27 employed architects, 11% female architects, =89th position in 2014
After a challenging couple of years the fortunes of the Northern Irish practice are ‘turning the corner’, says TODD director Peter Minnis. With offices in Belfast, London and Dublin the firm, which has now reconfigured into director-led studios, continues to work in the healthcare, commercial and education sectors. Having acquired aviation specialist McAlister Armstrong & Partners, the company has branched out into this sector and has been appointed to work on major extensions on the East and West Terminals at Bristol International Airport. Minnis adds that in the year ahead the aim is to take advantage of the improving commercial market in Northern Ireland and the Republic and build on the foothold it has established in London.