RIAS Conservation Accreditation for A-S:L’s Oliver Goddard
Huge congratulations to Oliver Goddard, who has recently achieved his RIAS Conservation Accreditation.
A certified Passivhaus designer, Oliver joined Austin-Smith:Lord in 2020. His recent projects include external fabric repairs to a collection of Grade A listed buildings at Aberdeen station, a feasibility study for reviving the former Bangour Church in Livingston, and a project to preserve and convert a former school in Alloa into a mixed residential development.
“I achieved RIAS Conservation Accreditation as I believe it is essential to work responsibly with historic buildings to enable future generations to benefit from a rich cultural heritage. This knowledge is also fundamental if we are to address today’s challenges and preserve our existing buildings by delivering low carbon solutions with appropriate retrofit” (Oliver Goddard, Architect, Austin-Smith:Lord).
“I am delighted to congratulate Oliver on achieving his RIAS Conservation Accreditation. Already a Certified Passive House Designer, Oliver’s passion for sustainable conservation further augments Austin-Smith:Lord’s heritage expertise and our ability to respond to complex issues regarding building conservation in the context of a sustainable agenda” (Matthew Dyer, Head of Conservation, Austin-Smith:Lord).
You can view our conservation projects here