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feargal doyle

feargal doyle

New York, NY, US

 

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About 

Originally from Dublin Ireland, I now live in New York.

I am an Architect with over 15 years of professional experience. I have worked on projects of various types in Ireland and Germany.

The most recent major architectural project has been Daniel Libeskind's Theatre and Office development in Dublin Ireland, for which I acted as the main local representative for the architects.

Since completion of that project I have spent the last two years living in Thailand, during which time I focused mainly on my painting, and also was a design tutor at the faculty of Architecture, Chiang Mai University.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Studio Daniel Libeskind, Zurich, Switzerland, Architect

Project: Grand Canal Theatre and Commercial Office Development, Dublin
area approx 500,000sq.ft, budget €200 million.
Position:
• Full time Dublin representative of ADL Zurich and New York offices
• Coordination of information required through design and construction phases
between ADL team and Client, consultants, construction team.
• Coordination and issuing of tender packages
• Coordination of planning applications and compliance submissions to local
authority.
• Management of Dublin office, of 3 people.
• Regular attendance at meetings with project team, client, sub‐contractors etc.
• Preparation of monthly reports
• Preparation of fortnightly ‘action lists’ for Zurich team
• Overview and advice on statutory requirements such as building regulations, fire cert
requirements
• Preparation of statutory reports in relation to Access and Maintenance, Accessibility,
Flood Control
• Liaison with local authorities (DCC and DDDA)
• Inspecting and documenting progress on site
• Snagging, completion and issuing certificates of compliance

Mar 2007 - Apr 2010
 

HKR Architects, Dublin, Ireland, Architect

Position: team leader of group of architects (6 people), co‐ordinating project development
Projects: various commercial and residential projects from feasibility to planning stages.

Jan 2006 - Mar 2007
 

MOLA Architects, Dublin, Ireland, Site Architect

Position: Site Architect, full time site supervision, liaison with project team and construction team
Project: 2 new buildings for the Mater Hospital Dublin; a Centre for Nurses Education and
Training, and a residential Hostel building to accommodate visiting families of hospital inpatients

Jan 2005 - Jan 2006
 

Colin Bell Architect, Sligo, Ireland, Architect

Position: Senior Architect, design, coordination of team, issuing of information, supervision of
projects on site
Projects: Various projects including a nursing home, office buildings, residential
developments, housing and competitions

Jan 2001 - Dec 2004
 

Dinnebier Licht, Berlin, Germany, Architect

Position: Architectural lighting and custom design of light fittings

Jun 2000 - Dec 2000
 

Studio Daniel Libeskind, Berlin, Germany, Architect

Position: team member with responsibilities for project development, presentations, and model
making
Projects: involved in various projects in urban design, landscaping, set design, exhibition and
furniture design, and architectural competitions.

Nov 1998 - May 2000
 

Education 

Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI), Dublin, Ireland, Architecture Part 3

Architectural Part 3 qualifications - Certificate in Professional Practice and Practical Experience

Jun 2005 - Mar 2006
 

Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, Berlin, Germany, Masters, Architecture and Set Design

Two year post‐graduate course in architecture and theatre set design,
at the Kunsthochschule Berlin‐Weissensee.
This was made possible by the award of a two year scholarship, ‘The Travelling Studentship’,
by the National University of Ireland, which facilitates postgraduate study by young Irish
Architects outside of Ireland

Oct 1996 - Jun 1998
 

University College Dublin (UCD), University College Dublin, Ireland, BArch, Architecture

5 year Architectural degree course, graduated with honours level B.Arch degree.

Sep 1988 - Jun 1995
 

Awards 

Travelling Studentship in Architecture, 1st Place

A two year scholarship ‘The Travelling Studentship’,
awarded by the National University of Ireland, which facilitates postgraduate study by young Irish
Architects outside of Ireland.
I chose to do a combined two year post‐graduate course in architecture and theatre set design,
at the Kunsthochschule Berlin‐Weissensee, in Berlin Germany.

1996
 

Irish Student Drama Festival - Best Set Design, 1st Place

Best Set Design award at ISDA national festival of student drama groups,
for set design for a production of 'A Clockwork Orange' by Anthony Burgess.

1991
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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