Following graduation from Bolton Street College DIT in 1989 Victor practised in London and the Middle East before joining the practice in 1993, becoming an Associate Director in 1998, a Director in 2008, and RIAI member in 2011.
Victor Lowe, as both Architect and Architectural Technician, has 20years’ experience in the development of acute healthcare projects and has a highly developed knowledge and understanding of the approach and methodology required for management of projects at construction stage. He has worked at senior level on major projects such as the Limerick MWRH Phases 1 and 2; MRH Tullamore; St. Luke’s Hospital Kilkenny, Wexford General Hospital; Ennis General Hospital Phase 1 and Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe.
Victor has also successfully completed current RIAI Health and Safety and PSDP training modules and has considerable experience in Health and Safety in Design as well as PSDP on many healthcare and related projects. He has a particular interest in the resolution of the medical planning solutions with contemporary technical design and is highly regarded by clients for the skill in which he manages contracts and delivers projects.
Victor also has experience in conservation projects including the National Museum of Ireland and O’Connell Street Dublin Central Conservation Project; and also in commercial buildings, providing accommodation for the Legal Aid Board’s Refugee Legal Service and nationwide Legal Aid Board centres.