Find out more about why this year's Finalists have been nominated:
Róisín Ní Chatháin MCIAT
Róisín's exceptional talent and architectural ability coupled with her dedication to the profession and endless support for her fellow Architectural Technologists are just several of the reasons she has been nominated as Chartered Architectural Technologist of the Year 2020.
She is respected, admired and recognised by her peers and professionals. An exceptional Chartered Architectural Technologist with a keen eye for detail and an indepth understanding of our industry, she is also an extremely reliable colleague who can always be depended upon to carry out a job to the highest standards.
Róisín was instrumental in setting up the BPTW AT graduate and placement programme, overseeing and mentoring individual ATs and demonstrating a strong commitment to the profession and promotion of CIAT. Róisín has integrated BIM into BPTW's worflows, she is passionate about research and development and is always at the forefront of the legislation changes and advancements in design technology.
David Comiskey MCIAT
David's passion for Architectural Technology is infectious. He exhibits all that is good in the profession and is an exemplary ambassador and role model for any aspiring Chartered Architectural Technologist. His contribution to the advancement of the discipline in relation to research, teaching and civic engagement has been nothing short of transformational, including:
undertaking pioneering research related to technology assisted inspection
driving innovation in the pedagogy of Architectural Technology
raising awareness of mental wellbeing within the Architectural Technology student, graduate and early career community
inspiring the next generation of Architectural Technologists