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James demonstrates exceptional leadership qualities both within the design team and as project leader on major projects within the practice. His experience in healthcare planning and his outstanding knowledge of the technology of building together with his teamworking skills have made him an extremely effective manager of large scale healthcare facilities delivering high quality projects and outcomes for our clients.
James has over 17 years’ experience across in a broad range of projects and at all stages of design and construction. He graduated from DIT Bolton Street as an Architectural Technologist in 1995, received his qualification in Architecture from Oxford Brooks, is a member of both the RIAI and the RIBA and is a registered architect in Ireland and the UK.
Since joining OCMA in 2013, James has been instrumental in the delivery of major healthcare infrastructural projects including the new Radiotherapy Treatment Unit at Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry and the Mercers Institute for Successful Ageing at St James’s Hospital Dublin both of which are scheduled to open in 2016.
Prior to joining O’Connell Mahon, James was the Project Architect for the ‘Haemophilia & Hepatology In-Patient & Research Facility Extension’ at St. James’s Hospital completed in 2013. James has particular experience of working in a ‘live’ hospital environment having also been a senior member of the team responsible for the design & delivery of the 4 storey extension to Blackrock Clinic which was completed in September 2010.