Matthew first joined LSI Architects in 2004 as a trainee architectural technologist after working for a small practice specialising in residential developments. Since then he has worked for LSI with an 18-month break following the completion of his part-time course at Anglia Ruskin.
The projects he has contributed to at LSI vary widely in value and complexity, and cover the primary health, acute health, data centre and education sectors, the latter including UTCs for Norfolk and Peterborough, both in procurement through a D&B route, and an Education Centre for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust at Cley. His experience with acute health commissions and a £60M Data Centre provided significant exposure to projects dependent upon successful integration of services and structures, and close liaison with clients and user groups.
He is an integral part of the design team originally offering technical support and now playing a more senior role as lead technologist and job runner. As a member of LSI’s CAD forum, he has an active role developing BIM technologies and processes in the studios.