was formed in 1992 by Andrew Nesbitt, an honours graduate in architecture
with extensive previous experience at senior management level in
private practice in Belfast. Now in the 18th year of successful
trading with many significant projects completed and with established
Quality and Environmental Management procedures in place, the practice
is structured to provide clients with a personal and professional
service and offers design and management skills in architecture
and related disciplines.
The practice is believed to be the first architectural practice in the UK to achieve registration to ISO 14001 in August 1998. The environmental management system is designed to monitor and thus influence the indirect effects of design decisions on the environmental performance of completed projects.
The purpose of the system is to encourage the implementation of best practice in all areas of sustainable design.
The practice Studio is the former lending library hall of Carnegie Building which was acquired and fully restored by the practice in 1996.
Building has been restored by Andrew Nesbitt architects to provide
new studios for the practice in the original lending library hall.
The Studio uses AutoCad and Microstation in a fully networked environment with broadband connectivity.
studies and appraisals of sites and buildings can be carried out
by the practice to enable clients to determine the optimum development
procedure to suit their objective and timescale.