Curriculum Vitae

 

Name: Barry Francis Maguire
RIBA Chartered member id: 11186234

Arb registration no.074820J
Mob: 0772 444 55 68    E: barrymaguire@live.co.uk

Education
QueensUniversityBelfast2007 – 2008
QueensUniversityBelfast2004 – 2006
QueensUniversityBelfast2001 – 2003

Qualifications
2008 Certificate in Professional Practice & Practical experience
2006 Ba Hon. Architecture with distinction
2003 BSc Hon. Architecture 2:1
2001 / 02: C & G Site Surveying and Levelling
2000 / 01: C & G 4351 CAD – Two-dimensional drafting using AutoCAD
C & G 435103 CAD 3D Advanced course, 3D AutoCAD at ETCFHE

Professional experience
September 2014 – Current – AECOM, Belfast
March 2014 – September 2014, White Ink, Belfast
April 2013 – March 2014ADP LLP Birmingham Studio
Jan 2012 – May 2013 – Lyons Sleeman Hoare architects, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire.
September 2009 – May 2011, Part time 1st year undergraduate tutor at QUB
October 2006 – February 2009 MacGabhann architects, Letterkenny
May 2006 – October 2006 Kennedy Fitzgerald & associates
Sep 2005- December 2005QueensUniversityBelfastRIBA Part 1, Studio Tutor
May 2005 – September 2005 MacGabhann architects, Letterkenny
November 2003 – August 2004 Leighton Johnston Associates
June – November 2003 Bradley McClure Architects, (Part 1 RIBA)
June – September 2002 4Sight VR 3D modelling & Visualization
Sep 2000 – September 2001 JA Kelly MBIAT

Awards
QUB teaching awards 2010 awarded to Professor Ruth Morrow, Dr Sarah Lappin and the 1st year Design Studio Team
NPLQ – National Pool Lifeguard Qualification

Research
Voluntary research into architecture and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Publication
Peer reviewed conference paper
“Threshold In School – As Event And Place For The Autism Spectrum Disorder Pupil.”
McAllister, K & Maguire, B. Accepted for presentation and publication by the Environmental Design Research Association, at EDRA42, Chicago, 25-28 May 2011
Conference contributions
“The Autism Spectrum Disorder Classroom Design Kit – Lessons For Architects’
McAllister, K & Maguire, B. Accepted for presentation to the Environmental Design Research Association, at EDRA42,Chicago, 25-28 May 2011

Community Groups
Square Wheels Cycling Club
Member of the Ballysaggart Environmental Group
Member of the Dungannon Arts Forum

Design approach
Sketching, model making and 3D visualisation are important tools in my design process. This has developed further though my progress in BIM Management & Coordination on both large commercial and domestic scale projects..

Career aspirations
I aim for an opportunity for personal development and career progression, with a positive working relationship and healthy attitude to work-life balance.

CAD skills

Revit 5 yrs
Navisworks 2 yrs
Dynamo 6 months
ArchiCAD 8 yrs
AutoCAD 16 yrs
Autodesk Viz 12 yrs
3D Studio Max 12 yr
Photoshop CS 16 yrs
Illustrator 11 yrs
In-Design 12 yrs
Vectorworks 8 yrs

Referees

Stephen Atkins,
Lyon Sleeman Hoare Ltd,
Nero Brewery,
Cricket Green,
Hartley Wintney,
Hampshire, RG27 8QA,
T +44 (0) 1252 844144
E steveatkins@lsharch.co.uk

Andy O’Dwyre
Interserve Construction Limited,
395 George Road,
Erdington,
Birmingham,
Midlands
B23 7RZ
T +44 (0)121 344 4888
E: andy.odwyer@interserve.com