fire Station has recieved Full Planning Approval. We are re–modelling the external fabric and internal layout to meet the needs of a modern Fire and Resuce Service. We also designed the new training tower shown on our presentation board

Larne Community Fire Station
RBAI

Royal Belfast Academical Institution

The new ‘super lab’ is nearing completion for the start of the new academic year. This together with all the Chemistry labs at RBAI are being refurbished over the summer to provide modern laboratory facilities suitable for the delivery of the School curriculum.

We would like to welcome Kayleigh Wilson to the Practice. Kayleigh is on her placement year from the University of Ulster Architectural Technolgy course.

We still seek to appoint an Architect to join our team. Applicants should be self motivated and willing to work as part of the Samuel Stevenson team on a range of projects in the healthcare, education and commercial sectors, at varying stages of development.

You will be responsible for coordinating design teams and delivering exciting and technically challenging projects. As a lead individual you will attend and host client meetings, design team meetings and regularly visit sites to review progress and coordinate information with your team.

To be considered for this position you must be able to satisfy the following criteria:

  • Be a registered Architect and have the ability to carry out the full range of professional services of a qualified Architect
  • Possess excellent communication skills
  • Experience delivering major capital projects as Design Team Leader
  • A working knowledge of building contracts
  • A working knowledge of Building Regulations and CDM Regulations
  • Ability to delegate tasks to junior staff
  • Have a strong technical ability and experience with AutoCAD and Revit
  • Access to a vehicle and a full UK driving licence

This is a unique opportunity to join this long established architectural practice which offers career progression. Samuel Stevenson & Sons offer a highly competitive salary based on the level of experience along with a number of additional benefits which include a contribution to pension and vouchers for childcare. The Practice based in East Belfast offers onsite car parking to all staff.

Interested applicants should submit a CV to suzanne.mccoy@samuel-stevenson.co.uk

Vacancy
ITB Student Services Building

Our Student Services Building at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown is starting to take shape as the scaffold comes down. The coloured panels reflect the internal colour pallete each individual campus building uses to give it a unique identity. Handover on programme for early October.

Our Teaching Block at the Ulster University Magee Campus is featured in this summers July–August edition of Perspective Magazine reviewed by Marianne O’Kane Boal.

Perspective Magazine
Better Gym

Our interior design for the Better Gym in the heart of Belfast as published in Northern Builder, illustrates our use of Ecophon acoustic solo baffles that offered a practical acoustic solution in the large volume space with great aesthetic appeal.

August update; the Gym Manager has told us that the acoustics in the Gym are working really well. They can hold a class in one part of the open plan without disrupting other activities. It’s always good to get positive feedback on our design intentions.

It was great to be involved in the ‘Meet the Buyer Event’ hosted by Derry and Strabane District Council to highlight opportunities in the construction industry for long term unemployed and apprentices, and to gain an insight into social clauses which are part of all large scale education projects.

Meet the Buyer Event
Rossmar School

Glasgiven Contracts making good progress coming out of the ground on this new £9m special school in Limavady.

A lovely evening was had by all at Daft Eddies to  mark the retirement of Peter Niblock from the Practice. Peter’s contribution to the Practice has been significant and we wish him a happy, healthy and long retirement. Peter will remain as a Consultant to the Practice.

Peter Niblock
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Twitter
Strabane Academy

Exciting to see the first steel erected at Strabane Academy. Woodvale Construction making good progress despite challenging weather conditions.

 

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Keith Martin and Clare Ogle as Associate Directors in the Practice. Keith has been with Samuel Stevenson & Sons since 2002 and has provided a significant contribution to the firm, particularly in his role as Senior Architect leading projects for Queens University Belfast and is currently leading our extension and refurbishment of the McClay Library building. Clare joined the Practice in January 2018 bringing a wealth of experience from a senior position in private practice where she delivered major education projects throughout Ireland.

New Appointments
Strabane Academy

Strabane Academy has started on site with a sod cutting ceremony held before Christmas. We look forward to working with Woodvale Construction over the next 30 months.