Kimberley Scally is a Project Architect at Paul Murphy Architects. After studying her undergraduate and master’s degree in Architecture at Robert Gordon University, Scotland, she obtained RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 with Merit. Her thesis project was nominated for the Urban Design Award in 2014 by the RIAS and A+DS.
Having gained experience working overseas in Dubai and Canada for multidisciplinary commercial practices, Kimberley later obtained her Part 3 qualification with Merit at London’s University of Westminster. Prior to joining the team at PMA, Kimberley’s experience included work in the high-end residential sector where she successfully delivered a number of projects, including the redevelopment of Grade I and II Listed buildings in Belgravia and Westminster.
Kimberley has recently successfully delivered a new £6 million wing at the RAF club in Piccadilly. Comprising new bedrooms, gymnasium, staff facilities and a business suite for members. She has excellent communication skills and is adept at managing the briefing process with multiple stakeholders.
Personally, she takes a keen interest in long distance running and completed two half marathons in 2017. She also maintains her artistic flair by hosting weekly watercolour painting sessions.