Robert CampbellRobert Clive Campbell BSc(Hons) BArch(Hons) Dip Arch RIBA FRIAS MCIArb

With over 30 years experience, Rob has worked on a variety of projects, specialising in housing for Housing Associations, developers, local authorities and private clients.  With various official duties and positions, as well as his dispute resolution activities, he brings a depth of experience and range of skills to the management team. Rob relaxes on the golf course.

POSITION Consultant Architect.
   
QUALIFICATIONS  
1974 BSc Hons in Architecture (RIBA Part 1)
1977 Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part 2)
1979 Registered with ARCUK / ARB No. 0991 A6
1979 Member of The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS)
1979 Member of The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
2000 Fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (FRIAS)
1994-2008 Member of the Association of Planning Supervisors (MaPS)
1999-Present Accreditation in Conservation (RIAS)
1998-Present Panel of Adjudicators (RIAS)
2009-Present Panel of Experts/Mediators and Report Writers (RIAS)
June 2010 Members of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb)
   
  Robert is also an independent and experienced arbitrator, adjudicator, mediator and expert witness. He is a visiting lecturer to various Universities in the UK, an ARB, APEAS and RIBA North West Region examiner and RIAS speaker.
   
EMPLOYMENT  
2010 Consultant, Wylie Shanks Architects
2007/10 Campbell Consulting.
1991/2007 Campbell & Morris Associates
1991 Creanor Associates
1981/91 EC Riach Architects
1980/81 Common Services Agency
1978/80 Warrington New Town Development Corporation
1977/78 UKAEA (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority)
   
EXPERIENCE
  Offices (150,000 - £1.5 million)
  Non Food retail (£250,000 - £5 million)
  Hospitals/Nursing Homes (£1million - £9million)
  Social housing (new and refurbishment) (£300,000 - £17 million)
  Design and Build Developer led Housing (£500,000 - £10 million)
  Churches and Community Halls (£250,000 - £750,000)
  Listed Building and Conservation ( £150,000 - £1 million)
  Domestic extensions to housing (£25,000 - £125,000)
   
AWARDS  
2006 Best renewal project award for social housing, Oban
2002 Environbuild award for social housing , Faifley, Glasgow
1996 Lead Development Association Award for Pollokshields Burgh Halls, Glasgow
   
OFFICIAL DUTIES  
2011 Vice President, Glasgow Institute of Architects.
2010 RIAS Practices and Appointments Committee.
1996/2008 RIAS Council (Past Convenor Practice Board).
2012 Management Committee, Tollcross Housing Association
1992/1996 GIA Council (Past Convenor Practice Committee).
1988/1999 Glasgow Buildings Preservation Trust.