Andrew (BA Hons CMLI), is a Chartered Landscape Architect, Urban Designer and Regeneration Consultant. His 26 years’ experience, has a strong emphasis on working collaboratively and creatively, developing increasingly distinctive places which are environmentally, economically and socially sustainable.
As a Director with The Paul Hogarth Company, Andrew has been responsible for a wide range of award-winning projects across the Ireland, the UK and internationally.
Andrew is currently leading the work of the practice as Landscape Architects in the design of quaysides, parks and rural landscape associated with the €140 million Lower Lee Flood Relief project in Cork. This builds on experience in designing and delivering the transformation of Belfast’s Waterfront, which was described by OECD as being ‘representative of international best-practice’.
Following preparation of the Masterplan Andrew has led the delivery of The Wild Atlantic Way, on Ireland’s west coast. This has contributed significantly to economic growth in remote, rural communities and the region as a whole. As the longest designated driving route in the world, it is attracting new international and local visitors, welcoming them to spectacular landscapes and coastal experiences.
Andrew is a Built Environment Expert for Design Council CABE and his wide-ranging experience informs his contributions as a Chair of the Ministerial Advisory Group. In that capacity he advises the Minister for the Department for Communities on matters relating to the Architecture + Built Environment Policy for Northern Ireland.