Sheona joined the Practice in 2012 and became an Associate in 2016.
She has experience of working on projects in both the residential and education sectors, with a particular interest in end-user participation and post occupancy evaluation. This focus adds value to the schemes by ensuring community buy-in and creating buildings that successfully respond to complicated briefs. Notably, she was instrumental in detailed design and construction drawings for Holy Trinity, an award winning mixed-use project in Dalston, which features seven storeys of residential accommodation above a two level primary school.
Sheona heads up our RIBA Part 3 training group providing significant guidance to our Part 3 students. She has a lead role in our use of BIM within the Practice as one of our BIM managers as well as also having an interest in sustainable architecture and being a member of the Practice Sustainability Working Group.