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    Angus McDougall

    Angus McDougall
    Project Architect

    Angus joined Hopkins in 2012 following his studies at Oxford Brookes University and was made a Project Architect in 2020.

    Angus has been involved with a number of the practice's international projects, overseeing the delivery of two unique visitor centres on environmentally and historically sensitive sites; the Buhais Geology Museum, set amongst an extensive necropolis containing burial sites from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, and containing exhibits, immersive theatre, café and a site trail; and the Al Qurum Turtle Sanctuary, a visitor and conservation centre set into a protected coastal nature reserve in Sharjah.

    More recently Angus has been working on a project for Highgate Cemetery looking at how to improve visitor access and facilities.