Course leader for Architectural Technology and Chartered Institute of Building Experienced Practitioner Assessed Programmes, at the University of the Highlands and Islands based at
Inverness College UHI
t: +44 (0) 1463 273811
Available to talk to the media about:
- Architectural technology
- Sustainable construction
- Planning and development
- Construction industry issues generally
As a programme leader for Inverness College UHI, Ross has significant professional experience in both design office and contracting environments and his teaching and research interests are focused around architecture, architectural technology and sustainability within the construction industry particularly in terms of the impact of construction, use of natural materials and the promotion of the built environment in a sustainable and managed way.
As Junior Vice Chair of the Chartered Institute of Building Highlands and Islands Branch he has been involved in the development of links between industry and education and training and heavily involved in the creation of the first construction related degree to be delivered in the Highlands and Islands.
Founding member of the Highland Chapter of the Scotland West Region of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists and Chair’s of the regional meetings, as well as providing Educational advice for the Scotland West Region.
Elsewhere, Ross is an active practitioner within the industry with his own architectural practice and is also a director/shareholder of a house building firm.
An investigation of the potential energy consequences of transporting building materials to the North of Scotland compared to other parts of the UK.
(UHI Growing Research Programme 2009 – on-going).