Georgina Ward joined John McAslan + Partners in 2011 and was made Associate in 2016. Having graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture with Distinction, Georgina initially worked as part of the site supervision team for the award-winning King’s Cross Station Redevelopment before joining the Culture and Education team. Georgina has since carried out Project Architect and Associate roles on predominantly education projects, including projects at St Paul’s Girls' School and phase one of the Lancaster University Health Innovation Campus. Georgina is currently working on the National Collections Facility for the National Galleries of Scotland.
Georgina has extensive experience in leading and managing multi-stakeholder involvement and consultation processes. Her previous experience includes residential and commercial projects in Edinburgh and London and she has also contributed as a freelance writer for Architectural Review.