Summary of Professional Experience
Before starting out as a private practitioner in 1997 Roderick Ogilvy worked for eight years as a Conservation Architect with English Heritage responsible for planning and directing conservation works to Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the care of English Heritage in Yorkshire, Humberside Lancashire Cheshire and Cumbria. Responsible for commissioning and managing consultant architects acting on behalf of English Heritage.
On the panel of Architects approved by the Carlisle Diocesan Advisory Committee for works to churches.
|1987||Received, on behalf of Cumbria County Council, the Stone Federation Awards Highly Commended award for a three year programme of conservation work to the Grade I Listed Nisi Prius Court, Carlisle.|
|1995||Received on behalf of English Heritage the Stone Federation Award for Restoration 1995, for stone replacement and repairs to the south transept chapel arch at Roche Abbey. Roche Abbey is a Scheduled Ancient Monument in the care of English Heritage.|
- Corporate Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects – Membership No. 7479767
- Registered Architect, Architect registration Board – Registration Number 043358F
- Architect Accredited in Building Conservation
- Member of the Institute of Historic Buildings Conservation
- Registered as an Architect with the Architects Registration Board (formerly the Architects Registration Council of the United Kingdom) since 1976
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Architectural Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1969)
- Bachelor of Architecture (Hons.) - University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1972)
- Certificate of Advanced European Studies - College of Europe, Brugge, Belgium, Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings (1979 )