Patrick Nee


Patrick studied Architecture at the Welsh School of Architecture. He joined the practice in 1989 and became a Director in 2002.


His early project experience included Bracken House in the City of London, where he ran the practice’s site office, a combined mainline and Underground station at Tottenham Court Road for the Crossrail development, and the new Westminster Underground Station for the Jubilee Line Extension. He was also the Project Director in charge of the Project Office for Portcullis House at Westminster. The first new parliamentary building for 150 years within the estate, adjacent to the Elizabeth Tower.


Patrick has overseen the completion of the Newton and Arkwright Buildings for Nottingham Trent University, the refurbishment of George Green Library at the University of Nottingham, and the reorganisation of The Henrietta Barnett School. He also was heavily involved with the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, winner of the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award in 2011.


Most recently, he has been instrumental to the completion of the first phase of the Research and Education Building at the Institute in the Park for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, along with the Science Centre at Abingdon School. He is currently working on the new 5-star Peninsula London Hotel.


Patrick has lectured and given talks to a number of Institutes and organisations, including students and members of the Architectural Association, and the Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering.