Director and Healthcare Architect
BA (Hons) Dip. Arch Dip RIBA
Steve has over 17 years’ experience in healthcare projects with particular expertise in strategic and master planning, user group consultation and concept design development. He has a particular interest in CAD/ BIM standards as well as document production.
Over the past seven years, Steve has managed or directed a specialised health team delivering a large number of complex and challenging projects varying from aged care facilities to projects within the primary care and acute healthcare sectors.
Out of work interests are life drawing, DIY and studying the benefits of eating chocolate!
Tim joined Bowman Riley Architects in April 2010. His previous experience was predominantly in the Healthcare sector in the Yorkshire and Humberside region, where until recently he was a Director in a healthcare architects practice.
His experience as an architect also encompasses work in the blue light sector, project management and conservation.
Samantha joined the Practice in 2011 with 10 years’ experience of marketing in the construction industry having previously worked for Turner & Townsend and Atkins. She works alongside the directors to provide marketing, communications and business development expertise. Samantha enjoys the arts, cycling, travel and is an advanced scuba diver.
Jonathan works in a technical capacity facilitating the delivery of a wide range of architectural projects and driving the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) software. He is a part of the ThinkBIM network and the Leeds Revit User Group.
Jonathan involved in the proposed pilot of an Integrated Health Model, which investigates the customisation of BIM specifically for the healthcare sector.
Outside of work, Jonathan enjoys watching rugby league and playing badminton.
Senior Architectural Technician
Andrew has considerable experience in the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Revit software to produce architectural models on a wide variety of projects with contract values ranging from £5 million to £60 million. He works with external consultants sharing BIM information for the overall benefit of the project.
Andrew has developed in-house best practice protocols for the use of Revit and produced standard templates. He is actively involved with the Bowman Riley BIM steering group, set up to facilitate the use of BIM in line with industry standards and clients’ expectations.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys mountain biking and walking.
Tim Robertshaw Architectural Technologist
Tim has provided technical expertise on a range of healthcare developments including neurological care, palliative care and treatment for serious illnesses facilities. He has also delivered specialist residential accommodation for adults and children with complex disabilities.
In his leisure time, Tim enjoys spending time with his family, undertaking DIY projects and has a keen interest in classic and high performance cars.