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    Andrew Ardill

    Andrew Ardill

    Andrew joined Hopkins in 2000 and was made an Associate Director in 2010. He studied Architecture at Queen's University where he received the RSUA Silver Medal for his final year project. 

    Andrew has particular expertise in large scale commercial projects, and was responsible for Dubai Gate Village, a 240,000 m² mixed-use development for the Dubai International Finance Centre which consists of a complex of ten buildings with shops, restaurants, and galleries at ground floor level.

    Andrew's varied work for the Practice has included a headquarters building for GEK in Athens, the National College for School Leadership in Nottingham, a mixed-use skyscraper project in Tokyo and a masterplan proposal for Nottingham Eastside.

     He is currently working on a heritage and conservation project for Highgate Cemetery and a new Neurological Institute for Cleveland Clinic in the US.