Man Him Ho
BSc (Hons) PgDip ARB
Having joined the practice 17 years ago as a Part II student, Man Him Ho, from our Glasgow office, has seen his career grow from strength to strength as he continues to design and deliver significant projects in Scotland.
“From the drawings and sketches to the official handover. I love seeing the journey a project takes, working with a range of clients to bring a vision to life.”
Throughout his career, Man Him has gained invaluable experience working on various project types, from primary schools and secondary schools to defence projects. He is passionate about supporting a project through its entire lifecycle and delivering above and beyond a client’s aspirations.
Man Him’s successful track record of meeting and exceeding his client’s needs is down to his impeccable ability to forge meaningful relationships with the people he works with, to ensure a positive project outcome.
A collaborator, he enjoys meeting new people and working alongside a talented team in Scotland to create spaces with heart that fulfil the needs of his clients and the people he works with. This helps him to shape the very best environment for young people to thrive and genuinely enjoy their educational experience.
Alongside his design skills, Man Him has extensive BIM and Revit knowledge and is the office’s BIM Manager. Looking ahead, he will continue to support his Glasgow colleagues in the design of safe and smart projects that set a benchmark in sustainability in the country.
Outside of the office, Man Him enjoys keeping active and regularly attends the gym.
Replacement Woodmill and St Columba's High Schools
Inspiring better learning and nurturing future talent in a development set to be the UK’s largest Passivhaus education buildings.
Designed for 1,450 pupils, it accommodates the needs of everyone. Providing safe and flexible education spaces, it is a major centre of learning for pupils, staff and the wider community.
Answering the call for an innovative yet simple campus with a STEM focus, recognising the importance of better skills for the local community, to promote and offer skills pathways for future jobs.