Paul Doherty Architect is a native of Co. Donegal.

He initially studied Architectural Technology for 3 years at DIT, so it was a natural progression to then study Architecture at DIT (a further 4 years). He attained an Honours Degree, and went on to study for 2 further years so as to receive Professional Qualification (membership of the RIAI).

He then spent 5 years post qualification in a progressive and busy Dublin Practice, before returning to his native Donegal to set up Practice and Home.

Paul has headed up a busy Practice in Donegal town since 1997 employing up to 11 Architects and Technologists. Paul is an Assigned Assessor, a qualified Health & Safety Designer, and a Fire Technology practitioner.

 

 

 

Anna Meehan Architect, native of Co. Wicklow, studied Architecture at DIT qualifying in 1992, and then a  further 2 years post qualification for professional accreditation - membership of the RIAI.

Anna began her Architectural Journey in a busy Dublin Practice, working mainly on large scale Commercial and Hospitality projects, in Ireland, France and Germany.        

Moving to Donegal in 199, Anna worked for 4 years at the local authority Architectural dept. in Lifford: specialising in Urban renewal and Housing Design projects. 

Since 2001 Anna is in private practice with Paul Doherty Architects & has been teaching part-time on the Architectural Technology & The Sustainable Construction Management degree courses at LYIT, specializing in Low Energy Building, since 2008. 

Anna is an Assigned Assessor, qualified Passive House Designer and BER assessor.