Jeremy graduated from Portsmouth School of Architecture in 1999. He has also gained a year’s study in urban master planning from RWTH Aachen University Germany in 1997. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, he has worked with companies such as Taylor Architects, Keogan Architects, JNP Architects and Todd Architects. He joined C+W O’Brien Architects in 2017. At our offices, he oversees a variety of projects and keeps up-to-date with CPD and Health and Safety.
He has extensive experience in private practice, coordinating a broad range of projects from €150K to €80M including commercial & residential projects. In the public sector, he has worked in education, health, tourism, leisure and corporate office fit-out projects. With experience in PPP projects, Jeremy has worked within International Team bids, such as The National Concert Hall Ireland, the refurbishment and extension with the Internationally recognized ‘Jean Nouvelles’ Architectural Practise in France.
Jeremy also collaborated with ‘Richard Murphy’s’ Edinburgh Architectural practice on an award-winning Residential Development in the West of Ireland. He has also been leading Architectural design on many competition Tender winning bids, such as the most recent bid for the €60M ‘Dublin City Council’, consolidated ‘North City Service Depot’.
He has achieved an RIAI award recognition for large, medium and small scaled projects. He has publications by the RIAI Architectural Magazine in the education, residential, tourism, leisure and religious buildings
He has achieved an RIAI award recognition for large, medium and small scaled projects. He has publications by the RIAI Architectural Magazine in the education, residential, tourism, leisure and religious buildings.