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Graham Hall

Position: Associate Director - Birmingham

Management Team

Graham originally joined Associated Architects for four years in 2001 and following a break of three years, returned in 2008 as a Senior Architect. He was promoted to Associate Director in 2017.

He undertook his architectural training at the University of Portsmouth and the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design at Birmingham City University.

Graham brings a wealth of experience to Director James Hall’s team, having designed and delivered projects in numerous sectors. In recent years he has been influential in delivering multiple schemes for the University of Warwick, in particular the new Warwick Business School and is currently leading a scheme for the University of Oxford. Within the residential and mixed-use sectors, he has delivered Deptford Foundry for Anthology and a large scheme in Canning Town, London, comprising retail, hotel and underground parking.

Graham is also responsible for the day to day running of the office, including overseeing maintenance and building control.

Current and Recent Projects

Global Health Building, University of Oxford: £20m new build office and research facility designed to Passivhaus standards and targeting Zero Carbon

Enterprise Wharf, Birmingham: The 11,100sq.m building for Bruntwood SciTech will offer contemporary, flexible office space with a roof garden for technology-focussed tenants, set within our Birmingham Knowledge Quarter Masterplan

Deptford Foundry, London: Mixed use development for developer Anthology, comprising retail units and 314 apartments across multiple blocks including a 22-storey tower in a mix of private, shared ownership and affordable specifications, £75m

Hallsville Quarter Phase II, Canning Town, London: The second phase of a residential-led mixed use development in Canning Town for Bouygues to include homes, below-ground car parking, retail units, and a hotel, £60m


Cocoa Works, York: Conversion of the former Rowntree’s chocolate factory into 279 homes ranging from studios to three-bedroomed apartments, including envelope energy upgrades and a rooftop extension, £45m

Ardingly College Sixth Form Boarding House and Pre-School, Ardingly: Boarding house for 110 sixth form students

Bromley Campus, London South East Colleges: Masterplan, new buildings and extensions for the College’s largest campus

Greenwich Campus, London South East Colleges, London: A new BREEAM Outstanding scheme to replace existing facility, phased to allow the College to remain open during demolition/construction

Junction Works, Birmingham: Transformation of a derelict canal-side listed Victorian building into an arts hub

Southwell Building Extension, University of Oxford: New build extension to an existing heavy research facility, £4m

Business School, University of Warwick: Extension to provide additional office and teaching space using best sustainable practice, achieving BREEAM Excellent and an A EPC rating, £15m

Mathematical Sciences Building, University of Warwick: New teaching and faculty building that utilised low and zero carbon engineering solutions, £18m

The Slate Conference Centre, University of Warwick: A new multi functional conference centre, designed as pavilion projecting over the campus lake providing an exemplar events and dining space, £5.6m

Mathematical Sciences University of Warwick