Name : Martin McCauley Company : Hamilton Architects Position : Architectural assistant Role : Martin has joined Hamilton Architects to work on large healthcare projects and to assist in those projects which are in the planning stages. Track record : Martin qualified from Queen’s University Belfast with a BSc in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture in 2006.
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