Howard Riley

  • Architectural Technician
  • London

Howard is an architectural technician at Populous. He has been involved in the redevelopment and interior refurbishment of Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, as well as the masterplanning of Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and its housing development, which involved several construction packages on the stadium. Following this he was involved in redesigning the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon, which included a complete interior revamp.

More recently he worked on the London 2012 Olympic Overlay and Olympic Stadium, which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies and all the track and field events. His primary role was designing the infrastructure needed to hold events at the hockey venue and the handball arena.

Howard did his architectural apprenticeship with a firm of architects based in London while attending Richmond upon Thames College, where he completed his ONC/HNC in Building Construction in 1985. Before joining Populous in 2001, Howard was employed by several London-based architectural practices where he worked on a range of projects including hotels, apartments, resorts, office fit-outs and pub refurbishments.

Howard also worked on the Lord’s Cricket Ground Warner Stand redevelopment and the Olympic Stadium Transformation, where he learnt the benefits of BIM through Revit. He is currently working on a major football stadium project in the UK.

Howard is an architectural technician at Populous. He has been involved in the redevelopment and interior refurbishment of Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, as well as the masterplanning of Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and its housing development, which involved several construction packages on the stadium. Following this he was involved in redesigning the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon, which included a complete interior revamp.

More recently he worked on the London 2012 Olympic Overlay and Olympic Stadium, which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies and all the track and field events. His primary role was designing the infrastructure needed Read More »

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