Architect - Head of Heritage & Conservation
2004 - present
"Contemporary design must be undertaken in continual dialogue with the past."
Justin joined Page\Park in 2004, after working in several practices across Scotland. He originally studied for a diploma in architecture at De Montford University in Leicester. Justin is our Head of Heritage and Conservation, and has significant experience overseeing works from small scale studies to intensive refurbishment works with high contract values.
Justin holds RIAS conservation accreditation (advanced level), and has been a member of the RIAS Conservation Committee for the past three years. Justin manages our team of researchers and conservation architects, ensuring that each project has sufficient expertise and support, and pushes forward the continual professional development of our conservation team.
Justin is particularly skilled in the project management of complex conservation works, where commercial considerations must be balanced with careful attention to detail and high quality workmanship. This was demonstrated in the successful delivery of the ambitious refurbishment of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, which was delivered on time and on budget, opening to the public in 2011. Indeed, Justin has been at the helm of most major conservation works delivered by the practice, in the last decade, and as such has a considerable network of conservation specialists and experts across Scotland and beyond.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org