Andrew McCafferty

Andrew McCafferty

BArch(Hons), DipArch ARB RIBA ARIAS

ARB registered in 1988, Andrew has over twenty nine years post qualification experience in private architectural practice in Scotland and North of England. Having joined Austin-Smith: Lord in October 2008, Andrew was promoted to Associate in January 2010, Director in 2014 and is currently Principal for the Glasgow studio.

Andrew is versatile working in most sectors – commercial, retail, industrial, education, healthcare and transportation. He is experienced in a lead consultant role, coordinating design teams, committed to project delivery and has an excellent track record in both building refurbishment and new build.

Andrew has lectured at the University of Strathclyde as part of the university’s practice management curriculum and as part of APEAS is responsible for examining RIBA part 3 candidates for professional qualification.

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    Design of a supportive palliative care environment for those in Ayrshire with life-limiting illness
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    First in the UK to achieve Outstanding rating in the BREEAM 2014 New Construction assessment process at both design and construction stage
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  • Hamilton Bus Station
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    Redesign of this 17-stance bus station through to completion
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  • SPT Subway
    SPT SUBWAY MODERNISATION, GLASGOW
    Modernisation programme comprising of Kelvinbridge, Shields Road, Cessnock and Bridge Street subway stations
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