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Sam Cooper Accreditation as Conservation Architect + E2 Team News



After more than 20 years working on and in listed and historically significant buildings and conservation areas our director Sam Cooper has submitted for accreditation as an RIBA Conservation Architect. Sam attended the four day intensive course at RIBA Portland Place and has condensed a career of experience and knowledge into a 64 page dossier to present to the Assessment Panel






After more than 20 years working on and in listed and historically significant buildings and conservation areas our director Sam Cooper has submitted for accreditation as an RIBA Conservation Architect. Sam attended the four day intensive course at RIBA Portland Place and has condensed a career of experience and knowledge into a 64 page dossier to present to the Assessment Panel.

A Conservation Architect is defined by the RIBA skills matrix as one who ‘possesses requisite knowledge and skills to perform effectively… has depth of understanding of conservation practice, principles and philosophy… is able to guide and take responsibility for others…deals with complex situations holistically’. This will put Sam in a group of approximately 270 conservation architects in the country, recognising him as an expert in the field.
E2 have also been joined by Philippa Baker, Senior Architectural Technician, and Jim Rooney is pursuing RIBA Part III qualifications at Westminster University.

There is no rest for the wicked…




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