Senior Conservation Architect

Adrian Pearson

BA(Hons), DipArch, RIBA(SCA), AABC

I joined BTP from my previous practice in March 2020 bringing over 25 years of experience in the conservation and re-use of listed and historic buildings at the highest level. My experience ranges from humble church repairs to large scale regeneration projects. This has fostered a pragmatic methodology approach which has full regard for the philosophical and intellectual discipline but is tempered with a realistic appreciation of the more prosaic real world issues of cost and sustainability.

My expertise has been recognised through several award-winning projects and I was the recipient of the prestigious King of Prussia medal in 2016 for the ongoing conservation work at St James Church, New Brighton. My current workload involves challenging projects at Beaumaris Castle for Cadw and for the reordering and extension of the Grade I listed St Peters Church in Congleton.

I also sit on the Diocesan Advisory Committee at Manchester Diocese and work as a peer assessor for both the AABC and RIBA conservation accreditation registers register which has allowed me to influence and promote the consuming need for rigour and quality in the conservation sector.

Outside of work I enjoy family holidays and long walks with our Airedale Terrier, Sacha.

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