Paul is a partner at Ryder, established in Newcastle in 1953 with offices across the UK, Hong Kong, Vancouver and Amsterdam. Projects range in value from £50,000 to £300m including civic, education, healthcare, infrastructure, leisure, manufacturing, office, residential, retail and science sectors. Paul completed his architectural education at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow in 1992 and with over 20 years experience in the healthcare sector, leads Ryder’s healthcare portfolio which includes the award winning, Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. In 2006 he established Ryder’s Glasgow team and led the early development of the Hong Kong team. Prior to joining Ryder, he worked with Terry Farrell for 11 years in London and Hong Kong and has spoken around the world on sustainable healthcare design.